“Taking on Today: Success Strategies for Human Services Professionals in the New Normal” provides invaluable opportunities for the human-service professionals
In these times of shrinking budgets, it can be hard to find quality professional-development opportunities that both offer great value and also are affordable. The United Partners for Human Services (UPHS) has the answer for you!
UPHS is holding its 15th Annual Conference on Nonprofit Management and Leadership Wednesday, May 14 from 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Tallahassee Community College Workforce Development Center. The theme for this year's conference is “Taking on Today: Success Strategies for Human Services Professionals in the New Normal.”
This conference is just one of our programs designed to improve the delivery of human services in the Big Bend. UPHS is also proud to be able to partner with some of Tallahassee's finest institutions to provide such a wide range of workshop topics for continuing education credit to our members and others.
Participants will attend workshops facilitated by human services and business leaders who have volunteered to help board members, program staff, and administrators learn about innovative business strategies, and creative approaches to managing and navigating change.
The May 14 plenary lunch session features keynote speaker Mark O'Bryant, CEO of Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, who will speak on creating strategic roadmaps to help organizations thrive in the new change environment.
Among this year's workshops: “Tell the Story: Why Performance Measures Matter”; “Communication Across Generations”; and “Succeeding in the New Normal: Embracing Change and Opportunity.”
After the conference, at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 14, Tallahassee's legal community will offer human service agencies free, 45-minute legal consultations.
Admission is $65 for UPHS members; $85 for students with a student ID; and $100 for non-members. For a complete listing of the 15 workshops to be offered at the conference; and to register, visit www.uphsfl.org.
The United Partners for Human Services is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization representing 80 human service agencies in the Big Bend Region. UPHS advocates for human-service funding with local and state elected officials, and provides training and technical assistance to the Big Bend's not-for-profit human service agencies to improve program delivery.