11 November, 2021

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In moving all our work to virtual spaces, many of us have struggled with finding engaging ways to build and sustain relationships with our peers, clients, partners, and students. This workshop provides strategies for building and strengthening relationships and connections through online platforms. We will explore tools like games, story sharing, and dialogue to cultivate joy and vulnerability in service of authentic connections. All participants will be sent a Virtual Games & Teambuilders Guide (PDF) after the training.

All of our current training offerings are currently virtual using the Zoom platform. Participants in this workshop can expect content via slides, group dialogues and interactions using the chat and breakout room features.

Date: Tuesday, November 11, 2021

Time: 1-4 pm (PT)

Training Cost: $75/person

Register online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GamesFall2021

For all questions or concerns, including accessibility and accommodation needs, please reach out to Mayra at mserna@cacej.org.

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