Session 8: Leadership Resources – Retaining Top Talent

Mid-level Managers are critical to organizations. To be effective managers require resources, tools, and encouragement to thrive as they work to support employees, maintain the daily operations, and uplift a positive organizational culture. The upcoming professional development opportunity is designed to support the retention of your top talent!

Retaining top talent is crucial for organizational success and beginning this Spring, St. John Fisher University’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership will offer a Mid-Level Management Training tailored to empower your team with the skills to understand current workplace wellness trends and retain valuable employees. The training will cover strategies for creating a motivating work environment, recognizing, and addressing employee workplace stress, and implementing effective communication practices. Participants will gain insights into developing a workplace culture that encourages long-term commitment.

Join us on February 8th as we discuss the Mid-Level Management Training including ways your organization can support your management team as they continue to build and strengthen their skills.

11:00 – 12:00Retaining Top TalentDr. Wanda Cooper, DIrector
St. John Fisher University Center for Community and Civic Engagement

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