Improving Interpretation of KAI Scores

Dr. Curt Friedel will lead this informative webinar to assist current KAI practitioners in improving the interpretation and feedback of KAI scores. Scoring procedures and techniques will be reviewed, as well as providing strategies for preventing unreliable KAI scores. This 90-minute session will include 30 minutes of time for networking with fellow KAI practitioners.

Who: KAI Practitioners & Advanced Practitioners

When: 28th April 2021, 10am-non EST, 4-6pm BST

How much: Early bird discount: $75 (before April 9th)
Regular price: $95

 

Registration closes on Tuesday 27th April

Unreliable Scores – how to give feedback & how to reduce their occurrence

What Dr Curt Friedel will cover:

 
Presentation 1: How to give feedback on suspect scores, with Q&A

Facilitated breakout sessions

Networking opportunity – group or private

Presentation 2: How to reduce unreliable score occurrence, with Q&A

Close – include recent updates and research in KAI

Dr. Curt Friedel is an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, and Director of the Center for Cooperative Problem Solving, at Virginia Tech. He maintains a teaching and research appointment with focus on problem solving and critical thinking as variables of interest in leadership development, team dynamics, and leading organizational change.

Dr. Friedel serves as program leader for the graduate certificate, Problem Solving for Leading Change, a twelve credit-hour certificate, at Virginia Tech, which integrates Adaption-Innovation Theory into the academic discourse of problem solving, the science of teams, and social change. Some of the courses Friedel has taught include: Leadership Dynamics, Youth Program Management, Exploring Citizen Leadership, and Leading Social Change. Dr. Friedel is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).