Presented by Dr. Johnanna Ganz
Thursday February 24, 2022
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm CST
Fee: $0 for members; $50.00/person for non-members
Description: Cultivating culture change in the victim services field starts with the current generation of leaders, especially knowing how to have conversations about occupational identity (OI) management with peers and staff who report to you. This final workshop for leaders will focus on putting all the content and skills we have learned together through holding conversations about OI management with other participants. Participants will use the materials in the Supervisor’s Check-In Checklist in addition to previously used materials such as your leadership purpose statement. Come ready to put it all into action in a safe environment to build your own learning culture skills!
This workshop will not be recorded.
- Identify components of OI management conversations with staff members;
- Use the 6 core skills to build OI management capacity for leaders;
- Spend 45 minutes in applied practice of OI management conversations for long-term sustainability.
Audience: Leadership team members of victim services organizations or any team member responsible for managing people, departments, or day-to-day functions of the organization. This includes those with or without supervisory responsibilities and at any level of leadership. Must have watched/attended prior webinar for full participation.
Workshop Prerequisite: Participants in this workshop must attend the February 10, 2022 webinar. If you cannot attend on this date there will be a recorded version offered after February 11, 2022.