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Does your organization want to know more about Succession Planning? Are you looking to have a more sustainable volunteer plan?

Fill your toolbox with ideas and tactics on organizational effectiveness through our educational workshop series. In collaboration with Volunteer Halton, the Town of Halton Hills is providing a series of workshops from a selection of industry experts. The series includes a format of self-driven courses and facilitator led presentations to meet your organizational needs. We are happy to announce our second education event.

Succession Planning: Developing a Board Building Strategy
Wednesday January 19, 2022
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Delivered via ZOOM
Fee: $35 per organization
Open to all Halton Region organizations

Volunteers in leadership roles are a critical resource for the community and are necessary for organizations to achieve their goals. This practical, interactive workshop will provide the information, resources, and tools you need to develop a strategy that will share the work and reduce the burnout. Learn how to recruit and retain Board and Committee volunteers using the Board Building Cycle. Share your challenges, successes, and ideas with other community leaders.

As a result of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the value of engaging new Board and Committee members
  • Identify the skills and abilities needed by Board members to achieve your mission
  • Develop targeted recruitment methods and tools
  • Ensure onboarding and support systems set Board members up for success

Presenter: REVA COOPER. As a consultant, researcher, writer and trainer, Reva draws from over thirty years’ experience in the area of recruiting and retaining volunteers. She was the founding Executive Director of the Volunteer Action Centre of Kitchener-Waterloo and Area and worked for Conestoga College as Co-Ordinator of the Continuing Education Volunteer Management Certificate Program. In her consulting practice, she assists a wide variety of “social profit”, public, and charitable clients to mobilize volunteers, and to be innovative and proactive in addressing trends impacting volunteerism.

Reva has trained and published in association with Volunteer Canada, Volunteer Management Professionals of Canada (VMPC), the Ontario Community Support Association, the Mennonite Central Committee, and many others. She believes strongly in the power of volunteerism, and that volunteers are what makes a community strong, healthy, and resilient.

Registration at cdhalton.ca/events or click here. Registration closing on January 18, 2022 at 11:30 PM.

Contact Heather Kaufman at the Town of Halton Hills: HKaufmann@haltonhills.ca