Assessment: The Musical!

Assessment, in general, can make a great musical… Come for some comic relief, share your assessment of drama, comedy, and heroic efforts. Let’s discuss how to turn all the drama into a success story!

These series include online meetings, blog posts, and podcasts where our community can learn from each other while we laugh, cry, and be inspired by the sharing of our stories.

This particular webinar will offer casual, laid back conversations between colleagues and friends, in the form of participatory storytelling with occasional comic relief.

Let’s discuss how to turn all the drama into a success story!

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