Webinar Series: Recruit, Retain, Train
KNN Members: $95 individual / $150 Whole Org Registration (invite as many members of your team and board as you'd like to participate for one flat rate)
Potential Members: $190 individual / $300 Whole Org Registration (invite as many members of your team and board as you'd like to participate for one flat rate)
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4 webinar series: Webinars will take place Tuesdays February 15-March 8, 1:00-2:00 pm ET
A changing workforce requires new approaches to management, team dynamics, and leadership. Recruit, Retain, Train covers generational differences, organizational best practices for recruiting and retaining employees, and prepares organizations to become nonprofit workplaces of choice.
Participants will explore:
- How generational differences impact individual approaches and preferences
- Tools to manage remote, hybrid, and in person teams effectively in a changing world
- Strategies to adapt organizational structure and leadership to recruit, retain, and train high performing teams
- February 8 | Exploring Generational Differences
- February 15 | Preparing Your Leadership
- February 22 | Improving Outcomes and Reducing Turnover
- March 1 | Recruiting and Attracting Talent
Who Should Attend: Nonprofit teams, managers, directors, and those working in a multigenerational environment.
All sessions will be recorded and the recording will be available to all registered participants. Participants who are unable to attend one or more of the sessions will still have access to all course materials.
We are committed to making our online courses as accessible as possible to all learners. Please contact us with any concerns or requests.
Offered by our partners at Montana Nonprofit Association.
About the Presenter: Liz Moore, Executive Director of Montana Nonprofit Association
Liz joined the Montana Nonprofit Association as Executive Director in 2011. She previously worked for the Rocky Mountain Development Council, a community action agency serving south-central Montana, for 16 years. In that role, Liz worked with the Head Start program, Low Income Energy Assistance Program, Montana Youth Homes, Homelessness Prevention and Rehousing, and a variety of other human services programs. In her 25 years working and volunteering in the nonprofit sector, Liz was a founding board member for Family Promise of Greater Helena, served on the board of ExplorationWorks!, a museum of science and culture, and co-founded HATCH, the Helena Action Coalition on Homelessness. She served on the Region III Disability Services QIC Editorial Board, the Montana Continuum of Care Coalition, the Montana NAMIWalk Steering Committee, The Montana Behavioral Initiative (MBI) Council, Montana Children’s Bill of Rights Task Force, and the Montana Office of Public Instruction Comprehensive System for Professional Development Council.