Real Leadership in the Non Profit World
For Executive Directors and Managers
Friday, April 28, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (registration between 8:30 and 9:00)
United Way Learning Centre
580 Main Street
Includes snacks and a light lunch.
If cost is a barrier to participation, call Linda Brazier at 204-924-4225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leading in a Stressed-out World: Doing Less instead of Multi-Tasking More
- Building Trust with Staff & Volunteers: Overcoming “the 5 Dysfunctions of a Team”
- David’s 8 Characteristics of a truly Thriving Workplace
- Motivating Staff, including how to effectively use “Stay Interviews”
- Coaching your Stars, Steadies, Strugglers [Harvard]
- Defining & Handling Toxic Staff – How to Help Those who want to Change
- An Engaging Way to Define & Manage Performance
“David is a highly gifted trainer and consultant on the topics of risk management, governance and nonprofit management. David has an in-depth knowledge of these topics, and perhaps more importantly, a true gift for sharing this knowledge with others in a way that is practical, helpful, dynamic, engaging and immediately useful for nonprofit organizations both large and small. Somehow, David makes dry and daunting topics manageable, practical and engaging!” Joanne Kaattari, Executive Director, Community Literacy of Ontario
“I attended your session in PEI, just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for getting through the amount of material you did today …I really benefited from your practical information and will be mining it for many days to come!” Joel Dennis, Tremploy, Charlottetown, PEI
“I so enjoyed your session and I can’t wait to use [the new tools]. ” Lynda Carrey, Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club of Riverview, New Brunswick
David Hartley has trained over 19,000 nonprofit and charity leaders in over 130 Canadian cities and towns over the past 9 years. He has assisted hundreds of organizations of every type and size.
David spent his professional life until the age of 40 in the world of risk and insurance, including over 7 years training insurance brokers, primarily for Co-operators and Aviva, two of Canada’s largest insurers. David then directed the Insurance & Liability Resource Centre for Nonprofits for 5 years, a project of the national charity Imagine Canada. He then continued full-time as a consultant assisting nonprofits and charities of all sizes across Canada and continues to do this today.
David carries the Canadian Risk Management (C.R.M.) designation from the University of Toronto. He also is certified to train John Maxwell’s leadership material (founding member of John’s training team).
He is a very proud husband and daddy to 4 wonderful children.
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