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April 6, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am EDT$35
Have you suddenly found yourself managing teams of staff members working remotely, or in a blended environment with some on-site and others remote? Are some staff carrying too much of the load while others are not working hard enough? In this 90 minute workshop we will cover key methods for supervising remote or blended teams. We will cover a method commonly used by major tech corporations such as Google as well as national nonprofit organizations: Objectives and Key Results. We will also cover how to shift performance management systems to complement the OKR approach to supervision and how to engage and build strong teams in a remote environment.
In this workshop, participants will:
- Participants will learn how to move away from managing the quantity of work towards managing the quality of work
- Participants will learn how to link Objectives and Key Results to performance management systems
- Participants will learn to build team camaraderie using a variety of methods suitable for digital engagement
As a consultant to mission-based organizations for nearly two decades, Molly Penn has deep experience working across many aspects of the nonprofit sector – including community development, education, human service, social justice and the arts – to help organizations become stronger and have a greater impact. She is often hired for her strong and engaging meeting facilitation skills, in which all voices are heard. Molly has consulted to both foundations and nonprofit organizations, including Helmsley Charitable Trust, Ford Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and many others. She began her professional life on staff at a large NYC nonprofit as well as held senior staff positions at various smaller organizations. She has an MBA in Management from Fordham University, a Masters from Columbia University and a BA from Bard College. She is Lean and Hogan certified and trained as a professional coach. Molly serves on the board of the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. She lives in Manhattan.
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