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Growing As a Leader Series: Six Ways to Build, Engage and Retain Your Team

Do you get frustrated when volunteers or employees leave after only a short time in a role? Does managing a team across multiple generations lead to frustration? Are you looking for new, creative ways to recruit, engage and build a healthy environment in your department? Check out this exciting series entitled: Growing as a Leader: Six Ways to Build, Engage and Retain Your Team! 

Our presenter, Jan Spence brings practical, tangible takeaways to these virtual sessions that will enhance your leadership skills. You'll leave with action steps you can use immediately to reduce your own stress, build a better team, and help your department grow. The topics covered in this series are: 

1. Teamwork and Communication

2. Understanding and Navigating Generational Differences

3. Dealing with Difficult People

4. How to Successfully Recruit

5. Leading and Engaging Volunteers and Employees

6. Time Management Tools and Techniques

This training series is provided on behalf of the Volunteer Workforce Solutions program, a partnership between the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association and the International Association of Fire Chiefs. It is funded by a DHS/FEMA Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant.

  • Topics:
    • Volunteer
    • Recruitment
    • Retention
    • Project VWS
  • Resource Type:
    • Training
    • Video
  • Organizational Author:
    • VWS

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