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Culture after COVID: Nurturing Safe Space, Ensuring Employee Retention

  • 15 Sep 2021
  • 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Webinar via GoTo Meeting conferencing
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Member Engagement Event

WEBINAR via GoToMeeting

Sept 15, 2021, 4:45p

 

         


Culture After COVID: Nurturing Safe Space, Ensuring Employee Retention



A new study from Nonprofit HR reveals that 45% of employees will seek new or different employment in the next five years. Employees leave for different reasons – low pay, lack of career growth, low functioning business models, poor management, and more; yet, the significant negative impact on the organizations’ finances and culture is the same.

In Nurturing Safe Space, former nonprofit executive director Ginny Waller will facilitate a virtual workshop for leaders to improve employee retention through the reinforcement of a culture of high psychological safety in which people can take interpersonal risks by speaking their truths. The facilitator will lead peer discussions around identifying the elements of a healthy organizational culture and strategies to increase employee engagement.

Strategically focusing on building a safe space through the prioritization of wellness and intentional relationship building is integral to maintaining low employee turnover. Join us to identify and develop strategies to engage your team members and improve employee retention.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identify the essential elements of a healthy organizational culture.
  • Identify methods of employee engagement.
  • Develop strategies to improve employee retention.

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Ginny Waller, Founder and Principal of Waller Consulting, is an accomplished nonprofit Executive Director of the largest free-standing sexual assault services center in the Southeast and a licensed attorney (South Carolina). Ginny has more than sixteen years of experience in nonprofit leadership development, strategic planning, and operational efficiency with specializations in change management and relationship building for startup and small nonprofits. Her passion is supporting leaders as a thought partner and practical and strategic advisor to build capacity to dream their visions into reality.

This September learning event is hosted by ATD – Upstate (part of the ATD – South Carolina chapter of ATD).  We are a dedicated community of talent development professionals in the Upstate, including talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more.

Anyone is welcome to attend this event.  The event is free for ATD - South Carolina members, or $10 for non-members.


ATD Capability Model: Developing Organizational Capability: 

Community of Practice: Organization Development and Culture

    ABOUT ATD Upstate

    We are a dedicated community of talent development professionals in the Upstate, including talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more.

    When:   Sept 15, 2021

    Where:   Via GoToMeeting

    Time:      4:45 pm to 6:00 pm EST

        

    Please download the GoToMeeting application prior

    to the start of the meeting.

            

    Additional Information:

    (Email with link will be sent prior to the webinar.)


    For additional information, contact Darla Skipper, VP of Education at vpprograms@atdmidlands.org

          We look forward to seeing you!



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