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A Convene Training subscription is for professionals who work in high stress environments, like health and human services, behavioral health, contracted case management, homelessness, reentry, refugee services, CASAs, nonprofits, government, and more.

Subscribers also get access to the July 24th Difficult Personalities Training!

Unlimited Training for Your Entire Team! (& for individuals too)


Agency Subscribers: Everyone on your team gets unlimited access to the following training that will help them build their skills, knowledge, and resilience!

Individual Subscribers: You also get unlimited access to this training!

12 Live Webinars

A live webinar each month with a new topic & speaker.

These are also recorded for those who can't watch live.

6 Trainings with Josh Dye

6 Live Webinars with Josh Dye, Convene's President and Founder.

These are also recorded for those who can't watch live.

Access to the Library

View the 100+ (and growing!) recorded webinars in our library.

On-demand. Anytime.


Our topics qualify for CEUs for social work, nursing, behavioral health, and more (depending on the rules of your licensing board.)

Note: We are currently working on getting ASWB approval!

Attendance Tracking

Easily see the training you or your staff watched.

Survey Results

Track how much your team enjoys the training they watch.

Live Monthly Webinar Topics

These are the topics for our live webinars in 2024.
All webinars are from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time.
They are also recorded to view anytime.

Psychological Safety: Improve Your Work Culture One Question at a Time

Speaker: Jean Marie DiGiovanna
January 18

Date: January 18, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


The foundation for strong relationships, highly collaborative teams and full self-expression is trust and psychological safety. Creating a culture of psychological safety requires a willingness and a commitment to practice open and healthy dialogue.

Fostering psychological safety begins with the science of asking powerful questions and the art of compassionate listening. When applied, employees and customers feel heard, seen and understood. Employee’s thoughts, ideas and perspectives are welcome and their talents and creativity flourish.

Organizational consultant, speaker and author Jean Marie DiGiovanna, will share the critical success factors to creating trust and the foundational skillset and tools needed to create and foster a culture of psychologically safety.

In this interactive session, get ready to:  

  • Discover the equation for success and factors critical to creating an environment of trust and psychological safety.
  • Learn the #1 Skill Renaissance Leaders possess to shift the dialogue, increase employee engagement and create a culture of trust and psychological safety.
  • Apply the “Safety 6” Questions that open up the dialogue and foster psychological safety on a day-to-day basis.

13 Things Mentally Strong Couples Don't Do

Speaker: Amy Morin, LICSW
February 15

Date: February 15, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Relationships play a key role in mental strength, and partners have the ability to help one another build the mental muscle they need to reach their greatest potential—with hard work and the right tools.
In this Q&A style webinar Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist Amy Morin will use her signature framework to share the 13 key mistakes couples should avoid to heal their relationships and develop their mental muscles.
Amy will provide practical tips on the following “don’t dos” (Learning Objectives):
  • They don’t ignore their problems.
  • They don’t keep secrets.
  • They don’t hesitate to set boundaries.
  • They don’t become martyrs.
  • They don’t use their emotions as weapons.
  • They don’t try to fix each other.
  • They don’t communicate with disrespect.
  • They don’t blame each other for their problems.
  • They don’t forget why they fell in love.
  • They don’t expect the relationship to meet all their needs.
  • They don’t neglect their partnership.
  • They don’t take each other for granted.
  • They don’t stop growing and changing.
This webinar will benefit people who are in a relationship, or those who serve clients in relationships.

Decision Making:
What Magic Tricks Reveal About Free Will

Speaker: Dr. Alice Pailhes
March 21

Date: March 21, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Psychological scientist and author Dr. Alice Pailhès has pioneered the scientific research on magicians’ mind control tricks, called forcing techniques.

But these mind control tricks don’t just exist in the world of magic – they’re part of your everyday decision-making process.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How forcing techniques work.
  • How to identify blindspots.
  • Invisible forces that shape our decision making.

This is guaranteed to be a fun and enlightening session that will take your thinking and decision making to a new level!

