Join CJP’s Teen Engagement Network, Jim Joseph Foundation and Teen Education and Engagement Funder Collaborative for a yearlong series for youth professionals to fuel your teen engagement work. Join colleagues both familiar and new on the first Thursday of each month for free workshops and expert-led sessions. All topics are drawn from best practices from the teen initiatives in 10 communities and years of research in the field.
April’s session is “Managing: Yourself, Others and Upwards!” with Stefan Teodosic. Solid management skills have never been more important as people/organizations are challenged with alignment, providing feedback, communication, staff resilience levels, building teams and driving results. The level to which people manage themselves, other people and upwards within the organization is directly related to their overall success, as well as that of their teams and the organization. Most often, these are also the skills that aren’t identified/developed when promoting employees, onboarding new managers and working with existing managers. This session will touch on management theory and build a tool kit for immediate implementation.
Stefan Teodosic has worked for over 25 years designing strategies, managing cultural change, working with leaders and building teams. Most recently, he served as the executive director of Beber Camp, Perlman Camp and the Perlman Retreat Center. Before his move to the nonprofit world, Stefan spent several years working in strategic financial services at American Express. He has deep experience in nonprofit consulting and executive coaching, as well as facilitating groups of professional and lay leaders.+ More... - Less...
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