Training Tomorrow for Mental Health Awareness Month!
Join us for these upcoming webinars!
To promote Mental Health Awareness Month, the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence has partnered with Moses Taylor Foundation, Lackawanna County System of Care, Scranton Area Comunity Foundation, and United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties to offer a series of webinars highlighting what you can do to prioritize your mental health, build resilience in the face of trauma and obstacles, and support those around you who may be struggling during these challenging times.
Work/Life Balance Tips for Nonprofit Leaders During a Time of Social Distancing
Join Beth Kanter (www.bethkanter.org), nonprofit thought leader, virtual facilitator, and author of The Happy Healthy Nonprofit, for an interactive session on how to build your personal resilience and calm during a time of high anxiety. She will facilitate an engaging session on Zoom while sharing tips to help you maintain work/life balance during this difficult time and help you succeed in a post-COVID world.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
at 2:00 PM
How Your Nonprofit Can Activate a Resilient Virtual Workplace Culture
You finally got the hang of working in your pajamas while establishing a productive work routine. Now it is time to focus on your team’s workplace culture when your couch is the water cooler. How do you encourage employee engagement, trust, and balance in the face of extreme uncertainty? Join Beth Kanter for a second webinar and learn the best practices for effective collaboration and communication that will boost your team’s morale and resilience.
Thursday, May 28, 2020
at 2:00 PM
Suicide Awareness and Prevention in the Workplace
You think someone on your team may be struggling – but what do you do? As a public speaker, Joe Hopfer’s focus on suicide awareness and prevention stems from his inspiring story as a survivor of loss, losing his 15-year-old son, James, who took his own life in 2010. Join Joe as he discusses signs a person might be suicidal; what to do if you suspect someone at work is thinking about hurting themselves; how to approach, talk with, and support someone who may be suicidal; and how to cope if a coworker or one of their family members takes their own life.
Friday, May 29, 2020
at 11:00 AM
In collaboration with Moses Taylor Foundation, Lackawanna County System of Care, Scranton Area Comunity Foundation, and United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties, these webinars are provided free of charge to community nonprofits.
Questions about these webinars?
Please contact Maggie Martinelli at email@example.com.
About the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence:
The Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence was established by the Scranton Area Community Foundation in 2012 to serve the capacity building needs of nonprofit organizations in the Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA) region to help them meet their critical missions more effectively and to improve their impact throughout NEPA. The Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence works with partners to provide relevant training programs, technical assistance, and additional resources free of charge or at low cost to local nonprofit organizations.
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