Real Help:
An Honest Guide to Self Improvement

Speaker: Ayodeji Awosika
April 18

Date: April 18, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Do you feel deep down that if you could just get some momentum that you could create the life you want?

Does it annoy you that you can see the path to success right in front of you, but can’t bring yourself to do it?

If you are the type of person who simply needs clarity, direction, and accountability to push you forward, this webinar is for you.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to identify the key sticking points and blind spots that keep you stuck in loops of procrastination.
  • How to develop the mental toughness you need to thrive in an unfair world.
  • How to stop being a ‘self-help junkie’ who never gets anything done and start executing your ideas.

Get ready to learn concrete steps, tools, strategies, and mindsets that will help you make real change!

The First Minute:
How to Start Conversations that Get Results

Speaker: Chris Fenning
May 16

Date: May 16, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Communication should be clear and concise, and we should get to the point quickly.

The problem is we don’t always know how to do this.

What does it mean to be concise? How can a complex topic be summarized in just a few lines?

In this webinar you will get a step-by-step guide for clear, concise communication in everyday work conversations. 

You will learn: 

  • How to have shorter, better work conversations and meetings.
  • How to get to the point faster without rambling or going off on tangents.
  • How to lead your audiences toward the solution you need.

You will also learn how to apply one technique to almost every discussion, email, presentation and interview with great results.

Get ready to take your communication skills to the next level in this webinar!

The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage to Self Mastery

Speaker: Brianna Wiest
June 13

Date: Thursday, June 13, 2024

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


This webinar is about self sabotage. Why we do it, when we do it, and how to stop doing it…for good. 

Coexisting but conflicting needs create self-sabotaging behaviors. This is why we resist efforts to change, often until they feel completely futile.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Extract crucial insights from your most damaging habits.
  • Build emotional intelligence by understanding your brain and body.
  • Release past experiences.
  • Step out of your own way, and into your potential.

For centuries, the mountain has been used as a metaphor for the big challenges we face, especially ones that seem impossible to overcome.

To scale our mountains, we actually have to do the deep internal work of excavating trauma, building resilience, and adjusting how we show up for the climb.

In the end, it is not the mountain we master, but ourselves.

Learn how in this webinar!

How to Work with (Almost) Anyone

Speaker: Michael Bungay Stanier
July 18

Date: Thursday, July 18th

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Your happiness and your success depend on your working relationships.

  • How well you work with your boss.
  • The people you manage. 
  • The way collaboration happens with colleagues and peers.
  • How you connect with clients and the people you serve.

But the hard truth is this: most of us leave the health and fate of these relationships to chance.

We say “Hi,” exchange pleasantries … and hope for the best.

But many relationships become suboptimal at some point, whether it’s a good one that goes off the rails or one that was poor from the start.

But it doesn’t have to be like this.

Every working relationship can be better.

In this webinar Michael Bungay Stanier will show you how to build the best possible relationships.

You will learn:

  • 5 powerful questions that deepen trust.
  • How to set relationships up for success from the beginning.
  • How to maintain relationships so they thrive.
  • How to rebuild poor relationships.

Assertive Leadership: Maintain Influence and Integrity Without Relinquishing Authority

Speaker: Audrey Daniels
August 15

Date: Thursday, August 15th

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


In this webinar leadership expert Audrey Daniels will teach you how to embody the traits of an assertive leader, and how to show empathy in a way that motivates others.

You will learn:

  • How to develop your own assertive leadership style.
  • The benefits assertiveness provides to your career and organization.
  • How to develop greater self awareness.
  • How to set boundaries.
  • How to communicate with diplomacy and tact.

Get ready to take your leadership skills to the next level in this webinar!

Optimizing Brain Energy
for Mental Health

Speaker: Chris Palmer
September 19

Date: September 19th, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Central Time


Brain Energy is Dr. Chris Palmer’s revolutionary breakthrough in understanding mental health, and improving treatment for anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and more.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • The connection between nutrition, metabolism, and mental health.
  • Diet options to improve mental health.
  • Treatment options for various mental health conditions.

