1. Management During COVID-19: Tactics To Achieve Goals With Compassion

Management During COVID-19: Tactics To Achieve Goals With Compassion

Nonprofit leadership expert Mary Ellen Ball will share tangible actions you can take immediately to balance compassion and accountability. You will learn how to adapt your management techniques, set achievable goals, and make progress despite the pandemic.
Event ID: 2716545
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020; 12:00 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Mary Ellen Ball
Credits: Certificate of Attendance
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2 - 3 $89.00
4 - 5 $79.00
6+ $69.00

Do you prioritize compassion or accountability? Strike a balance for team management and goal setting.

COVID-19 requires nonprofit leaders to balance compassion and accountability for themselves, their teams, and external stakeholders. Although you need to ensure progress toward accomplishing your mission, you must also account for the personal hardships and infrastructure challenges caused by the pandemic.

It is critical to check in with your staff regularly and address challenges they are facing. While offering support and flexibility, you can still continue to set clear goals and hold your team accountable for achieving them.

External stakeholders are facing similar uncertainties. Your organization simultaneously must adapt to meet their needs.

  • Should you rethink your organization’s promises and deliverables?
  • How can you be a more human leader?
  • How can you balance accountability and compassion to achieve goals?
  • How should you communicate expectations to board members and employees?
  • What changes should you make to contracts to infuse COVID-19 flexibility?

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