Recovery and Resilience: tips for social profit leaders
Leading can be challenging at the best of times. Leading after disaster and trauma will be different, challenging and full of new learnings.
As you return to your organization there are some things you can do to begin helping your team recover, rebuild and be resilient. First, recognize that you have all been affected by the fires and evacuation, including the emergency responders.
Charmaine Hammond, expert in leadership and conflict management, presented a Leadership workshop at the 2014 Convergence Conference. You can watch the overview of the presentation here.
Charmaine Hammond, expert in leadership and conflict management, presented a Working With Conflict workshop at the 2014 Convergence Conference. You can watch the overview of the presentation here.
Keeping Employees Engaged During Change, and Downsizing
Charmaine Hammond, expert in leadership and conflict management, leads webinar "Keeping Employees Engaged During Change, and Downsizing
Great Resources for Leaders
Looking for great resources on leadership?
Alexandra Tarasenco recommends the International Leadership Association: http://ila-net.org/
The International Leadership Association (ILA) is the global network for all those who practice, study, and teach leadership. The ILA promotes a deeper understanding of leadership knowledge and practices for the greater good of individuals and communities worldwide.
Are leaders born or made?
That is the question. Alexandra Tarasenco loves this video about leadership. It is inspiring to see natural leaders at such a young age. Watch this video and you’ll see what we mean:
Stability for the Social Profit sector in a time of uncertainty (Provincial Budget Response – Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations—October 27, 2015)
Today's provincial budget reflects priorities outlined in the NDP election platform and demonstrates the government's commitment to preserving public programs and services. Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (CCVO) President and CEO Katherine van Kooy notes that "the priorities laid out in this budget reflect an understanding of the importance of maintaining community services during times of economic hardship and strengthening programs for Alberta's most vulnerable."
The Team Charter - Keep Your Team on Track
Building a Team Charter is a way of helping your team work better together, stay focusses on organizational mission and goals, and provides support in times when the team is dealing with challenges.