Get ready to hear a fresh approach to mental health and disease!


The Road to Redemption: Overcoming Life’s Detours, Obstacles, and Challenges

Speaker: Lucinda Cross
October 17

We’ve all been there at that make it or break it moment in our lives. That moment where it seems as if time stops and the world is spinning, but you are not moving.

You have a decision to make. You have an obstacle in front of you that you did not expect or did not suspect it to be.

Maybe you haven’t attained the success you feel your hard work should have brought you by now or maybe you feel you have the talent to be all that you can be, be the expert in your field, but you just can’t seem to put that talent or those skills into position to maximize the moment.

Maybe you feel your potential or this gift you have just isn’t being tapped and you have no clue what’s missing or what’s holding you back.

If this resonates, this is the webinar for you.

In this webinar you will learn how to bring out your best, no matter what has happened in the past, or what you are doing now.

You will learn to overcome obstacles in 5 major areas:

  • Focus
  • Determination
  • Action
  • Perspective
  • Mindset

The Power of Slow: The Counterintuitive Secret to Thriving in a Fast World

Speaker: Carl Honore
November 21

SLOW does not mean doing everything at a snail’s pace. That would be absurd. It means doing everything at the right speed: quickly, slowly or whatever pace works best.

Slow means being present, living each moment fully, and putting quality before quantity in everything from work to food to parenting.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How slowing down actually helps us achieve more.
  • The main reasons we feel like we are in such a rush.
  • How to maximize each moment at work and home.
  • Tips to improve thinking and decision making.

This webinar will help you work and live with greater intention and enjoyment.

Critical Thinking: How to Solve Problems and Succeed in Work and Life

Speaker: Dr. Brian Barnes
December 12

Date: Thursday, December 12th

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central Time


Whatever you are doing right now is determined by the way you are thinking.

Whatever emotions you feel are influenced by your thinking.

Whatever you want – all your desires – are determined by your thinking.

If your thinking is unrealistic, it will lead you to many disappointments.

If your thinking is overly pessimistic, it will deny you due recognition of the many things in which you should properly rejoice.

In this webinar you will learn the tools the best thinkers use in their work and personal lives.

You will learn how to implement these qualities of the best thinkers:

  • How to reflect on your thinking.
  • How to be more purposeful.
  • Intellectual tools to raise the quality of your thinking.
  • How to distinguish thoughts from feelings and desires.

This webinar will help you reason well through the problems and issues you face at work and in your personal life.

Topics with Josh Dye

These are the topics for the sessions with Josh Dye in 2024.
All webinars are from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Central Time.
They are also recorded to view anytime.

Unconscious Bias: Moving Beyond Shortcuts and Stereotypes Towards Awareness & Fairness

Speaker (pictured): Josh Dye
February 1

Our unconscious mind is amazing. It can process much more information than our conscious mind.

It makes shortcuts based on our background, cultural environment and personal experiences to make quick decisions about everything around us.It is also wrong a lot of the time, especially when it comes to people that are different from us in areas of race, skin color, disability, gender, religion, age, appearance, and more.

In this training you will learn how to increase awareness of unconscious bias, and discover strategies to better manage it when serving clients, working with peers, and making key decisions.

You will learn (Learning Objectives):

  • What is bias?

  • How unconscious bias impacts our thinking, expectations and actions.

  • How In Groups and Out Groups affect our beliefs.

  • How to gain greater awareness of where you may have bias.

  • Microaggressions: What they are, and are not.

  • Strategies to reduce the impact of bias on decision making and actions.

