Posts Tagged "training"

Dazzle Them! Curriculum Development

Posted by on Mar 13, 2018 in | 0 comments

Dazzle Them! Curriculum Development

How good you are as a trainer is greatly influenced by how good your training design is. There is no substitute for robust planning and development.

Dazzle Them! Curriculum Development

  • Design from start to finish! Open and close your trainings powerfully.
  • Make it count! Engage your learners in the most critical content.
  • Provide practice and feedback! Create the pathway to competence.
  • Making a difference! Ensure that the essence of your nonprofit agency is evident in your training design.

For more information about the Dazzle Them! programs, visit here. Testimonials and evaluations are available to you.

If you design for yourself or others, you WILL benefit from Dazzle Them! Presentation Skills.

Lunch is included in your tuition.

 

Get Savvy – Difference-Making Training is designed for nonprofits and others making a difference in their community (education, health care, government departments, etc.). The discussions and activities will be within the context of these organizations. You are welcome regardless of your organizational affiliation as the skill-development is universal.

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Dazzle Them! Presentation Skills

Posted by on Mar 6, 2018 in | 0 comments

Dazzle Them! Presentation Skills

Whether your title is “trainer” or it is a “duty as assigned,” whether you are brand new or have been training for decades, this is the training that takes you to the next level!

A full day of high energy learning and practice.

Dazzle Them! Presentation Skills

  • Everything matters! Take advantage of all your training opportunities: environment, tone, set-up, and follow-up.
  • It’s more than teaching! Learn to build engagement and facilitate discussions to increase learning and skill development.
  • YOU are part of the training! Speak with more confidence and passion to match the impact that your agency makes in your community.

For more information about the Dazzle Them! programs, visit here. Testimonials and evaluations are available to you.

If you are attending this training, you WILL benefit from Dazzle Them! Curriculum Development even if you deliver other people’s training.

Lunch is included in your tuition.

 

Get Savvy – Difference-Making Training is designed for nonprofits and others making a difference in their community (education, health care, government departments, etc.). The discussions and activities will be within the context of these organizations. You are welcome regardless of your organizational affiliation as the skill-development is universal.

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Engaging the Community in Your Efforts

Posted by on Feb 8, 2018 in | 0 comments

Engaging the Community in Your Efforts

Non-profits often need to work with the larger community to achieve their results. But how is this accomplished? Participate in a “community effort” activity and then apply the experience to your own challenges.

What you gain:

  • A better understanding of what concepts such as partnership, collaboration, and collective impact mean and how it applies to your organization.
  • An opportunity to explore how to apply best practices to your own challenges.
  • Meet others that may be looking for collaborators just like you.

What the organization gains:

  • Clarity on what it takes to make progress on efforts to engage/partner with the larger community.
  • Increased expertise and knowledge by staff on what it takes to build community collaboration.

If this training is of interest to you, you may also find value in the Facilitation Skills training scheduled for February 15, 2017 9:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Lunch is included in your tuition.

 

Get Savvy – Difference-Making Training is designed for nonprofits and others making a difference in their community (education, health care, government departments, etc.). The discussions and activities will be within the context of these organizations. You are welcome regardless of your organizational affiliation as the skill-development is universal.

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Delegation Done Right

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in | 0 comments

Delegation Done Right

Are you taking on too much work yourself because you have been disappointed in what your staff delivers when you delegate? Invest the time to learn how to delegate more effectively and improve your experience and that of those who report to you.

What you gain:

  • Specific process for delegating so that you get the results you are looking for.
  • Staff more skilled at contributing to the department and organization.

What the organization gains:

  • Skill development of staff as they learn to contribute to different projects.
  • Skill development for leaders as they become better at managing the work within their department.

 

Get Savvy – Difference-Making Training is designed for nonprofits and others making a difference in their community (education, health care, government departments, etc.). The discussions and activities will be within the context of these organizations. You are welcome regardless of your organizational affiliation as the skill-development is universal.

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Leaders Telling Stories

Posted by on Jan 8, 2018 in | 0 comments

Leaders Telling Stories

What does storytelling have to do with leadership? How do you capture people’s imagination in the community? This training helps you to recognize the role that stories play in creating culture, engaging staff and community, and making your mission memorable.

What you gain:

  • Applying a century old practice of using stories to build engagement.
  • Confidence in trusting your own experiences and vision to motivate staff.
  • Consider what stories may say about your department or organization.

What the organization gains:

  • Leadership skills focused on motivating and aligning staff.
  • Practiced communicators sharing the value of your organization.

 

Get Savvy – Difference-Making Training is designed for nonprofits and others making a difference in their community (education, health care, government departments, etc.). The discussions and activities will be within the context of these organizations. You are welcome regardless of your organizational affiliation as the skill-development is universal.

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