Friday, July 29, 2011

Weekly Recap and the Biggest Workshop of My Life

Today marks the end of a fortunate week for me. It began on Monday with a trip to Dublin, Georgia, where I presented two workshops for the Fairview Park Hospital Leadership Team. The first class, an Emergenetics Overivew, took place in the morning. I presented Playing Nice in the Sandbox in the afternoon session. Forty-five employees signed up for the all day event.

Yesterday was also a full day for me. It began in the morning with a one hour leadership workshop for the Central High School Red Devil Regiment Marching Band. This may have been the biggest workshop of my life because my youngest daughter is a ninth grade flute player in the band. She was a little hesitant about me being there, so I became a little nervous, too. Okay, I was a lot nervous. That is why I filled my whole day on Wednesday putting the finishing touches on the workshop. I wanted her to be proud of her daddy. I would like to think that I was able to reach the students. I know one thing—I had a blast.

Yesterday afternoon I presented a four-hour Emergenetics workshop at the Pastoral Institute’s quarterly Coaching Series. If you haven't been through this program, I strongly recommend it. John Adams, Co-Director, Turner Ministry Resource Center, does a fantastic job in coordinating these workshops.

That is all for this week. I might take Saturday off and not post anything but I will blog on Sunday to begin the week.

Have a great weekend!

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