Mindful: Use Meditation, Visualization, and Mindfulness Practices to Increase Focus, Productivity and Well-Being

Speaker: Josh Dye
April 4
Mindfulness is the practice of maintaining a moment by moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations and surrounding environment, without judgment.
It is about living and working in the present moment, free from regrets about the past or fear about the future.
Mindfulness helps calm our anxieties, increases focus and improves creativity and productivity.
In this training you will learn:
  • Practical mindfulness exercises you can use every day.
  • How to reduce the impa+ct of difficult emotions.
  • How to stop spiraling negative thoughts and bring your mind back to the present moment.
  • The benefit of having an intentional calming space.
  • Simple meditation exercises that bring peace and focus.
  • How to use intentions and affirmations when setting goals.
  • Mindfulness strategies in the workplace, and more!
Now is the time to live and work mindfully. Learn how in this presentation!

Mental Monsters: How to Overcome Emotions and Mindsets that Sabotage Team Trust and Personal Well-Being

Speaker: Josh Dye
June 4

Most have heard of IQ and EQ (emotional intelligence) and how they contribute to our overall potential.

A new kind of intelligence, Positive Intelligence (PQ) is on the rise. Positive Intelligence (PQ) helps us maximize our potential. 

However, according to the research of Shirzad Chamine, 80% of all teams operate below a critical Positive Intelligence level, and fall short of achieving their true potential for success and happiness.

Why? Mental Saboteurs.

Saboteurs are the voices in our head that generate negative emotions in the way we handle life’s everyday challenges. 

They represent automated patterns in our minds for how to think, feel, and respond. They cause stress, anxiety, self-doubt, frustration, restlessness, and unhappiness. They sabotage our performance, wellbeing, and relationships.

In this training you will learn:

  • The 10 saboteurs and how they impact performance.
  • How to identify and overcome your top mental saboteurs.
  • How to increase your Positive Intelligence (PQ).
  • How to apply PQ tools and techniques to increase performance and fulfillment.

Upstream Thinking: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen

Speaker: Josh Dye
August 1

It is common to think that problems are natural and inevitable.

For example:

  • Clients will frequently have questions.
  • It is common for clients to get confused.
  • Some people will always show up late.
  • It’s normal to scramble to meet a project deadline.

What if it didn’t have to be this way?

Well, it doesn’t. Upstream thinking can solve a lot of our annoying, costly probems before they happen!

In this training we will learn:

  • Barriers to Upstream thinking.
  • How to identify if a problem has an upstream cause.
  • Questions to ask to when solving a problem with an upstream cause.
  • How to use second order thinking to avoid unintended consequences when solving problems.
  • How to build systems to solve problems before they start.

Conflict Resolution Frameworks: Strategies & Tactics to Resolve Conflict Personally & Professionally

Speaker: Josh Dye
October 3

Kwame Christian says a conflict is A negotiation with attitude.

Conflict is a regular part of our lives. Whether it is a disagreement with a co-worker, client, family member or friend, we need tools that help us resolve important issues that are holding us back.

For many of us, conflict is uncomfortable. We would rather avoid it than confront it. We also struggle to understand how to resolve conflicts fairly.

Following a conflict resolution process, or framework, helps a lot. Instead of just winging it, we can follow research-driven and time tested best practices.

In this training you will learn the different conflict styles that people have, and we will review conflict resolution frameworks created by three experts:

  • Lisa Gates’s Resolution Roadmap
  • Kwame Christian’s Compassionate Curiosity
  • Jennifer Beer and Caroline Packard’s Mediator’s Handbook, which forms the foundation of the process professional mediators use at Conflict Resolution Centers around the country.

Let’s get ready to resolve conflicts together!

Maestro: How to Lead Meetings & Conversations that Get Results

Speaker: Josh Dye
December 5

Time is precious.

Many of us spend hours each week in meetings and conversations.

The faciliator of the meeting dictates whether that time is wasted or makes a positive difference.

Let’s learn some leadership tips for hosting better meetings and conversations that improve productivity, not reduce it.

In this training you will learn:

  • How to decide when a meeting is actually needed.
  • How to choose the best platform: Virtual, in-person, or phone call?
  • How to implement the three Ps of effective meeting facilitation: Purpose, people and process.
  • How to keep the group focused while inspiring active participation.
  • Tips for having shorter meetings that have great impact.
  • How to have less meetings while keeping communication thriving.

