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Everyone at your organization is mission-driven and excited about what you are doing! So it should be easy to manage all your people, right? Not exactly. No matter how mission-driven your team is, managing people is always a complex process. And when you throw in the fact that you aren’t managing just employees—but also donors, volunteers, and board members—it gets even more complicated. But don’t worry! This three-hour workshop is designed to help you establish systems and workflows to make sure that you are communicating clearly, establishing healthy boundaries, and setting your employees and/or volunteers—and yourself—up for success. We’ll also cover making sure your team is able to get what they need from you in a timely and efficient manner.

All participants will receive access to download a workbook and toolkit of resources including templates, worksheets, and helpful resources.

Small business owners are encouraged to send key employees if they are unable to attend themselves.

Register for The Non-profit Director's Guide to Managing People

 

Course Material Downloads:

  • Follow-along workbook to take notes, follow instructions and complete exercises during the session.
  • Presentation slides and exercises will be provided to all participants.
  • Toolkit - a collection of templates, forms, worksheets and other resources that will be made available at the end of the class. This is intended to provide additional information and support as you continue on the path to starting your business.

 

What To Expect:

This is a virtual class using Zoom meetings. Participants will be able to speak and interact with the instructor and others, as if in a live, in-person session. There will be ample time for Q&A at the end, but we also have plenty of group discussion planned during the session as well. There will be two ten-minute breaks to allow for checking your email, grabbing a cup of coffee, etc.

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone interested in starting a new business
  • Business owners looking to rebuild or revamp, post-covid
  • Freelancers, Designers & Writers wanting to launch their own brand
  • Those in the process of starting a business, who may be stalled or stuck
  • All are welcome - and if you are forming a partnership, we encourage all parties to attend

 

The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request - including translation and interpretation services. For assistance, please contact the Economic Development Department at 512-974-7819. The City receives and accepts Video Relay Service (VRS) calls from people who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing through Relay Texas 7-1-1.

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