Sheila Weaver

Sheila Weaver

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little elementary school (k-6)
8448 otis drive
arvada, CO 80003
place0.65 miles from neighborhood
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parr elementary school (pk-6)
5800 west 84th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.17 miles from neighborhood
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shaw heights middle school (6-8)
8780 circle drive
westminster, CO 80031
place1.18 miles from neighborhood
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shepherd of the valley (k-8)
8997 west 88th ave
westminster, CO 80021
place0.78 miles from neighborhood
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insight school of colorado (9-12)
8601 turnpike dr. suite 100
westminster, CO 80031
place0.43 miles from neighborhood
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colorado preparatory academy (k-12)
8601 turnpike dr. suite 100
westminster, CO 80031
place0.42 miles from neighborhood
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1123 total students
colorado preparatory academy (k-12)
8601 turnpike dr. suite 100
westminster, CO 80031
place0.42 miles from neighborhood
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colorado prep academy (k-12)
8601 turnpike drive
westminster, CO 80031
place0.42 miles from neighborhood
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pikes peak online school (9-12)
8601 turnpike drive
westminster, CO 80031
place0.42 miles from neighborhood
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392 total students

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Certified Agile Leadership - Denver, CO
StartMar 21
EndMar 22
Certified Agile Leadership (CAL 1) Workshop This Workshop meets the awareness & discovery credential certified by the Scrum Alliance for Agile Leadership.  Why Agile Leadership? The rise in complexity, uncertainty and rapid change have triggered a change in the landscape of work. Leaders expecting to leverage their past patterns of success will fall short both in terms of fully capitalizing on their people and in terms of underperforming in the marketplace. Agile Scaling Models are prevalent, but none of them adequately address the crucial role of the leader in modeling agile values and aligning the organization to engage and empower teams to delivery value and delight customers. Leadership Agility is the the ability to recognize your leadership patterns and biases, step out of your routing ways of thinking and responding, role model agile values and grow others and the organization.   Focus of Learning Participants will be taken through a comprehensive view of Agile Leadership - first from the leader's personal perspective in how agility impacts their thinking and behavior, then from an organizational perspective in how they can effectively align, guide and scale their organization's agility. The Agile Leadership Compass will provide guidance for participants both during the workshop and as an aid in their practice following the workshop. See the full list of Learning Objectives of the Agile Leadership Workshop. DAY 1: PERSONAL AGILE LEADERSHIP (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM) Explore the historical context of human development and leadership as well as the current economics driving the need for agility. Introduce the Leadership Agility Maturity Model to increase self-awareness and discover more agile thinking, decisions and behaviors. Discover the mindset and behaviors of expert, achiever and catalyst leaders and how those impact organizational effectiveness. Practice a 5-step catalyst approach to positively impact every aspect of our work (and personal) life.      AGILE CONTEXT-FOCUSED LEARNING Economic and market factors that have led to the rise of Agile approaches. Complexity and uncertainty of work and how that drives the need for an agile approach. Historical management trends and their fit with the business environments of their time.  Increasing employee engagement and focus on customers to improve satisfaction and outcomes.      LEADERSHIP-FOCUSED LEARNING Leadership self-awareness & mindset required to effectively lead in an agile context. Neuroscience-based leadership aligned with agile thinking and improving leadership effectiveness. Seeking and incorporating feedback that improves the leader’s ability to adapt their own behavior. Catalyst coaching to integrate alternative perspectives, engage others, and improve outcomes. DAY 2: LEADING AN AGILE ORGANIZATION (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM) Re-focus the leader towards the organization and its effectiveness of delivery customer value. Explore organizational culture, structures and processes to foster value delivery and agility. Understand a leaders’ focus and influence on the health and culture of an organization and its impact on their long-term performance. Evaluate case studies of real organizations of different organizational cultures applying agile structures and patterns to drive effective and sustaining change with positive results. Reflect and share leader’s organizational cultures and structures in comparison to these case studies. Practice a 5-step organizational change model to guide healthy, engaged and sustained change needed in our organizations.      ORGANIZATIONAL-FOCUSED LEARNING Organizational challenges faced when undertaking Agile more broadly beyond a single team. Increasing safety, trust and collaboration between and across teams to improve outcomes. Organizational cultures, structures and governance and how they impede or enhance agility. Case studies of organizations that effectively use Agile to be agile and improve their outcomes.      CHANGE-FOCUSED LEARNING Organizations as complex adaptive systems where uncertainty reigns and change is always present. Organizational metrics aligned to, and impeding, agile thinking and how they impact outcomes. Identifying & reducing bottlenecks, impediments, and friction in an organization to improve results. Leading change in an adaptive, engaged, and healthy way to foster a growth mindset culture.
