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

Date Event Name Presenter(s)
July 12  First Time Managers: Coaching and Essentials Cathleen Snyder, Melissa Dern – Strategic HR
August 9 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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