SEPTEMBER 1, 2021
Facilitated by the Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM)
The role of strong and engaged teams is more important than ever. Motivating successful teams involves intentionality on behalf of leaders. This session will provide participants with new ideas and skills to lead and participate in productive, successful teams.
Core elements will include:
- Creating successful teams
- Fostering and maintaining trust
- Nurturing a growth mindset in teams
- Building team culture
- Building virtual teams
- Sharing and practicing team-building exercises
Who should attend: Staff in roles that currently include team leadership responsibilities.
Pre-work and Post-work: Directly provided to participants by the Center for Nonprofit Management
Important registration information!
- This is a small-group interactive training. Due to limited capacity, registration is only open to staff working for California FRCs, CAPCs, and family-serving organizations until August 9. Any remaining seats will be made available for general registration at that time.
- A recording of this training will not be available for participants; if you are unable to attend and/or training registration is full, please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waitlist.
Motivating Teams Application Form
Registration for this training has closed. Please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waiting list for future training.
Center for Nonprofit Management
Leslie has over 30 year of experience in the nonprofit philanthropic field at the local and national levels, fostering change and meeting social and community needs through strategic planning, leadership training, and organizational development. At CNM Leslie provides leadership training, facilitation and consulting to a wide range on nonprofit organizations. She served as Organizational Development and Management Adjunct Faculty at Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, and School of Jewish Nonprofit Management. Leslie also has ten years of experience as an urban planner. She has a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the School of Public Administration at New York University and a Bachelor’s degree from the School of Business Administration at the University of California at Berkeley