This training location has reached capacity.However, you may wish to register for the same event being held in Orlando on March 17 and 18.
Strengthen and support staff in utilizing empowerment based advocacy
Model empowerment with staff
Support partnerships among program managers, advocates and survivors
Best practices‰Û¡ÌÝÌÒservice providers or social justice advocates?
How do our personal biases affect us as managers?
This 1 1/2 day Institute is designed especially for advocates in supervisory positions at all levels at domestic violence centers.
Using case studies and group working sessions, develop strategies to support our philosophy of consistent, daily work with survivors in shelter and in outreach that focuses on survivor safety. Assess whether we are service driven or survivor driven. How do we manage shelter policies within the framework of empowerment?
Transitions and change:
‰Û¡ÌÝÌÒhow do we manage change?
‰Û¡ÌÝÌÒare there special challenges in moving from staff to supervisor?
‰Û¡ÌÝÌÒhow to use coaching as a tool in supervision
Presenter: Kathleen Krenek
The executive director of Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence in Santa Clara County, California. She will share her expertise and experiences from over 31 years of non-profit leadership, including 16 years in domestic violence prevention and intervention.
Kathleen worked at the local level as well as the public policy director for the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, where she helped secure the largest funding increase for domestic violence services in Wisconsin history. From there she moved to the national level as director of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, where she led policy development, technical assistance to battered women‰Û¡ÌÝå»s programs across the country, and research into causation, intervention and strategies to eliminate domestic violence.