Small Business Center seminar, 'Building a High Performance Nonprofit-Leadership's Role in Creating a High Performing Culture'
|Haywood Community College, Building 1500, Room 1510|
|185 Freedlander Drive, Clyde, NC 28721|
|Oct 25, 2016|
|11:00 AM - 1:30 PM|
Today's highly dynamic nonprofit environment requires that organizations become enlightened and more responsive to the needs of their staff, volunteers, and clients. A commitment to developing a high performing culture that fosters staff dedication driven by leadership and environment within the organization where each employee is seen as a vital member of the team is needed to fully meet its mission, satisfy staff and clients, or achieve its desired outcomes. During this session, attendees will: learn the difference between a bureaucratic culture and an enlightened culture and the impact on staff motivation, performance, satisfaction, and retention; identify the key ingredients of an enlightened, high performance organization, and the rationale for empowering staff to increase their motivation; and define leadership's role in creating and leading a motivated and committed work force. Speaker is John Curtis, Ph.D. Thi seminar will be held in Building 1500, Room 1510 on the HCC campus.
Register for this seminar: https://www.ncsbc.net/reg.aspx?mode=event&event=250360070