Date(s) - February 15, 2024
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fee: $275 with discount code
Register at: https://okcnp.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1744014&group
Common Good Vermont is delighted to announce Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits’ virtual event. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
Join us for this 1-day training on Human Resources in the Nonprofit Sector.
HR operations in the nonprofit sector are regularly managed by professionals serving in multiple roles. Consistently applying human resources principles shapes up to be no easy goal. At times human resources management can be reduced to a process of enforcing policies and making sure employees get paid. With revenues sometimes flat-lining, leaders are charged with bringing on new employees, rolling out new programs and plans, and trying to find innovative and effective ways to maximize performance on a shoestring.
As nonprofit leaders look to the future, finding ways to increase employee engagement and organizational efficiency, and execute best practices will be prominent in strategic plans. This summit will help you understand how to accomplish your mission through a talented and motivated workforce.
Topics covered include:
* Employee Engagement
* Performance Management
* Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
* Learning & Professional Development, and
* Staffing & Recruitment.
Resources You’ll Receive:
- Sample Policies
- Sample Employee Handbooks
- Engagement and Retention Tools
- Interview Tools
- And So Much More!!!
Registration Instruction: Use the code OKCNP23 to register at the discounted rate.
About the Presenter: Kim Leveridge
Kim relishes opportunities to connect with people, execute on strategy through those connections, drive metrics and provide a vision for growth in simple and complicated scenarios. With a resume that ranges from operations leadership to consulting to academia, she intuitively identifies what needs to be done and finds effective ways to do it. Once described as “able to build bonfire from kindling,” Kim is an exceptional authority on organizational leadership and effectiveness and has expertise that includes: strategic execution, management of work teams, executive/professional coaching, research and analysis, design and delivery of workshops and programs and client relations.
Yielding a rare perspective on leadership effectiveness and individual differences in organizations, Dr. Leveridge’s career includes operations management of consulting and hospitality companies, business development and human resources experience, and a comprehensive education and research background. Kim has extraordinary leadership skills and a reputation for building trust, getting things done and using measurement to drive decision-making. Her leadership and consultant roles include stints at NORDAM, Williams Companies, CDR Assessment Group, Inc., University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, and Hogan Assessment Systems.
In addition to providing leadership and consulting expertise across nearly all industry sectors, Kim has an extensive CV of scholarly articles and research presentations at industry conferences. She received her B.A. in Organizational Communication from the University of Oklahoma and her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa.