Managing Day-to-Day Priorities; Helping everyone (including yourself) stay ...
Managing Day-to-Day Priorities: Helping keep everyone (including yourself) on task
The reality of the current economy is that everyone is being asked to do more-and-more with less-and-less. Your responsibilities keep increasing while the resources to meet them – staff and funding – stay the same, if you are lucky. Under these conditions, your ability to keep your staff focused on what is important could be the difference between being successful in meeting your mission and struggling. Throw in the ever increasing reporting and regulations that grant funders are now requiring and the importance increases that much more.
The 2-hour Managing Day-to-Day Priorities workshop will help you identify your staff’s most critical tasks, make sure that those tasks are being accomplished, and give you some tools for taking corrective measures if they are not being met.
Setting and Communicating Priorities
Using Onboarding and Performance Reviews to Keep Employees on Task
Understanding Your Management Style
Identifying Employee Work Styles
How To Tie Grant Obligations Into Your Normal Tasks
Learning Day-to-Day Management Techniques to Help Keep Employees and Volunteers on Task
Identifying Reasons For Derailment
Strategies for Correcting Course
Trainers: Skip Brown, Sylvia Hepler and John Rinehart
- Management of Legal and Liability Matters
- Management Development/Succession Planning
- Operational Planning
- HR Management - General Staff Recruiting, Development, and Retention
phone: (717) 319-1184
John Rinehart has been involved in leadership development for almost two decades. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University RULE Leadership Program, and served as Vice President of the program’s Advisory Board. John held the position of Executive Director of the Carlisle Pennsylvania based Leadership Cumberland program for seven years. He is a skilled group facilitator, team builder and public speaker, and has been contracted by many organizations to serve in these roles. John has also worked with organizations across Pennsylvania on visioning, strategic planning, and organizational development and was recently published in “In the Company of Leaders: 40 Top leadership experts provide proven guidance for your leadership journey.”
A 1999 graduate of Dickinson College with a Bachelor’s Degree in European History, John also is a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. A proud father of three children, John and his wife Cheri live in Dillsburg, Pa with their youngest daughter Jonna.