Keynote Speaker: Rochelle Anderson
Staying on Track and Being Mindful in a Distracted World
This hour will be filled with laughter, skill building, wonderment, encouragement, and inspiration!
Rochelle Anderson is a Mental Health Therapist and Professional Life Coach. She has years of experience helping individuals to find their compass, stay on track, and discover meaning in their lives. We live in a very distracted world; technology, schedules, expectations, and emotions can rule our day to day. What if you had the tools to regulate your day/week/months to feel fulfilled and whole? Would your life be better and more balanced? When we can identify stress, explore your emotional mind, understand the power of change, and be responsibility to Self; we will have the most powerful tools to bring change to our lives. This, simply put, whether at work or at home, is learning how to regulate your emotional state. We have emotions and they can make or break us. We cannot remove them, they are hard wired. But most people don’t realize that if they embrace and practice using certain tools, they will have the power and the control of their thoughts, feelings and behaviors which in turn can increase how they work, think, and care.
Social Media and Your Organization…Why all the hype? Because it Works!
Nicole Rasmussen, MN School of Business
Whatever your experience, come to this exciting session about the ways in which your agency can use social media to increase awareness, educate the community, get assistance, and spread your message. Popular media to be explored include Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Squidoo, Google+, and many others. You will leave this session with valuable information and tools that can be used right away.
Top Trends in Volunteerism
Charlotte Strei, RSVP St. Cloud/Sherburne County, MAVA Presentation
The MAVA experts share the Top Trends in Volunteerism. Keep up on the trends, what Boomer Volunteers are looking for and what the new model of volunteerism might look like. Here are 12 best
practices developed by the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA) to effectively engage the wealth of volunteer resources that the Boomers and generations that follow offer.
Who, What, When, Why & How of Background Checks
Many of us wonder if we are covering our basis with the volunteer background checks. Here’s a chance to get additional information on background checks and ask your questions.
Child Protection/Vulnerable Adults and Mandated Reporting Sara Stenseng, LSW, Intake Supervisor, Sherburne County Health and Human Services
What are our roles and responsibilities as far as mandated reporting? What about your volunteers? It’s crucial that they know what they must report. Sara shares a wealth of knowledge from her many years of service in the Health and Human Services field at the county level.
Versatile Decorating Techniques for Work and Home
Volunteer gifts that you create yourself using decorating techniques and ideas. Dollar Store ideas! Ways to jazz up your event tables at Volunteer Recognitions. Décor ideas for work and home that cost less, but are more YOU!
If you supervise or work with volunteers, this full day Volunteer Management training will help you gain the tools you need!
This training is provided by Volunteer Bridge of Elk River, an alliance of volunteer leaders from agencies in the Sherburne County area.
More Info? 763-635-4505.