Trust – Improving Learner Engagement

Resources:
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
The Social Styles Handbook
Leadership Jazz
The Fifth Discipline

In this presentation, Professor John Dolezal of Northern Oklahoma College will provide participants fresh insights on the important role trust plays in the teacher-learner relationship. Learner engagement is a key measure for success in the transfer of knowledge, and trust is a currency that can improve student engagement. You will be exposed to a few simple yet powerful trust-building skills designed to optimize learner engagement and teach effectiveness. With a live Q&A following the presentation, you can ask Professor Dolezal your questions, as well as hear from other instructors about their experiences.


About the Presenter: John Dolezal is an adjunct instructor of business ethics at Northern Oklahoma College. Prior to this role, he spent 8 years teaching and coaching within the Oklahoma Public School system and over 30 years at Ditch Witch. During his time with Ditch Witch, he served as the Director of Human Resource Development, Manager of Corporate Training & Ditch Witch Training, and Director of the Ditch Witch University online learning center. Mr. Dolezal earned both his B.S. in Business Administration and M.S. in Business Education at Oklahoma State University. He has been married for over 50 years and is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 15.