This course is part of GCN and Nonprofit University's ongoing response to COVID-19. For additional timely classes, webinars, and other support and resources, visit our devoted page: gcn.org/COVID19.
Timely, essential training for all supervisors: In this new two-part course, designed for our new work-for-home reality, you'll learn how to adapt and strengthen your skills in management, supervision, and leadership. We'll focus on key telework topics like time management and effective communications, vital ways to keep the team connected, and how to keep your people performing at their best, professionally and emotionally.
Each session will include case studies to reinforce concepts and activities to engage your team in immediately.
Essentials of Supervision and Management
- Characteristics of effective supervisors
- Communication and leadership styles
- Time management
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion
Managing vs. Leading Remote Teams
- Leadership styles
- Tactical vs. strategic management
- Digital/online tools for collaboration
- Team-building and commitment
Evaluating Performance and Managing Challenges
- Evaluation models and conducting an employee evaluation
Legal issues related to performance management and corrective action
With experience as a social entrepreneur, a consultant, the chief of staff for the mayor of Minneapolis, founder of multiple organizations, and the director of nonprofit and for-profit businesses, Kathy Keeley has worked with organizations of all kinds in 50 states and 30 countries. Over her 35-plus years as a consultant, she has turned around struggling and underperforming ventures, helped launch new companies and initiatives, and given established successes new pathways toward efficiency and expansion. More
- June 3, 2020
- June 17, 2020
You will receive log-in information after registering for the course.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected] or 678-916-3081.