Re-Engaging Volunteers-Post Covid - Brenda Robinson
Recruiting and retaining volunteers is always a challenge and Covid added an additional layer to that challenge. Join us for an entertaining presentation as she shares the new realities of our volunteer world and how you can make the most out of it!
Brenda Robinson is a speaker, trainer, writer and consultant. She is the founder and president of the Robson Group. She has been addressing groups for over thirty years about communications, humour, laughter, positive working skills and wellness in general. Her workshops and presentations are in high demand.
Brenda believes that we are on a life-long learning journey. It should be enriching, exciting, interesting and above all, it should be fun!
Succession Planning and Managing Burn-out - Lori Gotlieb
Managing Boards and Committes can be challenging, especially if you are a volunteer-driven organization. Volunteers are a vital foundation to the success of an organization or association but so much time is spent replacing, orienting and training leadership volunteers on an ongoing basis that planning and execution of goals can be difficult. Join this presentation to gain hepful tips for achieving success.
Lori is a volunteer management leadership expert and consultant, a faculty member of Humber College, as well as an internationally published author and workshop facilitator who has taught workshops to many diverse audiences, including Boards and Committees, Associations and Nonprofit organizations across North America.
Be a Family Friendly Place to Volunteer - Tara-Leigh Heslip
Many volunteers have reprioritized their time over the last decade and especially after the last couple of years, which means organizations need to be set up and embrace famiies if they are wanting volunteers. The bonus of embracing families now is that you are developing youth and adult leaders for the future!
Tara-Leigh Heslip is a self-proclaimed volunteer addict and family-friendly places to volunteer have been a key contributor to this passion. From dragging kids along as toddlers to working side by side with her teenagers and young adults she sees the value in giving people the opportunity to give back to their communities as a family unit. She will share ideas and resources that you can apply to your own organizations.
We are pleased to partner with Sask Sport and the other
Sport, Culture & Recreation District in Saskatchewan
to bring you a series of workshops.
September 13th How to Effectively Incorporate Mental Performance Strategies into Practice
was Rescheduled due to technical difficulties.....Sorry for any inconvenience