100+ Topics in the Library

Click on each section to see the recordings available to watch on-demand in our library.
  • De-Escalation: Practical Techniques to Manage Emotional Reactions and Hostile Behaviors
  • Crucial Conversations with Radical Candor: How to Talk About What Matters Most
  • Own Your Voice: Assertive Communication
  • Clear and Concise: How to Write in the Modern Workplace
  • Compassionate Curiosity: Finding Confidence in Conflict
  • De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less
  • The Dig: Increase Trust, Confidence and Connection through Authentic Interactions
  • Effective Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution
  • How to Magically Connect with Anyone
  • Simpatico: How to Make Connections and Build Rapport with a Variety of Personalities and People
  • Body Language: Understand the Messages Behind Micro-expressions, Gesture and Posture
  • Conflict Resolution: Turning “Oh No!” Moments into “Aha!” Success with Teams and Clients
  • Authentic Persuasion: Communication that Moves Others to Action
  • Influence: The Psychology of Achieving Buy-In
  • The Elevated Communicator: How to Master Your Style and Strengthen Well-Being at Work
  • The Magic of Message: How to Talk Less, Say More, and Connect with Anyone
  • How to Speak with Kids About Traumatic Events Without Added Fear and Anxiety
  • It Takes One to Tango: How I Rescued My Marriage with Almost No Help From My Spouse, and How You Can Too
  • How to Stay Cool When You are Put on the Spot
  • How to Talk So People Want to Listen
  • The First Minute: How to Start Conversations that Get Results
  • When it Hits the Fan: Navigating Mistakes & High Stress Moments
  • Resilience: 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do
  • Transitions: How to Grow During Work & Life Changes
  • Failing Fearlessly: How to Leverage Failure to Innovate, Grow & Lead
  • Transform Your Boundaries: Good Boundaries, Free You
  • Do the Opposite: How to Burn Bright…Not Out!
  • How to Be Resilient
  • Mindful: Use Meditation, Visualization and Mindfulness Practices to Increase Focus, Productivity and Well-Being
  • 3 Mottos for Combatting Perfectionism and Reducing Overwhelm
  • Stress Management: Reduce Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Burnout
  • Drowning in Empathy: The Cost of Vicarious Trauma
  • Next Level Self Care
  • Post Traumatic Growth: Bouncing Back from Setbacks and Traumatic Life Experiences
  • Cracking the Stress Code: Achieve Work/Life Balance and Stop Stress From Taking Over
  • New Normal: How to Adapt When Things Change
  • 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don’t Do
  • Hustle and Float: Reclaim Your Creativity and Thrive in a World Obsessed with Work
  • How to Set Healthy Boundaries
  • The Innovations that are About to Change Your Life
  • How to be Physically, Emotionally, and Mentally Strong
  • The 7 Types of Rest: Recover Your Life, Renew Your Energy, Restore Your Passion
  • The Power of the Downstate: Recharge Your Life Using Your Body’s Restorative Systems
  • Managing Stress for Positive Change
  • Regret Reclaimed: How to Improve Decisions and Performance by Learning from Negative Moments
  • Working Through Crisis: Strategies to Support Yourself and Clients
  • Real Help: An  Honest Guide to Self Improvement
  • The Mountain is You: Transforming Self Sabotage to Self Mastery
  • The Values of Superb Client Service
  • From Stigma to Strength: How to Communicate with People Whose Behaviors are Stigmatized
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Ethics at Work
  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Cultivating Empathy
  • A Second Chance: For You, For Me, and For the People We Serve
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Kids in Crisis: How to Help Kids in Times of Loss, Grief and Change
  • Depression in the Family
  • Depression in the Workplace
  • The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep is Broken and How to Fix It
