Nonprofit Trainings

 For more information contact: D. Ditzler, dditzler@forbetterhealthpa.org

To download a registration form click here. Mail or fax your completed form to the partnership.
To fill-in an online form click here.

Training 1: Developing Your Supervisory Skills

Employees look to their supervisors for instruction, guidance, understanding and advocacy. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the supervisors must exercise sound judgment, be aware of their own style and approach and understand it’s impact on achievement, and motivation.
This program will broaden the supervisor’s appreciation of the challenges and obligations that come with the role, and will focus on specific skills and competencies that are necessary to the success of every supervisor.
Participants will leave able to develop and execute plans for effective staff supervision, recognize the legal and regulatory implications of the supervisor’s actions, and engage in constructive supervisory communications essential to effective performance management.

DATE:  Tuesday, April 18, 2017
TIME: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
PLACE:  Allison Community Room of Dickinson College
FEE:  $25 with a discount for co-workers
TRAINER:  Edwina White, an associate of The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University’s School of Business

Edwina has more than 15 years of experience running her own human resources consulting business, focused on executive recruiting, employee relations, leadership skills, compensation, and career coaching. She currently serves on several boards in the Philadelphia area.

Training 2: Designing Systems Change Strategies to Address the Social Determinants of Health

Co-sponcered with the Greater Carlisle Project. This training is designed to help health and human service professionals, policymakers and funders better understand the potential roles of systems change strategies in improving the health of individuals and communities. The workshop will examine policies, practices and cross-sector partnerships designed to change a range of systems and have a positive impact on the social determinants of health. Case studies of communities that have addressed the social determinants of health, as well as interactive planning activities, will help attendees leave the workshop with actionable ideas and tools to bring back to their organizations.

DATE:  Tuesday, April 26, 2017
TIME: 9:00 am – 12:00
PLACE:  Allison Community Room of Dickinson College
FEE:  $10
INSTRUCTOR:  Jason Alexander, Principal and Co-Founder of Capacity for Change