One of the biggest struggles that organizations have in this busy culture is to attract and retain volunteers and staff, in addition to garnering the support of the community in their efforts as well. With every organization being asked to do more with less, resources are stretched thin and competition is high. This often leaves out opportunities for collaboration across community organizations resulting in a break in trust. In this course students will learn how to meet current and prospective members where they are at, mentor your membership, build your brand, and maximize your resources.
Whether you're an aspiring or established leader, this session focuses on taking you to the next level. Hall of Fame Leadership is an interactive experience facilitated by by a leadership expert. From characteristics of superior leaders to definitive tools necessary for day-to-day operations, the content of this training is founded in years of research and experience in the government and high-profile private sectors. Understanding your leadership roles, defining and refining your leader relationships, and navigating controversy and troubling times will define who you are as a leader.
In this course we’ll consider the core strategies of talent attraction: employer branding, recruitment marketing, and organizational culture. Then, we’ll discuss how generational differences, economic conditions, and competition impact talent acquisition. We’ll show you how to find and attract people with interpersonal skills like leadership, empathy, adaptability, and advanced cognitive skills like critical thinking, project management, and decision-making. You’ll leave this session with a fresh talent attraction plan.