Workshop: Managing for High Performance
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Workshop: Managing for High Performance

David E. Hunter, Author of Working Hard, Working Well: A Practical Guide to Performance Management, came to Charleston to speak for an afternoon and so many that were present wanted to hear more. In this deeper dive into what a High Performing Non-Profit Organization looks like, Hunter will cover critical ground on how to assess where your organization is today and how to make progress on the journey toward ever high performance.

7/21/2016
When: Thursday, July 21, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
9:00 AM
Where: Metanoia (St. Matthew Baptist Church)
2005 Reynolds Avenue
North Charleston, South Carolina  29405
United States
Contact: Metanoia

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David E. Hunter, Author of Working Hard, Working Well: A Practical Guide to Performance Management, came to Charleston to speak for an afternoon and so many that were present wanted to hear more.  In this deeper dive into what a High Performing Non-Profit Organization looks like, Hunter will cover critical ground on how to assess where your organization is today and how to make progress on the journey toward ever high performance.  

THE GOAL - To move Tri-County non-profit and philanthropic leaders towards valuing ‘growth outcomes-oriented management’ models for their efforts in order to drive real impact.

THE OPPORTUNITY - To assist non-profits and philanthropists in determining what area to concentrate their efforts in order to achieve high performance, the Performance Imperativewas developed. And then knowing where improvement opportunities like, Results-based Accountability has come into widespread use as the means to move toward high performance. Attend the series and you can learn about both!

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.  

Below is an outline of the day. For this opportunity to be most helpful, your organization will need its senior leadership and key board members to attend.

Part I: Morning Session: 

  • Defining and Qualifying Performance Management: What it is and what it is not.
  • The Data of Performance Management
  • The Essence of a Robust Performance Management Data System
  • The Uses of Performance Data (Strategic and Tactical)
  • The Six Essential Aspects of a High Performance Culture.

Part II (afternoon):  Workshops

  1. A.     Designing short-term outcomes:  the ladders of progression management
  2. B.     Progression management in the delivery of social services – performance data, data review and analysis, accountability for implementing changes at the organizational and program levels 

Guided self-management for frontline staff and/or volunteers.


Organized by:

Blackbaud, Social Venture Partners Charleston, Tri-County Cradle to Career, Coastal Community Foundation, Trident United Way, Metanoia, WINGS for Kids