Title: Chizuk Training Seminar
Date: Monday, April 7-Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Where: New York (JCC Association Offices, Manhattan)
Trainers: David Ackerman and Matt Abrams Gerber
Target: Chizuk Fellows and participating JCC Overnight Camp Directors
Description: The Chizuk seminar consists of an orientation to the program and to JCC camps, and explores the central topics, roles, and issues fellows typically encounter at camp. We will have program shares to “spread the wealth” of ideas and practices, and we will provide time for you to meet with your camp director to plan for the summer.
For the US-based fellows, we will hold the seminar in New York from April 7-8. We ask that out-of-town fellows arrive by Sunday evening, April 6 so we can start at 9am Monday morning, April 7. We will conclude by Tuesday, April 8 at 4pm so people can return home that evening. The Chizuk grant from AVI CHAI will cover your transportation and hotel expenses. All US-based Chizuk fellows are required to attend.
Title: Engaging Your Staff: Creating Effective Staff Training and Assessments
Date: April 10 at 1 pm eastern, 12 pm central, 11 am mountain, 10 am pacific
Trainers: Jodi Sperling and Shara Perlman
Target: Day Camp Staff
Description: Staff creates the culture at your camp. Through engaging them in their own journey of growth and development, your community will thrive. Best practices related to staff training pre-camp, during camp and using assessment tools to foster growth throughout the summer will be presented along with how to support your staff with issues that may impact their performance throughout the summer.
Title: Part Time Staff—Creating a Training Program for Non-Lifers at Your JCC
Date: April 24 – 2 pm eastern, 1 pm central, 12 pm mountain, 11 am pacific
Trainers: Brian Soileau & Joy Brand-Richardson
Target: JCC Staff who supervise part-time staff
Description: We all supervise staff that are not here for a very long haul, but mean so much to our bottom line. Learn how to create a training program for part-time staff to make them more engaged, excellent customer service champions, and expert salespeople for all of the programs in your facility. Help them to deliver vital results and increase their interest in your business.
Title: JCC Maccabi Spring Delegation Head Meeting
Date: April 27 – 28, 2014
What: In Person
Location: Katz JCC, Cherry Hill
Trainer: JCC Maccabi Games Team
Target: JCC Maccabi Delegation Heads
Title: Hosting Shlichim: A special call for Camp Professionals and Parents Hosting Israelis
Date: May 7 at 12 pm eastern, 11 am central, 10 am mountain, 9 am pacific
Trainers: Jodi Sperling and Osnat Zur
Target: Day Camp Staff and Host Families
Description: Are you hosting an Israeli camp staff member this summer? If you are, thank you, and MAZEL TOV! You are about to embark on a wonderful, life-changing experience for you and your family. By welcoming a shaliach (an Israeli emissary, or counselor) into your home, you are a critical part of their success. This session is designed for families who are hosting shlichim this summer, to discover strategies to welcome these guests into their homes and learn ways to have a meaningful experience for everyone. Camp directors and other JCC professionals are welcome to join the session as well.
Title: Developing the High Performance Work Team (Part 2 of the Greatness Webinar)
Date: May 21 – 2 pm eastern, 1 pm central, 12 pm mountain, 11 am pacific
Trainers: Scott Asalone & Jan Sparrow, ASGMC, Inc.
Target: Department Heads, Program Directors, Assistant Executive Directors who attended March 12
Description: With a reduction of resources the best non-profit organizations are turning to work teams to achieve greater productivity. The challenge of “work teams” is well known; some individuals feel they do all the work while others put out minimum effort. This session will focus on the five characteristics and best practices of outstanding work teams. Leaders will learn the latest research and specific applicable techniques for collaborating in a way that all individuals feel a real desire to contribute to the best of their ability.
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