Are you going to the 7th
Annual National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) Conference this November?
If you’ll be there, be sure to block off Wednesday morning to check out CPI Client Advocate Pam Roncone’s presentation and gain tips for preventing and mitigating crisis situations on campus.
Her presentation, Dealing With Disruptive Students
, is packed with clear and effective strategies to recognize behaviors that may flare into a crisis and to cool heat-of-the-moment conflict when interacting with students, coworkers, and visitors.
You’ll learn how to use your verbal and nonverbal communication to defuse disruptive behaviors before they lead to dangerous incidents. You’ll explore ways that your attitude and behavior can make the critical difference in a crisis moment, and you’ll leave empowered to apply these strategies to your day-to-day realities.
This November 17–19 in San Antonio, TX, the NaBITA Conference
is gathering professionals to share best practices and promote safety in schools, universities, and workplaces. It’s “the leading conference in the field of higher education threat assessment and behavioral intervention.” Come join the conversations and have a chat with Pam at the conference.