MONDAY, 10:30 to 11:30 A.M. | MILL RACE CENTER, MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 3
Presenter: Christine Beatty
Ms. Beatty holds a Degree in Education with a major in Public, Organizational, and Interpersonal Communication.
She is an experienced leader in senior adult non-profit organizations and programs, with over ten years of experience and 28 years experience as a Director of a municipal senior center and the 501(c)(3) Foundation developed to support it. Ms. Beatty has assumed responsibility to monitor and administer social service grants for Madison’s senior adults.
Ms. Beatty is a national leader for senior centers (NISC), aging programs (NCOA) and volunteerism (N4A, Volunteer Collaborative).
This session provides an overview of self-directed teams that mobilize professional, 50+ volunteers.
We will review “boomer” expectations which engage this cohort, consider specialized management techniques (including recruitment) and supervisory roles and understand the benefits, team and agency roles and the focus of three key players.
Learn about the development of teams to build organizational capacity and leadership. This is YOUR session for Self-Directed Teams 101; be here to get your agency a return on investment of 1 to 9! Remember, calling a group of folks “a team” does NOT make it so.