Motivating Underpaid Staff (NEW)

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empty walletThe webinar is designed to help managers and supervisors increase their capacity to manage employees effectively. Mindy Muller, President/CEO of Community
 Development Professionals, LLC, will introduce participants to eight key ways to motivate employees to reduce turnover, improve service, and stimulate productivity. This training is appropriate for nonprofit executives, volunteer administrators, managers, supervisors, and board members.

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • understand drivers and motivators of charitable staff and volunteers;
  • gain an awareness of management styles and impact on employee motivation;
  • explore the impact of effective employee engagement in employee performance and retention;
  • learn strategies to remove barriers to employee motivation; and,
  • acquire knowledge of strategies to effectively motivate employees.
90 Minutes
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Mindy Muller

Mindy Muller is a social entrepreneur and President/CEO of Community Development Professionals, LLC (CDP). She founded CDP in 2003 with a mission to partner with community organizations to grow and nurture viable communities. Mindy has authored more than 50 curricula on topics pertaining to nonprofit organizational development and has trained more than 2,500 professionals representing 1,000 community organizations across the United States. She is a visiting instructor at Miami University in its Department of Justice and Community Studies and facilitates monthly nonprofit professional development series for Miami’s Center for Civic Engagement. Mindy earned a BA in Psychology and Family Science from Anderson University and her MS in Nonprofit Administration from Louisiana State University Shreveport.
Mindy Muller