Bringing Yourself to Work: A Guide to Successful Staff Development in After-school Programs
This groundbreaking professional development book outlines the support and skills staff need to increase self-awareness, sustain healthy relationships, and improve group dynamics. Building on the latest research in emotional intelligence, relational theory, and group relations, this hands-on guide includes activities, a self-assessment tool, and advice for dealing with issues commonly faced by staff, such as learning how to respond to difficult situations with colleagues, children, and patients.
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Bringing Yourself to Work l
Becoming More SelfAware
The Importonce of Relotionships ond Connection
The Benefits of Connection
Being d Member of d Group
Making Change Happen in Your Program
Self Assessment Tool
Challenges and Opportunities 21
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