This webinar will help early childhood leaders understand how trauma-informed practices can support families during stressful times. Information to better support the creation and sustainment of healthy program organizational supports will be shared. This will include strategies and ideas to help families feels connected to the early childhood program.
Leadership positions are unique and most directors will agree that your first couple of years as an early childhood administrator is the most difficult. Whether you grew up within the ranks of the program or are an outsider coming in, many are not typically equipped to handle the role of director. For those who earned college degrees, as a student they learned a firm foundation in theory and practice but very little typically in the areas of human resources, marketing, and financial management. Come learn more about practical strategies to assist with the enormous list of responsibilities, share a few laughs, and learn some of the secrets from well-seasoned directors!
This webinar will assist early childhood leaders as they reel from the changing landscape of society and its impact on the program, children, families—and their own mental health. It is the purpose of this presentation to assist participants with skills and supports that strengthen not only themselves but the relationships that they have when working with the young children and their families as they care for them each day.