Workshop – 'Collaboration by Design: Intentionally Guiding Groups Through the Collaborative Process'

When: November 22, 2019 8:00am to 10:00am

"Collaboration" is one of those buzzwords that pepper job descriptions, vision statements, and strategic plans, but what does it actually entail? In many common higher education settings, we assume that leaders and group members will just intuit what collaboration is and how to make it happen. However, guiding a group in a collaborative process is a skill that needs to be developed so that it happens thoughtfully, purposefully, and intentionally.

In this workshop, Kasi Kiehlbaugh, director for health sciences design, and Tom Murray, director for professional development in Student Success and Retention Innovation, will help participants understand the collaborative mindset and learn the steps to effective collaboration.

Breakfast will be included.

Options for getting to the new Health Sciences Innovation Building:

  • Use the pedestrian underpass at Warren Avenue
  • Take the streetcar to the northern terminus at Warren Avenue
  • Park at the Highland or Health Sciences Garages
  • Take the Purple or Green lines of the CatTran to the northern terminus on Drachman Street

Audience: UA Community
Audience size: Large (101-500)

Where

Campus: Main Campus

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Contact info & links

Contacts

Tom Murray Student Success & Retention Innovation

Requests for disability-related accommodations should be directed to the event's primary contact: Tom Murray