Nonprofit Strategic Decisionmaking

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 from 8:30 to10:00 am

How do we (re)structure our organization to not only weather but to thrive during the pandemic? How do we emerge stronger than before? What steps do we need to take internally to ensure that we are poised to help the communities we serve so that they can do the same?

Join us for this Nonprofit Coffee Hour session designed to help nonprofit executives and CEOs redefine long term goals. You will prioritize action items to help you reach your goals, identify the resources you need and create a timeline to get there.  If your internal processes are strong, as an organization, you can accomplish anything! 

This session will focus on these 4 areas:

  • Employee Engagement: Engaged employees are aligned with your goals and connected with the company purpose and understand how their productivity affects the mission.
  • Employee Communication: Like external messaging, internal messaging is important too! It takes an intentional message and time to create a planned effort for effectively communicating that message.
  • Performance Management: Does each employee have clear job responsibilities, priorities, performance expectations, and regular feedback? Employees cite the best managers are those who coach, develop, and mentor.
  • Employee Wellbeing: Before the pandemic, a CompPsych survey found that nearly half of employees suffer from moderate to severe stress resulting in difficulty focusing on tasks, increased errors, missed deadlines, and difficulty getting along with co-workers and superiors. What tools can best support your employees bring their best selves to work and life?

Registrants will receive a worksheet to help redefine long term goals, identify organizational strengths and uncover potential barriers.

This session provided thanks to CARES Act funding through the City of San José.

Speakers

Lanea Riley Employee Benefits Consultant, Filice Insurance

Lanea has been working with employers for 15 years to create efficient processes, implement HR tools, reduce costs, and build programs that drive employee education and engagement. At Filice Insurance, Lanea works with employers to define goals, identify internal strengths, and uncover potential roadblocks so that she can help build an employee package that supports their organizational goals and culture. Lanea enjoys working with Filice’s large nonprofit program.

Filice Insurance is a full service consulting firm that has been providing insurance solutions for more than 25 years. Since our inception in 1989, Filice has grown to become one of the largest independent employee benefits and insurance consulting firms in California.


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SVCN strives to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully, To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, or to request the OtterAI transcript, please email Anna Swardenski at cadreEOC@gmail.com 

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