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The Art of Dialogue: Collaboration in Public Health Preparedness

June 19, 2007. In this one-hour Hot Topics webinar, Daniel Martin, PhD, proposes that dialogue is the glue that holds the elements of preparedness together. In fact, it is often the missing link in a process where connection and collaboration are critical.

Quick Facts

Topics: Communication, Leadership & Management, Emergency Preparedness & Disasters

Format: Webinar

Time: 1 hour

Cost: Free

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Description

Preparedness means developing the readiness to respond to emergencies with creativity and flexibility. The more complex the challenge, the more creative the response needs to be. But how can we develop this kind of readiness? In this one-hour Hot Topics webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, Daniel Martin, PhD, proposes that dialogue is the glue that holds the elements of preparedness together. In fact, it is often the missing link in a process where connection and collaboration are critical.

Air date: June 19, 2007

Learning Objectives

  • A "taste" of Dialogue
  • An appreciation of its relevance to public health preparedness
  • Some ideas on its application to the preparedness process

Intended Audience

Leadership Teams seeking to think strategically and be prepared for the future; Preparedness coordinators; Public health Nursing leaders; Tribal health leaders; Preparedness planners; Community organizers

Slides

Quick Facts

Topics: Communication, Leadership & Management, Emergency Preparedness & Disasters

Format: Webinar

Time: 1 hour

Cost: Free

Presenter

Daniel Martin, PhD, is founder and director of Cross River Connexions (CRC), which offers training and consulting in the field of personal, organizational and social change through the art of Dialogue, which he defines as skilled interaction for creative outcomes. A native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Dr. Martin was educated in Ireland, Italy, and the US. He worked in Kenya for a number of years before moving to the US in 1984. In this country he has been a director of an institute for global issues, a religious consultant to the UN Environment Program, a speaker and retreat leader in the field of ecology and spirituality/ethics, and a consultant to many organizations.

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