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ENGAGING EMPLOYEES IN TOUGH TIMES

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ENGAGING EMPLOYEES IN TOUGH TIMES

Time: March 19, 2010 from 8:30pm to 11:30pm
Location: Graustein Foundation
Street: 2319 Whitney Ave.
City/Town: Hamden, CT
Website or Map: http://www.uwgnh.org/npf
Event Type: workshop\presentation
Organized By: Mary Ann Emswiler
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2010

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Today’s nonprofit leaders face a barrage of challenges from every direction: budget reductions, shrinking revenue streams, and shifting program priorities. Employees, in turn, endure frozen (or even reduced) salaries, layoffs fears, and increased caseloads due to smaller staffs and increased clients in need. In the midst of so many competing demands, how does a leader motivate workers?

This highly interactive and experiential workshop focuses on how to meet these challenges by creating and fostering connected and engaged work environments. We will also explore how these engagement strategies can help people and organizations achieve superior and sustained performance at any time.

Key topics will include:

• What is “employee engagement” and why should we pay attention to it now?
• What does research tell us about the impact of engagement on ourselves and our organizations?
• What are the three characteristics that differentiate an engaged workplace?
• How can we adapt the critical leadership behaviors that will increase engagement for ourselves, our Board members, and our employees?
• What actions can we take right now that will make a difference?
Join local expert Barbara Healy to explore motivational strategies and tactics that work.

PRESENTER
BARBARA HEALY, MA, has been a change agent for private, public and nonprofit organizations and people for 20+ years. As an organizational effectiveness professional and coach, she focuses on increasing performance, facilitating change and maximizing results while building leadership across all generations.

Before founding her own firm, Barbara served as vice-president of corporate learning and development for People’s United Bank for many years. Her past consulting clients include Leeway, Inc.; Clifford Beers Mental Health Clinic; Casey Foundation; the City of New Haven; New Haven Public Schools; various departments at Yale University State Farm Insurance; NY Times Magazine; and The Boeing Company; and many private coaching clients.

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