Setting Expectations, Accountability and Learning: SEAL the Deal With Your Teams

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Center for Nonprofit Leadership, California Lutheran University

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Setting Expectations, Accountability & Learning: SEAL the Deal With Your Teams

Rebecca Evans
Executive Director
Ventura County Workforce Development Board

Friday, Feb. 28, 2020

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Cal Lutheran – Oxnard Center
2201 Outlet Center Dr., Oxnard CA 93036

What happens when a member of the team doesn’t seem to understand or deliver what you expect from them? How do you feel when it’s time to write and deliver a performance evaluation? How do you feel when it’s time for your own performance evaluation?

Many feel that the whole process of evaluation seems too long and too far removed from the daily performance that is needed for an organization to soar and prosper.

There are ways to better communicate expectations no matter what evaluation tool or supervision structure you have. We will practice learning and dialogue techniques to achieve a greater sense of confidence and understanding.

With permission from your organization, participants are welcome to bring sample job descriptions and blank performance evaluation templates to use as examples during the session.

Organizational Members: No Additional Fee
Individual Members: $45
Non-Members: $55

This session will be interpreted into Spanish.
Please contact Dena Jenson at [email protected] for more
information or to confirm your attendance.

About Facilitator, Rebecca Evans:

Rebecca Evans has been leading teams in nonprofit and local government organizations for over two decades. Leading with an approach that incorporates the principles of learning, dialogue and clear expectations, Rebecca brings a down to earth and candid approach to setting expectations and goals.

Rebecca holds a master’s degree In humanistic psychology with a person centered approach from the University of West Georgia and completed a post graduate series in Organizational Leadership from California Lutheran University. She is also trained in the Technology of Participation by the Institute for Cultural Affairs and Dialogue Education by Global Learning Partners.

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