Ombuds Professional Development in Savannah in June

by International Ombudsman Association

Kennesaw State will host a two-day ombuds workshop in Savannah on June 4th & 5th.

Based on feedback from last year's participants, we've developed an agenda with experienced ombuds professionals delivering each session:

  1. Strategies for Raising Concerns about Abrasive Behavior in Organizations
    led by Kirsi Aulin, University of Colorado at Boulder

  2. Demystifying Ombuds Work by Presenting Data for Impact
    led by Lisa Yamagata-Lynch, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville

  3. The 2020 Survey: Insights and Implications for Contemporary Practice
    led by Jennifer Schneider, Univ. of South Florida & Timothy Hedeen, Kennesaw State Univ.

  4. A cooperatively-designed "unconference" for participants to engage around their most pressing topics and interests

Information on registration and lodging can be found at direct any inquiries about these logistics to Ellen Lahtinen at elahtine [at] kennesaw [dot] edu or 470-578-6115. We are of course monitoring public health communications, and will notify registrants of any changes promptly!

Please forward this announcement to anyone who might be interested, and please don't hesitate to contact Tim with any questions, suggestions, or concerns: tkhedeen [at] kennesaw [dot] edu or 470-578-6879.

Hope to see you in Savannah!

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