We know that the turnover in nonprofits is high – especially among the fundraising/development departments. We also know that the number one reason people leave a job is because of their direct supervisor. Remember, first impressions aren’t just for first dates – your relationship with the people you supervise starts immediately when they are hired. How you onboard, supervise, and evaluate your employees can make all the difference in the amount of turnover you experience.
After taking all that time to carefully interview and select a new employee, it’s equally as important to be thoughtful in getting them oriented to your organization, the agency mission and goals, and your department. Instead of going with the “sink or swim,” “hit the ground running,” or “they’ll figure it out” approach, a few small steps can make all the difference in your new hire feeling supported as they step into their new position. Please join Rachelle Nesta-Goff as she sets the stage for better supervisory relationships within your nonprofit and provides tools to get new staff up to speed, making it easy to transition into a consistent supervision schedule with them. All this work will make evaluations easier for you and predictable for them – a win-win!
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- How to set up a thorough onboarding schedule
- Ideas for what documents to include in your orientation
- Steps you can take to give your new employee some small wins right away
- Strategies for ongoing supervision
- Tips for evaluations
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Onboarding, Supervising and Evaluating Your Nonprofit Staff for Success” is Rachelle Nesta-Goff, MBA. Ms. Nesta-Goff is the director of development at New Beginnings, a nonprofit serving survivors of domestic violence in Seattle. She has been fundraising for more than 10 years, holding a variety of roles including database administrator, grant writer, major gifts officer and development director. She has also served on nonprofit boards and development committees. She graduated from Seattle University with her MBA in 2016 and is excited to bring her business learning to the nonprofit sector. Rachelle is a life-long learner, deeply passionate about women’s and children’s issues, and loves to talk about her home state of Wyoming.
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