Webinars and Trainings
Professional Development Webinar as Part of Kansas Health Foundation Grant
With help from a Kansas Health Foundation Grant and Southeast Kansas community partners, Wichita State University's Community Engagement Institute has provided two personal/professional development webinars to explore at your leisure.
Working Across Factions - Webinar Worksheet
We all work with people in some way! In this session, participants will explore working across factions. Factions are individuals or groups of people who have some shared values. When working on projects, programs and issues that have community wide impact, it is important to not only consider who those factions are, but what are their values and culture and how do you more effectively work across those groups to make progress.
Please complete this survey: https://bit.ly/35ckz4y
Clear Purpose & Engaging Unusual Voices - Webinar Worksheet
Who is around the table and for what purpose? Having a clear purpose might be one of the most important starting points when engaging in coalition work. Individuals and organizations have their own purpose and can at times come together to make progress on something that is shared. But you can’t do it with only the people you already know, taking a look around the table and identifying unusual voices to add to the conversation will be the catalyst for making true progress on those complex challenges your community faces. In this session, participants will explore ideas related to purpose, making conscious choices and engaging unusual voices and what that means for your coalition and the work you do.
Please complete this survey: https://bit.ly/2L7zgPA
Selling Your Meat Direct to Consumers - Collaboration with Pitt-State SBDC- Webinar
Webinar Agenda- June 11, 2020 6-7pm
Introduction: Frances Graves, K-State Research and Extension (<5 min)
Processing Requirements: Mike Fink, Kansas Dept. of Ag (10-15 min)
Business Set-up: Dacia Clark, SBDC (10-15 min)
Marketing your Product Online: Mindy Lee / SBDC (10-15 min)
Live Q&A with webinar presenters and K-State Research and Extension Agents (5-10 min)