Connecting Corporate Surplus to Fill Non-Profit Needs

Seminars

IMG_2015-1-1200pxBuilding Blocks for Nonprofits is a monthly seminar series covering topics of interest to our nonprofit members in order to build their skills in these areas. Topics have included grant-writing and other fundraising strategies, human resources topics such as team building and recruiting/retaining quality staff, marketing topics including social media and PR, and management training among many others.

Seminars are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month (except December) from 8:30-11:30am at:

Interact for Health
Rookwood Tower, 5th Floor
3805 Edwards Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209

Cost:

  • $35 ReSource members/$25 early-bird registration, deadline 10 days prior
  • $45 non-members/$35 early-bird registration, deadline 10 days prior

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2017 Schedule
**Please note some date changes from normal 2nd Wednesday.

Date Event Name Presenter(s)
July 12  Seminar Full – wait list only 
First Time Managers: Coaching and Essentials
Cathleen Snyder, Melissa Dern – Strategic HR
August 17 Social Media and Marketing Dana Johnson, St. Elizabeth Healthcare
September 13 Strategic Planning Sharon Mitchell
October 11 Energizing Your Volunteers Ashley Clos, The Christ Hospital Health Network
November 8 How to Attract and Retain Top Quality Staff Joni Burton, JVS Career Services

Building Blocks for Nonprofits is sponsored by:

Interact for Health 

Descriptions and information from our past seminars.

First-Time Managers: Evaluating, Coaching and Other Essentials

Wednesday, July 12, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Pre-registration at 8:15 a.m.

Program Overview:
Are you a first time manager with concerns surrounding your role transition? Now that you’re in the role, are you unsure what it really means to be a manager? This Building Blocks seminar is available to cover many of the essentials needed for a successful transition. Through this seminar, attendees will gain valuable insight from experienced professionals on how to effectively handle management areas such as:

  • Employment Law basics that you need to know as a manager
  • How to coach employees to improvement and foster success
  • The importance of being proactive in managing employees’ performance
  • Giving performance feedback and handling discipline
  • How the success of employees impacts managers 
This interactive session covers all the basics and provides participants a high level understanding of legal compliance responsibilities. After completion of this seminar, attendees should possess the human resource basics necessary of any front line manager.

The Presenters:

Cathleen Snyder has over 15 years’ experience in HR consulting, providing HR support for companies with 10-550 employees in a variety of industries. She has advised clients on HR complaint investigations, recruiting and selection, employee performance management, creating policy and procedures, and government compliance. Cathleen is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and has her certification as Senior Professional Human Resources.

Melissa Dern is a dynamic HR Generalist with over 17 years of experience. Melissa brings a wealth of expertise with a diverse background in recruiting, staffing operations, management and sales. Melissa’s strengths are building strong customer relationships, recruiting, talent management and employee relations.

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