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South Willamette Valley Nonprofit Network

Attract & Retain Your Greatest Asset: Staff & Volunteers

John Serbu Youth Campus/Lane County Juvenile Justice Center Carmichael Room
2727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Eugene

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Mark Herbert, Principal
New Paradigms LLC

Continental Breakfast & Networking at 8:30
Presentation at 9:00

This interactive session will help you find, hire, and inspire the right staff and volunteers for your organization. Nonprofits often fall into the “we can’t afford that person” trap, but a better question may be “can we afford to not hire the right person?”

Mark Herbert will help you take a step back and look at the big picture for the future of your team. He will show you how to get creative in securing the right person, help you understand the role of supervision in team development, and explain how to foster and develop leadership in current staff and volunteers.

Learn strategies for:

  • Determining the kind of staff and volunteers your organization needs now and for future success
  • Figuring out the appropriate investment necessary to meet your strategic goals
  • Inspiring staff and volunteers
  • Handling the supervision challenges you will face

About the Presenter

Mark F. Herbert has over 30 years of combined corporate management and consulting experience in industries ranging from high technology and financial services to healthcare and ecotourism. His most recent corporate role was as Chief Operating/Relationship Officer for one of Oregon’s largest credit unions. Currently, Mark is a Principal for New Paradigms LLC a management consultancy specializing in helping organizations effectively and successfully embrace change and engage their workforces. He possesses a BS in Management from Arizona State University, attended graduate school at the University of Oregon’s Institute for Industrial Relations, and has received specialized training certifications in programs regarding facilitating change, sales and service management, employee communications, and human resources management.

Using a model based on an integrated, systemic approach that includes strategies to address five key elements— respect, responsibility, information rewards, and loyalty—Mark facilitated and led teams and initiatives resulting in increased market share, improved profitability, and received national recognition for programs in education and healthcare management while officer at a large credit union. He has been a speaker and presenter at conferences on a local, regional, and national basis on leadership, change management, and human resources related topics.

About the Network

Each session of the South Willamette Valley Nonprofit Network is designed to strengthen your management skills while providing field-tested concepts and tools to take back to your organization for implementation. In addition to skills development, each session allows for networking and peer coaching in a collaborative learning environment.

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Mark Herbert, Principal
New Paradigms LLC

Continental Breakfast & Networking at 8:30
Presentation at 9:00

This interactive session will help you find, hire, and inspire the right staff and volunteers for your organization. Nonprofits often fall into the “we can't afford that person” trap, but a better question may be “can we afford to not hire the right person?”

Mark Herbert will help you take a step back and look at the big picture for the future of your team. He will show you how to get creative in securing the right person, help you understand the role of supervision in team development, and explain how to foster and develop leadership in current staff and volunteers.

Learn strategies for:

  • Determining the kind of staff and volunteers your organization needs now and for future success
  • Figuring out the appropriate investment necessary to meet your strategic goals
  • Inspiring staff and volunteers
  • Handling the supervision challenges you will face

About the Presenter

Mark F. Herbert has over 30 years of combined corporate management and consulting experience in industries ranging from high technology and financial services to healthcare and ecotourism. His most recent corporate role was as Chief Operating/Relationship Officer for one of Oregon's largest credit unions. Currently, Mark is a Principal for New Paradigms LLC a management consultancy specializing in helping organizations effectively and successfully embrace change and engage their workforces. He possesses a BS in Management from Arizona State University, attended graduate school at the University of Oregon's Institute for Industrial Relations, and has received specialized training certifications in programs regarding facilitating change, sales and service management, employee communications, and human resources management.

Using a model based on an integrated, systemic approach that includes strategies to address five key elements— respect, responsibility, information rewards, and loyalty—Mark facilitated and led teams and initiatives resulting in increased market share, improved profitability, and received national recognition for programs in education and healthcare management while officer at a large credit union. He has been a speaker and presenter at conferences on a local, regional, and national basis on leadership, change management, and human resources related topics.

About the Network

Each session of the South Willamette Valley Nonprofit Network is designed to strengthen your management skills while providing field-tested concepts and tools to take back to your organization for implementation. In addition to skills development, each session allows for networking and peer coaching in a collaborative learning environment.

When
February 18th, 2014 from  8:30 AM to 10:30 AM
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John Serbu Youth Campus/Lane County Juvenile Justice Center
Carmichael Room
2727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97401
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