How to Coach and Develop Your Team on a Shoestring Budget

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Date(s) - April 10, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Fee: $45 with promocode
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Common Good VT is pleased to share this webinar hosted by UNA! Please contact [email protected] any questions. 

Across the country, we are all facing the same challenge of attracting and retaining top talent. Given this competitive labor market, it is not enough to solely have a mission-driven team who enjoy working with you. Join UNA and experts from Tanner LLC for a high-level training on leadership coaching

Employees seek growth, development, and self-fulfillment. Given this demand, executive teams begin to draft development plans for staff, only to be scared away by the perceived price tag of such an endeavor. In this in-depth training targeted towards leaders, we will discuss the evolution of motivating factors in the workplace, and how your organization can target those factors in the most cost-effective way. You will come away with the ins and outs of how to run your own structured coaching program, how to assist your team members in their own personal development, and specific tools and templates to help you along the way.

Who Should Attend?
Executive Directors, Human Resources Directors, C-Suite, Directors, and anyone interested leadership development.

Registration Instructions: Register for discounted rate with the discount code LearnCGV


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Speaker Information

Mackey Smith is the Head of Strategy Consulting at Tanner, LLC, a Salt Lake City-based professional services firm with 250 team members. Mackey is a leadership coach and consultant to nonprofits across the United States, facilitating over 100 planning retreats and focus groups each year. His strategy work is focused on strategic planning and community-building through stakeholder involvement and recruitment. Mackey also conducts training programs for executive teams across the United States and Canada, coaching over 500 organizational executives in personal development and building effective leadership skills. In addition to his career, Mackey has served on several local government and nonprofit boards, including as an Executive Board member for the Salt Lake County Council on Diversity Affairs (CODA).