  • Breathe to Succeed: Improve Productivity, Creativity and Clarity through Mindfulness
  • Waste Free Kitchen
  • Nom Nom! Improve Your Nutrition and Meal Planning
  • Emotional Eating: Tips to Tame Your Food Mood
  • A New Perspective on Wellness: Improve Your Fitness and Mindset
  • Nature and Nurture: Boost Mental Health, Productivity and Self Care
  • Power Foods for the Brain with Dr. Neal Barnard
  • The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own
  • The Simple Path to Wealth
  • Real Happiness at Work
  • Grief Day by Day: Simple Practices and Daily Guidance for Living with Loss
  • Outsmart Your Anxious Brain
  • The Joys of Jet Lag: Finding the Joy in Every Journey
  • The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain
  • Mental Health and Well-Being in the Workplace
  • 13 Things Mentally Strong Couples Don’t Do
  • Stepping Up: How to Lead From Any Position or Role
  • Upstream Thinking: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen
  • Transform: The 4 Laws of Behavior Change
  • Best Self: Thrive in Your Personal and Professional Life
  • Mental Monsters: How to Overcome Emotions and States of Mind that Sabotage Team Trust and Personal Well-Being
  • Growth: Rising to the Next Level Personally and Professionally
  • Brain Power: How to Get the Most Out of Your Brain to Improve Thinking, Learning, and Performance
  • Personality: Leverage Strengths and Minimize Weaknesses to Improve Performance
  • Cognitive Bias: Uncover Blindspots in Your Thinking and Decision Making
  • Ethical Intelligence: Untangle Your Toughest Problems at Work and Beyond
  • How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices
  • Confidence Building Strategies for Work and Life
  • Leading From Your Best Self: Develop Executive Poise, Presence, and Influence to Maximize Your Potential
  • Contagious Culture: Contagious You. Your Presence is Your Impact
  • Maestro: How to Lead Meetings and Conversations that Get Results
  • Decision Making: What Magic Tricks Reveal About Free Will
  • The Art of Leadership: Essential Skills for Supervisors
  • Distributed: Supervising Remote and Hybrid Teams
  • Plunging Productivity: Why Staff Underperforms, and How You Can Get them Engaged
  • Delegation & Feedback: What, When and How
  • Leadership Development: Identifying Staff Who Are Ready for the Next Level
  • Culture of Trust: Improve Relationships, Morale and Performance in the Workplace
  • How to Work with Almost Anyone
  • Methods: How to Work Effectively with People who Have Different Workstyles
  • Grief in the Workplace
  • From Boomer to Z: How to Work Effectively Across Generations
  • Millennial and Z: How to Work Effectively with Younger Professionals
  • Healthy Relationships: Improve Empathy and Communication
  • Conflict Resolution Frameworks
  • Choosing Courage: The Everyday Guide for Being Brave at Work
  • From Conflict to Courage: How to Stop Avoiding and Start Leading
  • Psychological Safety: Improve Your Work Culture One Question at a Time
  • Unconscious Bias: Moving Beyond Shortcuts and Stereotypes Towards Awareness and Fairness
  • Microaggressions
  • Intersections of Identities
  • Race Matters
  • Diversity: Discover Your Potential
  • A Safe Place to Talk About Race: How to Address Race and Culture at Work
  • Still Kicking: Investigating the Intersection of Ageism and Ableism
  • Develop Interpersonal Skills for Inclusive Conversations at Work
  • Flow: Create a Daily Practice to Control Your Time, Increase Productivity & Live Fully
  • Procrastinate on Purpose: How to Multiply Your Time and Get More Done
  • Time Flies When You Waste it: Learn How to Take it Back
  • From A-Zuckerberg: Websites and Apps that Make Work
    and Life Easier
  • Clutter Conundrum: How to Clear Away the Clutter to Restore Your Energy & Passion
  • Remote: How to Work Effectively from Home During COVID-19 and Beyond
  • Productivity: How to Work When No One is Watching
  • Declutter, Outsource, Automate: Boost Your Productivity and Peace of Mind
  • Death by Meeting? How to Meet Less and Get More Done

