When:
September 20, 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
2022-09-20T14:00:00-04:00
2022-09-20T15:30:00-04:00
Cost:
Free

Date: Tuesday, September 20
Time: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. ET
Price: Free (registration required)

When leaders are able to communicate with and listen to employees to co-create a new work environment, they can positively impact employee satisfaction, increase inclusion and engagement, and ultimately advance mission impact. However, driving transformation when your employees’ minds may be on the ongoing pandemic, economic uncertainty, workload and personal challenges is no small task. It is clear the old days are not coming back and that today’s people management needs require a fresh, new approach. If it’s time to shift how your people work together for the good of the communities you serve, it starts with leadership understanding the most essential areas for change, listening to employees, working with them to set inspiring goals, and co-creating solutions that advance business objectives and mission impact.

Register now for this event and you’ll walk away with information on how to:

  • Find helpful tools for understanding your current culture
  • Establish trust between employees and management, so that honest and important conversations are meaningful and solutions oriented 
  • Engage employees in co-creating ideas, structures and changes to an organizational culture
  • Take steps to set up an ongoing system for feedback, review and rewards
  • Weave inclusionary practices into all people-related (HR) efforts, from onboarding and recruitment to professional development and career opportunities

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Nonprofit HR Presenters:

Julia Kaufman, MPA, SHRM-SCPJe’Nai Talley Jackson, MSW, LMSW
Team Leader & Senior Consultant,
Outsourcing, Nonprofit HR
Team Leader, Project Management & Operations, EDIJ, Nonprofit HR
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Guest Speakers:

Karli Susi, MBASuzanna Kelley, MBA, FAIA
Chief Operating Officer,
McKinley Advisors
Chief Experience Officer,
McKinley Advisors
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