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CEN TRAINING | Management Basics - Part 2 | Online, 9/16
 
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September 16, 2020 | -

 

 

Management Basics - Part 2

 

 

 

In response to COVID-19, CEN has moved all of our programs online, offering virtual training opportunities that merge fundamental best practices with crisis management resources and opportunities for peer-to-peer connections and support. Additionally, we're offering special discounts and payment plans to make these offerings increasingly accessible during this challenging time (details below).

 

 

 

About the Program

People are your organization's most valuable resource, and effective team management can be one of your biggest opportunities for impact -- especially during times of crisis. Effective leaders proactively address issues within teams that would otherwise contribute to a culture of distrust and resentment. In this workshop, participants will gain ways to build a culture founded on trust (increasingly important in a virtual setting) by exploring working styles and setting expectations around working together. The workshop will also identify ways to turn a currently dysfunctional employee/team into a high performing asset. Bring your own examples/struggles and we will work together to create action plans. If you are looking for a refresher on leading management practices you may also want to check out our "Management Basics - Part 1" workshop. 

Intended Audience: Nonprofit staff, at all levels, looking for resources to manage effective teams 

Outcomes:

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses of the employee/team you have

  • Gain an understanding of your working style, the style of those you work with, and what that means when it comes to effective teamwork

  • Explore/address dynamics of remote work

  • Create a plan to move your dysfunctions into performance

 

 

 

Details

CEN has been working diligently to offer paralleled course content and, in order to deliver the highest quality courses, we are breaking our online workshops up into two parts. 

When: September 16th, 2020  9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Where: Online Course

Cost*: CEN Members - $75 | Non-members - $150

Instructor: Shana Peete

 

*Discounts & Payment Plans Available

In response to COVID-19, we are offering customized payment plans and have a limited number of scholarships available on a needs basis. Please email information@cen.org for details and to set up a personal payment plan.

 

Special Opportunity for Santa Clara County Nonprofits:

Applied Materials Foundation Discounted Price: CEN Members - $20 | Non-members - $40

Thanks to ongoing funding from the Applied Materials Foundation, all Santa Clara County nonprofit professionals (staff & board members of organizations located in or serving the Santa Clara County population) can take advantage of deep discounts to any of CEN's nonprofit professional development workshops. Thank you, Applied Materials Foundation, for providing local organizations access to needed training so that we can all deepen our community impact!

 

 

 

 

 

Please note: Contact information for each registrant will be shared with the full class to promote connections among the cohort. If you would prefer that your information not be shared, please email information@cen.org about your preferences.

CEN Events Cancellation Policy: Unfortunately, CEN is no longer able to accommodate cancellations within 72 hours of any event.  A registered attendee who has been billed or invoiced but is a “No Show” on the day of the event will still be billed for the event.  There are no exceptions to this policy, but substitutions are permitted at any time as long as the attendee is from the same organization.  Approved refunds – requested before the 72 hour cutoff – will be issued through the original form of payment.  Thank you!

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