Agency after agency diminishes passion and engagement by failing to take advantage of the connection and capabilities of their staff and those around them. “This is how we have always done it,” becomes the fallback mantra as our organizations remain stagnant; too busy supervising to remember how to lead. This creates an atmosphere that is resistant to change and prevents the true growth of the justice system, negating the needs of the victims the system serves. In such environments, people begin to feel like bystanders to their careers and circumstances, losing hope that a better way of doing things might even be possible. This presentation connects all the disciplines in the room under one umbrella of hope that guides the responsibility, possibility, and the passionate inevitability of change.
The Empathetic Workplace: Five Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job
We are facing unprecedented challenges as our nation confronts a pandemic, a racial reckoning, and economic and political turmoil simultaneously. Rates of anxiety and depression have tripled; meanwhile, communication skills are dwindling. The way we support each other through this challenging time will have lasting effects. When we respond well to those in trauma, we build strong bonds of trust and enhance communication.
This webinar will walk participants through the fundamentals of non-profit management, helping them to understand the principles of board governance, guide them through the board development process and how to work with the board of directors on the importance of collaborative organizational partnerships, and finally, long-term visioning achievable by creating a solid foundation and road map through strategic planning which is an essential tool and can be the hallmark to attaining organizational success.