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Growing the Decision-Making Skills of Your Employees to Achieve Scale

Not-for-profit organizations rarely possess the financial resources they need, and yet they often fail to fully utilize a point of significant leverage: the decision-making capabilities of their employees. Organizations that hold decisions tight to a select number of senior people are missing a significant opportunity to utilize the intellectual, leadership, and emotional resources of their staff. Centralized decision-making limits innovation, increases turnover, and stifles leadership development.

Please join us for Growing the Decision-Making Skills of Your Employees to Achieve Scale, a not-for-profit presentation and Q&A for HR staff, CEOs, COOs, and VPs of social sector organizations, co-sponsored by Commongood Careers and Empowering Work Practices.

In this engaging session we will discuss:

  • The six warning signs of concentrated decision-making
  • The cost of maintaining the decision-making status quo within your organization
  • Identifying decision-making challenges in your organization
  • Determining and prioritizing the most important and complex work decisions
  • How to safely advocate for decision-making responsibility

There is no cost to attend this event!  We do appreciate your RSVP so we can plan for the appropriate number of attendees.

RSVP here: http://empoweringworkpractices.eventbrite.com/


Schedule

8:30 - 9:00:  Registration and light breakfast, coffee, and tea

9:00 - 10:30:  Growing the Decision-Making Skills of Your Employees to Achieve Scale


Parking and Transit Information

City Year’s National Headquarters (287 Columbus Ave., Boston, MA 02116) are located near the Orange Line at Back Bay Station.  Parking Garages are nearby on both Dartmouth (126 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA) and Clarendon (100 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA), both of which are within a block of City Year.


For any questions, please contact Steve Scheier at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

To learn more about Empowering Work Practices, visit www.empoweringworkpractices.com

 

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