WFYC Virtual Sessions
World Federation of Youth Clubs hosts an ongoing series of informative and interactive online sessions designed to inform, engage, and inspire action. These interactive experiences provide opportunities for WFYC Affiliate Members to expand their knowledge and improve their organizational operations through direct access to subject-matter experts and experienced youth-development professionals from around the world. WFYC Webcasts leverage our network and collective knowledge to bring forward solutions to some of our member’s most pressing challenges.
WFYC October Webcast: How to Motivate and Retain Employees
Thursday, October 28 11:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
Employee retention and motivation is the number one issue in many nonprofit organizations today. The normal daily stressors workers face, combined with navigating COVID-19, can help create disengaged or burned-out employees. No matter how great your mission is, if your staff members are not engaged, you will not be able to reach your organizational goals. Employee engagement is key to retaining your great employees and attracting new ones. Join us for a conversation with Sonya Llewellyn from 501(C) Services on how to create or recreate employee engagement opportunities within your organizations.
Sonya Llewellyn, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is a 30+-year veteran of the human resources profession and has spent a majority of that career in the nonprofit sector. Currently Sonya serves as the Director of Program Development, for 501(c) – an organization that helps nonprofits leave the state unemployment insurance system and become reimbursing employers. She has vast experience dealing with discipline, documentation, investigations, the creation of policies and procedures and all things HR. She also develops and leads dozens of trainings annually concerning performance appraisals, wage and hour issues, hiring, employee engagement and HR risk management to name a few and works with more than 3000 nonprofit organizations across the US.
Sonya volunteers at several local nonprofits in Northern California and studied Social Work at San Jose State University and earned her certificate in Human Resources Management from the University of California Santa Cruz.
WFYC November Webcast: Think Like a Chief Revenue Officer
Thursday, November 18, 11:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
Social service organizations have plenty of passion. What they don’t always have is a diverse revenue stream to maintain and grow their organization. Traditional ways of raising funds are being replaced with a broad approach to find revenue from non-traditional sources. Is your organization maximizing its revenue generation potential? If not, you need to start thinking like a chief revenue officer.
Join WFYC for an engaging conversation on fundraising with Bernard Boudreaux, Co-Director of New Strategies, an organization that helps thousands of non-profit executives expand their revenue generation potential.
Bernard Boudreaux is the Director of the New Strategies for Nonprofit Leaders program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. In this role, he focuses on direct engagement with corporate and foundation partners, as well as the 1,000+ nonprofit leaders enrolled with New Strategies.
Prior to joining Georgetown University, Boudreaux was with Target Corporation for over 30 years, where he held various leadership roles, including Corporate Responsibility. Within Target’s corporate responsibility division, he oversaw regional philanthropy and volunteerism for local Target stores and distribution centers coast to coast, as well as led various initiatives focused on stakeholder engagement, diversity and inclusion, reputation management, and executive level board placement.
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