Mobility Tool Kit Step 1

Identify the problem:
The urgency for Mobility strategies

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Endsley Real (GA)


Dorinda N. Noble, Ph.D., LCSW

The session will outline the overarching goals of the Mobility effort as they apply to ASWB members in 2018. Using a model of a highly effective negotiator, Lyndon B. Johnson, we will look at various negotiating strategies and how social work regulators and collaborators can adapt these strategies to the Mobility efforts in their jurisdictions.

Learning Objectives:

After completing this session, participants should be able to:
  1. Identify the overarching impact of Mobility in individual jurisdictions as it affects social work professionals.
  2. Explain how to adapt successful strategies that have changed the world for use in their jurisdiction.


Step 1


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