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Executive Director/Board Forum: Aligning Human Resource Functions with Your Mission
January 18, 2018 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
7:30 am – 8:00 am: Registration and Breakfast
8:00 am – noon: Presentation by Clark & Gotzler, Attorneys at Law, LLC
In this half-day session, you will learn how your organization can live your mission through the Human Resource function. (The trainers ensure me they have enough material for the full time frame.)
Executive Directors: Even if you are a staff of one, the principles learned in this session will help you with all of your stakeholders.
Board Members: Even if your nonprofit is a staff of one, the tools you will learn will help you in your “day” job with customers, clients, supervisors and direct reports.
We encourage you to save time after the presentation for a planning session to work on the topics covered in the session.
When your Human Resource function is aligned with your organization’s mission, vision, values and strategic direction, the organization attracts, rewards and retains employees who infuse the mission in their daily work. This workshop will help you:
- Identify the right recruiting resources and creating behavioral interview questions aligned with your culture
- Welcome new hires to your organization’s culture starting with the first day of employment
- Design a compensation and benefit structure that rewards behaviors aligned with your mission
- Coach and develop your team to achieve individual goals that align with your organization’s mission and growth
More than 126 nonprofits have been represented at these events, with hundreds of participants. Here’s what they have to say:
“I will definitely bring back the tools and information provided to my board. Although I have had this topic of training before, this was the best one yet.”
“Being able to network with other local nonprofits was a great benefit to our small organization.”
“This is a great opportunity to bring leaders from ALL nonprofits together to focus on large topics that promote leadership in our community.”