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Supervisors' Workshop - Winston-Salem
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Supervisors' Workshop - Winston-Salem

2016 Supervisors' Workshop: We are excited to offer a whole new slate of speakers for 2016. The workshop is for any and all supervisors in the field of park and recreation. The first session will be led by Ken Hisler and will focus on leadership and supervision. After lunch, Phil Fleischmann will present on ways to motivate your team. To close out the day Rob Smith will lead an interactive workshop on the art of asking questions. Hosted By Winston-Salem Parks & Recreation - More details below.

8/23/2016
When: August 23rd
8:30 AM
Where: Miller Park Recreation Center
400 Leisure Lane
Winston-Salem, North Carolina  27103
United States
Presenter: NC Recreation and Park Association and Hosted by Winston-Salem Parks and Recreation
Contact: Matt Carusona
9198325868


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Continuing on the success of last year’s Supervisors' Workshop we are excited to offer a whole new slate of speakers for 2016.  Cost is $55 for NCRPA members, lunch is included and attendees will earn up to 0.4 ceus. All three sessions will be very interactive and engaging! If you attended the March supervisors' workshop in Wilson this is the same program. We will have a new slate of speakers in the winter. Refund Policy 

9:00am-9:30am – Check In/Registration (No registration will be taken on site)

9:30am-12:00pm – Session - 1 
Leadership and Supervision
Ken Hisler - Recreation Superintendent, Raleigh Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources
Introduce the fundamentals, principles and interrelationship of management, supervision, and leadership; to provide practical applications and to motivate the student to improve their supervisory and leadership skills. 0.2 ceus

12:00pm-12:30pm – Lunch - included with registration

12:30pm-1:45pm – Session 2 - 0.1 ceus
Motivating Your Team
Phil Fleischmann, CPRE - Community Recreation Services Division Manager, Greensboro Parks & Recreation
Does your team need that little “push” to get them through the season? Learn about the reasons why it’s important to recognize your staff and volunteers and discuss ideas on cost effective ways to do so.  Session will include a discussion on theories of motivation as well as strategies to meet the motivational needs of your staff. Come prepared to share your best, tested staff motivation ideas and success stories with attendees!

2:00pm – 3:15pm – Session 3 – 0.1 ceus
The Inquisitive Supervisor
Rob Smith. CPRP - Assistant Director, Garner Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources
My grandfather taught me that the person who knows how will always have a job, and inevitably, the person who knows why will be their supervisor. In this session, we will explore the art of asking questions. From open ended inquiries to carefully crafted follow ups, effective questioning can become one of a supervisors most powerful tools. 

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