 Workshop Participation The workshop is designed for mixing experienced leaders and experienced coaches in a way that draws upon each strength and caters to each of their needs for growth. By combining both in a single workshop, participants engage with each other to learn the strengths of the others - growing both leaders and coaches. As described by participants of this workshop... "This wasn't training, it was an experience. We were never taught at, we were engaged in a learning experience in which we both participated and contributed. I have never been so engaged for two and a half days." Participant Profile Agile leadership is required across a diversity of business contexts including new product design and development, service development and delivery, business development, IT operations and security, team-oriented service and support, multi-faceted marketing and communications, and more. Agile leadership is needed at all levels within the organization from the executive suite to the front-line managers. Whether leading projects, programs, initiatives, people, teams, departments, divisions or businesses, agile leadership can improve the leader’s ability and more effectively draw upon every employee. Agile Leaders... Communicate a clear vision, align employees to that vision, and allow for adaptation in execution toward that vision – recognizing that most discovery and learning occur during execution Employ a growth-mindset enabling them to value diversity, be open to other ideas, seek feedback, and improve their own capabilities – rather than relying on what has worked for them in the past. Are self-aware of their own biases and triggers to remain in a constructive and creative mindset fostering a healthy, collaborative, trust-oriented, and productive organizational culture. Improve decision making, team collaboration and business results when operating in highly complex, uncertain, inter-dependent and rapidly changing environments by integrating the value stream. Engage employees without over-influencing or micromanaging them through inquiring before advising, active listening to align their thinking, and exploring alternatives to foster creative possibilities. Increase employee satisfaction, engagement and creativity through empowerment and other catalyst behaviors – reducing employee turnover and developing employee ownership, collaboration and productivity. Diversify risk through identifying and testing assumptions, experimenting with new approaches, collaborating with customers, delivering incremental value, and seeking feedback earlier and more often. Foster organizational adaptivity enabling them to more effectively break down traditional silos, collaborate to solve difficult problems and better align toward corporate goals and customer needs. Improve outcomes through balancing short-term business results with long-term organizational health to enable early and frequent value delivery combined with sustained growth. Catalyze change, experiment with new ideas, and a foster a growth-mindset within their organizations to adapt to the changing economy, technology and the market.
Brews with Builders (Aviation Market Focus)
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Join us and our guest, United Airlines, at our upcoming subcontractor outreach event. Meet Abel Garcia, Sr. Manager of Corporate Real Estate and Planning Development and his team to find out about their upcoming opportunities at DEN. Agenda Meet the Swinerton team (estimating, operations, supervision, accounting, administration and safety) and learn how to prequalify, get on our subcontractor list and get briefed on upcoming projects Introduce your company. Give us your elevator pitch (2-3 minute ) Meet the United Planning and Development team Network
Design it Right with D&G Construction
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Join D&G for a design event highlighting the latest home design trends, best building practices & opportunity to create your space!
GVA Northglenn: 2019-20 Kindergarten Orientation
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Join Us for Kindergarten Orientation Learn about our language immersion program. Take a tour of the Kindergarten classrooms. Learn how you can help your child prepare for Kindergarten.
Colorado TLCP Practitioners Dinner & TLCP Program
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Meet at Romano's Macaroni Grill in Westminster. Be sure to ask to be seated in the Godfather Room. 5:30-6:30 Feel free to arrive early and mingle at the bar area. It's Happy Hour! 6:30-8:30 Dinner + TLCP topic The event is free, but please plan to run and pay your own tab. We look forward to seing you! Patty, Paul and Beth
Love Lift, Thursday, March 21st, 7:00pm, $27
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
Denver Skyline, Friday, March 22nd, 7:00pm, $32
StartMar 22
EndMar 22
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
ASBC at Progresh - Saturday, March 23,2019
StartMar 23
EndMar 23
ASBC at Progresh Registration deadline: Friday, Mar 22, 2019 Progresh is an innovative training center dedicated to ski, snowboard, skateboard, BMX and tumbling progression, in a safe and comfortable environment. Their mission is to provide a unique action sports experience, for all skill levels, to Colorado’s Front Range and beyond. This event is open to people of all ages who have ASD, as well as their siblings, friends, and family. We started this event with kids and teens in mind, but it's developed into an event for all ages and it's a great workout!  This is similar to the open gym format, however all participants need to arrive promptly for safety orientation and to sign waivers. Parents or guardians are required to remain at the facility. Progresh coaches will guide us as we explore all Progresh has to offer. This includes trampolines, airbags, tumbling, slacklining, and more. If you want to try the ski/ snowboard or skateboarding lesson, please call Progresh to set up a private lesson for an added charge. If you haven't given this activity a try because you feel you or your child needs a more gradual introduction to the facility and the rules, then please contact Julie Darrow at info@autismboulder.org to set up a 1:1 private session. This is not intended to be a free private lesson to improve skills. It is meant to facilitate a gradual introduction for someone who has trouble trying new things in a group setting. ASBC Participant Waiver and Photo Release: By completing this registration, I hereby expressly acknowledge that this activity, like many sports involves movement and physical activity, and that injury or mishap are possibilities in spite of all reasonable safeguards and precautions taken, I accept such risks as reasonable and proper, and agree to hold harmless the officers, principals, staff and volunteers of the Autism Society of Boulder County should injury or mishap occur in this regard. I give permission for the participants to be photographed and/or videotaped in print or electronic media by Autism Society of Boulder County. I acknowledge and agree that photographs and videos may be edited and used in whole or in part as desired for the purpose, which may be produced, duplicated, distributed and used for informational, promotional or other public purposes.  I understand that photographs and video are not my property and there will be no compensation to me. 
