Leadership Institute: Part Two: Now That You’ve Got Them, How Do You Keep Them? Cultivating, Motivating and Retaining Your Staff￼
Whether new or seasoned, staff require individualized supervision and support. When Program Leaders skillfully address this, motivation and retention increase with staff. Come learn how to develop strong orientation, ongoing training and performance evaluations that help staff succeed and strengthen your program.
Program Leaders will identify their strengths and challenges associated with their leadership style.
Program Leaders will learn how to provide individualized supervision across the spectrum of new to seasoned staff.
Program Leaders will learn to provide coaching, supervision and evaluation to sustain performance improvement with staff.
Program Leaders will learn tips for creating productive staff meetings, ongoing staff communication and trainings.
Program Leaders will create an action list to implement following the training.
IAN Facilitator: Tracey Ballas has been a devoted leader in the after-school field in a variety of ways. After many years of running programs in public schools, churches and YMCA’s, Tracey became the director of the Ohio Child Care Resource and Referral Association and the Ohio Project on Out-of-School Time. She is one of the founders of the National AfterSchool Association and served as president for six years. Tracey also is one of the founders and past president of the Ohio AfterSchool Network.
Additionally, Tracey has been an education and training associate for the National Institute on Out-of-School Time (NIOST). As a trainer and consultant, Tracey has worked across the United States and Europe with programs large and small, single and multi-site, for-profit and not-for-profit, military and civilian. She is the author of Targeted Leadership: Building a Team That Hits the Mark! She has been featured in Child, Working Mother, Parenting and Child Care Information Exchange magazines.
Cost - FREE
IAN Trainer - Tracey Ballas
IAN Parent Facilitator -