Register for Person Centered Thinking and Practices for Senior Leadership on Eventbrite -- November 15th


Session One at 10 AM EST

Session Two 2 PM EST

Person Centered Thinking and Practices for Senior Leadership


There is a popular myth that Person Centered Practices are only to be used for people who use our services. 

We need to change this thinking to realize that the use of Person Centered Practices within our organizations can lead to strengthen the work we do and how we work together.  As Leaders, we have developed ways to do our work.  The question is , however, do we get the results and buy in we desire? The use of PCT skills and concepts create the opportunity for those in Leadership roles to look at how we approach our work currently and ways to do things a little differently.  Perhaps there is a need to move from a “Power Over” approach with those we supervise to a “Power With” approach.  Maybe we need to have ways to listen better and act on what we hear.  Is there a need to improve clarity of expectations and accountability?  These are things many organizations find challenging.  PCT skills can create a framework used to support a culture shift to one that promotes Partnership, Accountability and Learning within the organization. 

Come join Bob Sattler for a 2-hour session on discovering how to use Person Centered Practices to support and strengthen your entire organization.

SDA empowers and supports the systems and organizations that support people to learn how to effectively listen to each person, change their structures and processes based on what they learn, work in effective partnerships with other agencies and make the best use of the resources available.

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Tanya Richmond shares "I recently had the opportunity and honor to talk about person centered practices and person centered services and supports in the US. The best part was getting to interview my friend, Kenneth Giannotti and Heather LaTorra of Marrakech, Inc. The links for both Spotify and Apple Podcasts are below. In addition to being one of the best friends a person could have, Kenny is also insightful about what makes for a good life and how person centered practices helps those in support roles listen for what matters most. I'd be delighted if you'd listen to our podcast.

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