SL Community Foundation to host special session on constructive meetings

SEELEY LAKE — Have you ever been to a frustrating meeting? Want to know how to create meetings that actually get things done? This week-night session will be interesting and action-packed!

The Seeley Lake Community Foundation (SLCF) is bringing nationally recognized trainer Shannon Stober to Seeley Lake to present an evening session called ‘Tips for Constructive Meetings’. This short, useful, and free session will help participants receive an overview of how to properly plan and deliver constructive meetings. Specific topics include designing the agenda, facilitating the meeting and how to interrupt unproductive behaviors.

SLCF Executive Director Claire Muller says, “Shannon Stober is a world-class teacher and presenter. She packs a knowledge punch. She leads her participants through the frameworks she introduces so smoothly that you feel like you’ve always understood the material deep in your gut but now you can finally SEE how it all fits together and makes sense.”

The SLCF is excited to support local groups and grow the resources of our community by offering this technical training. This training will be helpful for people who find themselves in a coordinating role for events, activities, and organizations/ businesses, or who just want to learn about this important topic. This training will not cover Roberts Rules of Order, or any of the meeting requirements for publicly-elected Boards. Montana State University Extension provides excellent free trainings on these topics.

Stober, the founder of Jump Start Training and Development, is a nationally recognized trainer, facilitator, and coach whose work is known for creating passionate leaders, impressive teams and elevated performance in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

The training will be held in the West Wing of the Foundation Building on Tuesday, May 23, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.. The Foundation Building is located at 3150 MT Hwy 83 in downtown Seeley Lake. Zooming in is available.

Please RSVP to the SLCF at info@slcfmt.org or (406) 677-3506.

The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit that engages philanthropy, provides leadership, and enhances the quality of life and economic vitality of the Seeley Lake area.

 

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