Subscription Options


  • July 24th Difficult Personalities Training
  • 12 Live Webinars
  • 6 Trainings with Josh Dye
  • Unlimited Access to the Library
  • CEUs (Depending on the rules of your licensing board)
  • Attendance Tracking

Agency (Entire Team)

  • July 24th Difficult Personalities Training
  • 12 Live Webinars
  • 6 Trainings with Josh Dye
  • Unlimited Access to the Library
  • CEUs (Depending on the rules of your licensing board)
  • Attendance Tracking & Survey Results

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What does Unlimited training mean?

A. You get access to the following:

  • 12 live webinars. One webinar each month with a different topic and speaker. These are also recorded for those who can’t watch them live.
  • 6 live online trainings with Josh Dye. President and Founder of Convene. Josh offers a training every other month throughout the year. These are also recorded for those who can’t watch them live.
  • Unlimited access to the library of previously recorded webinars. 

Q. I have a large team. How many of them can access the training through the agency membership?

A. All of them. All. of. them.

Q. Seriously? For only $999/year you will let my entire team access all of this training?

A. Yes.

Q. When does my subscription start and then renew?

A. The subscription is for 12 months. If you subscribe on March 1, 2024 it will renew on March 1, 2025.

Q. Does this training qualify for CEUs? 

A. Yes, but it depends on the rules of your licensing board. 

  • If your licensing board does NOT require pre-approval of sessions (e.g. The Board of Social Work in MN works like this) then this is training you can submit for CEUs.
  • Other boards allow you to take a certain number of hours that aren’t pre-approved. Convene Training qualifies for these.
  • Other boards require pre-approval of all training for it to earn CEUs. Convene does not currently earn CEUs for these (BUT, we are working on getting ASWB approved, which will allow us to nearly cover all 50 states for CEUs for social workers.)

Q. How do you get the CEUs?

A. After you watch a training you complete a form. Then, you get an email with everything you need for CEU purposes.

Q. How does Attendance Tracking work?

A. We set up a portal where you can view all of  the training you or your team has completed.

Q. How long are the webinars?

A. The monthly webinars are 60 minutes. The training with Josh is usually 90 minutes.

Q. Will you record the webinars?

A. Yes. All training is recorded and made available to those who can’t watch it live.

Q. How do you notify us of upcoming training?

A. We send one email each Wednesday at 9 am Central Time. This email has information about the upcoming live webinar, and a link to the recordings.

About Convene Training

Convene Training was founded by Josh Dye, MPNA and offers training to government, nonprofit, contracted case management, and health and human services professionals that help other people.

While training at conferences across the country for the past 15 years, Josh noticed two big problems plaguing the sector.1. High rates of stress, burnout and staff turnover.

2. Budgets that severely limit access to high-quality training for staff. Many agencies can only afford to train a small portion of their people, leaving many without the learning opportunities they need to be successful and feel supported by their employers.

The Convene Training subscription model was launced in 2017 to solve these problems and offers affordable training opportunities with CEUs each year.


Josh Dye

About Josh Dye, MPNA

Josh is the President & Founder of  Convene Training.

Since 2010 he has provided training to professionals that work in high stress environments, like health and human services, behavioral health, contracted case management, homelessness, reentry, refugee services, CASAs, nonprofits, government, and more.

Attendees in over 1,500 of his presentations have learned how to harness the courage to lead, create, have tough conversations, maximize precious time, and leverage moments of failure for meaningful growth.

What separates Josh apart from other speakers and trainers is how he combines practical, actionable tips with inspiration and motivation. He doesn’t just tell you what to do, he charts the course for how to do it. 

Josh authentically speaks from his own experiences, benefiting audiences with lessons from both his successes and gut-wrenching failures.

In 2006 Josh earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Housing Studies from the University of Minnesota. In 2010 he earned a Master’s Degree in Public & Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State University.


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