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07

How To Find Out What You Don’t Know?

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You don’t know what you don’t know.

This seems to be the most relevant statement that is coming to mind upon completion of the A.S.K. Leadership Assessment. It ingeniously brings to light exactly what attitudes, skills and knowledge are missing from a leadership team or individual. I really love that statement because it is so true. When I first completed the assessment I thought I knew what I needed to learn, but I was wrong.

How can you know what you don’t know?

A little over a week ago I held the first A.S.K. Leadership Assessment workshop in Wetaskiwin and Wow was it a success! We had a City Councillor, Library Director, and a number of volunteer leaders in attendance. Also, we were also lucky to have the KnowledgeConnector Project Manager, Toby Rabinovitz, in attendance. Everyone there, myself included, learned of some great professional development opportunities available in the area. The Manager of Library Services has been instrumental in making learning opportunities available in Wetaskiwin and continuously published those opportunities on the Library Pathways website. Not only are great opportunities available through the library, you will also find a number of learning opportunities available on the Wetaskiwin Learning Council website.

If you live in the Wetaskiwin region and would like to find out your learning needs you can attend the next workshop in Wetaskiwin on June 20th from 12-3pm and also get in some great networking. Give me a call to RSVP at 780-945-6134 or email victoria.poschadel@knowledgeconnector.ca!

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4 Comments on “How To Find Out What You Don’t Know?”

  • Donna June 8th, 2011 4:06 AM

    What a great demographic representation at your workshop! And the statement "you don't know what you don't know" is exactly why the Assessment Tool can be such a great asset to nonprofits.

  • Victoria June 11th, 2011 3:22 AM

    Thanks for teh comment Donna!

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