Would you like to spend less time addressing personnel issues and more time focusing on your work in the world? Learning how to create a foundation of clear expectations and mutual accountability is one of the most powerful and least frequently utilized practices that will set you and your staff up for success. We also explore the impact of reducing assumptions and uncertainty, and share how simple, pragmatic tools like workplans and regular standardized check-ins empower both you and your staff. If you’ve been a supervisor for decades or less than a year, this webinar helps you and your team operate with greater clarity, trust, and accountability.
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Work plans are essential for setting employees up for success- they bring clarity to expectations, enrich feedback and review processes, and help align each staff member's work with the overall operating plan of your organization. Read more about the Work Plan Template and create your own work plans using the template to get started.
Decisiveness is one of the most valued traits in a leader. Learn more about the process of how we make decisions, where we can get hung up, and how to become more decisive, as well as to create clearer decision-making processes amongst your team. In this tutorial, Kristi also unpacks the ways that our identities affect our relationship to decisiveness.
Wondering when to delegate, when not to, and how to delegate in a way that sets people up for success so that you get the results you’re hoping for? This tutorial walks you through how to set your team and staff up for success through clear, intentional delegation, which not only builds your organization’s ability to increase your impact and achieve results, but also builds the skill and the strength of the movement more broadly.
Most conservationists and activists don’t have degrees in management, so we can struggle to create processes to set our staff up for success. This tutorial walks through a straightforward, five-part process that demystifies supervision and increases your ability to create a foundation for your staff that leads to more impact and less time spent dealing with personnel challenges.
In this session, we share better practices for creating job descriptions, compensation policies, and onboarding and training plans, all that support both current and new staff. Special emphasis is paid to making the process more equitable and inclusive.
Developing an inclusive culture sounds great in theory, but what does that really mean? What is the difference between inclusive behaviors and inclusive culture? Through interactive content and discussion, we unpack why inclusive culture is critical for effective supervision and leadership. We examine components of organizational culture and identify elements of inclusive culture.