Jomon Event at SUMC
StartMar 23
EndMar 23
Jomon Lecture & Workshop Master Potters Ifurai, Genya Murakami, and Ryujiro Oyabu Simpson United Methodist Church  is hosting master potters from Japan for a lecture and hands-on workshop in partnership with Studio Arts Boulder. "Jomon" means "cord pattern" and describes the decorative style of pottery made during this ancient era in Japan. The event at Simpson United Methodist Church will include a lecture (free to attend), a potluck lunch, and a hands-on workshop (ages 12+). Learn ancient ceramics techniques of the Jomon era, starting with a coil pot and incorporating elemental symbols to create dramatic forms. Pottery students of all levels, including beginners, are invited to register. Saturday, March 23rd 10:00am - 11:00am Free Lecture 11:30am - 12:30pm Potluck Lunch 1:00pm - 4:00pm Hands-on Workshop (ages 12+)     $25 per person     10% discount for families (Use code: SUMC-FamilyDiscount) Sponsored by the Nisei Veterans Heritage Foundation. To learn more about the Jomon era, the artists, and their work, visit www.studioartsboulder.org/workshops. Space is limited! Register today! Questions? Call (720) 379-6033 or Email contact@studioartsboulder.org
IEHC Writing Club: Month 4 (March retreat)
StartMar 25
EndMar 25
Who? All IEHC Early Career Researchers (ECRs) What? Writing. PCs are available or you can bring your laptop. When? March 25th, 9:30am- 4:15pm (there will be optional sessions before and after the retreat for those wanting extra writing hours!) Where? Torrington Place, B07 Teal. Come in through the main reception, go down the stairs by the elevator and follow the signs to the room! Food? There will be tea, coffee, treats and lunch provided! Schedule: Keeping in line with Athena SWAN principles, core writing hours will be between 10:00 and 16:00. 08:30-09:30: Bonus pre-retreat writing session (for those wanting an early start!) 09:30-10:00: Arrival, set-up, introduction 10:00-11:10: Writing session #1 11:10-11:30: Break 11:30-12:30: Writing session #2 12:30-13:20: Lunch (provided) 13:20-14:30: Writing session #3 14:30- 14:50: Break 14:50-16:00: Writing session #4 16:00-16:15: End, discussion, feedback 16:15-17:30: Bonus post-retreat writing session (for those who don't want to stop!)
Paint your Pet, Tuesday, March 26th, 7:00pm, $35
StartMar 26
EndMar 26
Paint your Pet registration ends 1 week prior to class. Once registration has ended, you will be asked to submit a front facing or profile photo of your pet. We will use this photo to create a sketch of your pet on a 16"x20" canvas for you to paint. One pet per canvas. At Sipping n’ Painting you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n painting with you soon!
Rocky Flats Film Series
StartMar 27
EndMar 27
Please come to our inaugural event for the Rocky Flats Film Series. We will show "On The Tracks" by Erik Sween, and possibly other short films, followed by discussion Food will be provided
Thomas Gabriel ( Grandson of Johnny Cash )
StartMar 28
EndMar 28
T.G. - as those closest to him call him - is the oldest grandchild of Johnny Cash. Predominately raised on the road, he often dreamed of a life as a successful career musician. When he was young, his grandfather would call him onstage, to sing “When the Saints Go Marching In. At 21, he was in the studio trying out his voice. Johnny would say, “Son, you sound a lot like I did when I was younger; work on those vocals.”Johnny also insisted that T.G. have a back-up option, so he went to the police academy, and into police work.Life and adversity has kept him from pursuing his dreams, but he has regained control over his life, and is back in the world that holds so much potential for him.Along with his voice that sounds so much like his grandfather’s, he brings a wealth of stories from his memories of his childhood and of growing up a member of such an iconic family.This is an extremely intimate venue and tickets will be limited. https://www.forbes.com/sites/pamwindsor/2018/11/21/johnny-cashs-grandson-thomas-gabriel-comes-full-circle/?fbclid=IwAR2xpe25UgzDwMuSYvvJP-vtYsvl2FI5WQ5_WQ1dC-CWozbVCJEeoAIgEo0#4d3e2dbb4f13
Regis Ramblers Presents "The Wedding Singer"
StartMar 28
EndMar 28
Opening night for the Regis Ramblers production of "The Wedding Singer"  
I Wish, Friday, March 29th, 7:00pm, $32
StartMar 29
EndMar 29
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
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