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Recreation Intensive: Leadership Survival Guide
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Long Beach Convention Center 0.35 CEUs Lunch is on your own
$40 CPRS member/$50 non-member by January 22, 2020 $55 CPRS member/$68 non-member after January 22, 2020 or onsite $20 Student member before or after January 22, 2020 or onsite Non-member student pays the regular non-member rate Pre-registration required due to minimum registration numbers
Who should attend?
Full time, part time and seasonal supervisors who are management staff and their programming team members in key decision-making positions within public and non-profit recreation and similar community services. Schedule: 1:00 to 2:30 Leadership the Marine Corps Way, Henry Perezalonso, CPRE 2:30 to 3:00 Escape Room in a Box—Leadership in Practice 3:00 to 3:30 Networking for Solutions Round Table Discussion 3:30 to 5:00 No Cry Zone: The Humanitarian Approach to Supervision, Kyla Brown, CPRE
Leadership the Marine Corps Way
Identify the 14 Marine Corps leadership traits and how they can be used in the Parks and Recreation profession to strengthen leadership skills and build professional credibility
Summarize the 11 Marine Corps leadership principles that if used and followed will help to develop and guide leaders
Networking Round Table
Generate ideas on when and how to use Marine Corp leadership traits in the Parks and Recreation profession to strengthen leadership skills and build professional credibility
No Cry Zone: The Humanitarian Approach to Supervision
Sharpen your supervision skills and leadership style to motivate employees in a positive and respectful way
Generate respect and foster effective communication with the tone you learn to set
Henry Perezalonso, CPRE, Recreation, Arts & Community Services Director Kyla Brown, CPRE, Assistant Director, Riverside County Regional Parks