Working with Others Webinar Series

09/04/2024 12:00 PM


Single Webinar Fee: $20/Member; $25/Nonmember
Webinar Series (3) Fee: $50/Member; $70/Nonmember
Fee includes .1 CEU per webinar and access to recorded video through November 15, 2024.
CEUs will be awarded at the completion of the series. 

Join us for the Working With Others Webinar Series, where Lori Hoffner explores how intergenerational and community partnerships can help maximize your organization's output. Topics covered include creating successful, intergenerational teams, how to equip coaches and parents with positive engagement techniques, and how to create advocates for your mission within your community. 

Wednesday, September 4, 2024: Boomers Through Gen Z - Success with a Multi-Generation Staff
The approaches that each person uses on the job are deeply rooted in their generational experiences and values. As the mass exodus of baby boomers leaders continues, the up-and-coming millennials push in for their chance at the helm with Gen Z nipping at their heels. Lori will share ways to blend different generations into a cohesive and positive team, as well as create an environment of cooperation that meets the needs of all staff regardless of their age. Join Lori to identify ways to encourage a positive internal culture that gets projected externally to customers and stakeholders. 

Wednesday, September 18, 2024: Hey Coach; Positive and Practical Ways to Work with Players, Coaches, and Parents
As youth sports change and evolve, the need for understanding the purpose being coaching and parental involvement must also change. In this webinar, we will identify ways to give your youth sports staff and volunteer coaches practical tools and techniques to provide positive and worthwhile experiences to young athletes. We will discuss effective approached when dealing with challenging external factors (including the overbearing parents in the stands). Join Lori to take away ideas for encouraging coaches and parents to do their own self-analysis of their expectations in relation to the ultimate shared goal of supporting young athletes.

Wednesday, October 2, 2024: Get Your Community Working with You; The Power of Advocacy
If you're a nonprofit, government agency, or any organization that depends on the support of the community for your success, you understand the importance of establishing and maintaining a positive relationship of trust. A successful advocacy program helps to establish that trust when you're clear about your objective, outline the rules of engagement, and intentionally recognize your advocates. Join Lori to explore ways that your staff, your Board of Directors, and the stakeholders and champions of your organization can help you create a relationship with your community to share information and create stronger and more invested users that will ultimately encourage financial support and help move your mission forward.

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