“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” falls completely flat for me. This year’s Management Conference showed me I can still learn a new trick or two.
We love seeing so many of our members, colleagues and friends at our own conferences, but realize some people may never make it to one of our events. Because of this, we’ve committed to more and more high-quality executive level learning opportunities throughout the country.
There are strategies to curtail low performance and provide constructive feedback. Shelter leaders — follow these steps to maintain working relationships with your employees, while simultaneously encouraging development and engagement.
You may already know that SAWA hosts two conferences each year — and in my humble opinion, they’re great! But we do much more than just conferences, and in the years ahead, we have plans to go even further. One of those plans is professional development for executive-level leaders.
Local veterans groups have many programs in place to help veterans find volunteer opportunities. Connect with them and make sure information about your organization is available.
Whether they walk dogs, socialize cats, or take your outreach programs into the community, your volunteers can be a treasure trove of fantastic experiences to help you tell your story and raise donations..