Webvent

Overcoming Challenging Classroom Behaviors

Monday, June 11, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Carrie Addington, Facilitator, ATD

Your materials are ready. Your technology has been tested. You’ve practiced the material inside and out. No matter how prepared you may feel, there can always be a participant who challenges you in unexpected ways. You need to be ready to pivot at every turn, regardless of what challenging behavior presents itself. This webcast will focus on a variety of difficult behaviors and how to welcome a participant’s energy without indulging it. We’ll walk through a comprehensive look at the classroom environment and identify facilitation techniques to manage in the moment without compromising learning. You will come away with a unique approach to handling challenging classroom behaviors that starts with focusing on your own triggers and fears.

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Carrie Addington
Carrie Addington

Facilitator, ATD

Carrie Addington is an internal ATD Facilitator. She is a down-to-earth educator and people development coach with a passion for delivering effective communication solutions with a spirited energy. As a business consultant and educator for the past 10 years, Carrie has worked with a wide variety of business segments including retail, beauty, education, and nonprofits, and has worked with C-level executives, directors, managers, and high potentials. She has experience designing and delivering customized management and self-development programs, including personal coaching on strategy and communication. She has delivered training on key business management principles for small business owners through Bumble and Bumble University in New York, deemed the “Harvard of Hair” by the Harvard Business Review, to classrooms ranging from 20 to 150 attendees. Carrie has delivered on topics ranging from energetic accountability, leadership, and great feedback to cross-generational communication, resolving conflict, and presentation skills. Carrie is a part of the coaching network with the prominent, global executive leadership and management company, The Mind Gym. She has a master of fine arts, poetry, from George Mason University and serves on the board of the American Poetry Museum in Washington, D.C. Carrie is passionate about using her love of language and the arts to work with individuals on establishing deeper connections with their daily work.


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