Managing Change & Making Effective Decisions
Tuesday, October 1 @ 9:15 am–12:00 pm
Supervision Series #4
Managing change becomes a lot easier when you understand how the process of change actually works. Learn what drives change, what gets in the way of successfully implementing change, and ways to overcome the obstacles for positive outcomes.
Supervisors and managers make lots of decisions, every day. Most are routine, but others require careful thought; they carry the potential for far-reaching consequences. Learn to consider alternative approaches and weigh options that draw upon information, logic, and intuition to build decision-making and problem-solving skills so essential for successful supervisors.
Presented by Paul Knudstrup, president of Midwest Consulting Group, Inc. and author of The 8 Essential Skills for Supervisors & Managers.
Designed for entry to middle-level directors and managers in all areas of nonprofit organizations (executives, programs, services, administration, operations, fund development, communications — anyone who supervises other staff or volunteers).
The five sessions build upon each other, so committing to the entire course will provide the greatest benefit. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions at ONEplace@kpl.gov.
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