This webinar will help early childhood leaders understand the developmental approach to supervision which supports the engagement of staff to serve as mentors for others. With change as a constant within the early childhood program environment, this is an excellent opportunity to engage staff with additional purpose to assist others.
This webinar will assist early childhood leaders understand ways to use authority to influence and empower others to lead. While the pandemic has created many challenges—this has also provided opportunities for staff members to step up and take on roles that they may not have embraced in the past. Explore strategies to recognize and engage staff to continue building leadership capacity within the early childhood program.
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.
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.