March 3 & 10, 2022

9:00AM-12:00PM PT



Supervising for Success


Supervising people presents challenges as well as opportunities for growth. Join us over two sessions to sharpen your skills to better manage, communicate with, and motivate your staff as well as network and learn from other supervisors. Walk away with new approaches for working with your team to best accomplish your goals.

Topics include:
• Maximizing productivity with today’s fast-paced, multi-generational workforce
• Developing techniques to supervise a diverse workforce
• Communicating effectively with your staff
• Setting expectation and priorities
• Managing staff remotely and during times of continual change
• Transitioning from being “one of the team members” to the person in charge

Who should attend:

This seminar is designed both for new and experienced nonprofit supervisors and those who have had no formal training in their role.


Important registration information

  • This is an interactive training. Please be prepared to participate in activities such as group discussion and demonstration.
    This is a small group workshop and spaces are limited. Preference will be given to applicants from California. Selected participants and waitlisted applicants will be notified beginning the week of February 9. 
  • A recording of this training will not be available for participants; if you are unable to attend both days and/or training registration is full, please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waitlist.
  • By registering for a CalTrin training, you consent to be added to the CalTrin mailing list. This ensures that you receive notifications about the training(s) for which you are registered. You will also receive 2 CalTrin Connect newsletters each month.

Leslie Robin

Senior Strategist,
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