Gathering Waters offers workshops, training opportunities, an annual conference, and other services to all land trust practitioners in Wisconsin. Currently planned learning opportunities are listed below. Questions, feedback, and suggestions are most welcome and can be directed to Meg Domroese, Land Trust Program Director.
March 7-9, 2019 at Green Lake Conference Center
Ask-An-Expert Call Series
Navigating Multiple Generations in the Workplace on January 25, 2019 at 11:00 am Central
Different generations are characterized by distinctive work ethics, communication preferences, and attitudes toward what makes work satisfying. Join Marcia Nicholson, human resources director at the Land Trust Alliance, for insights into embracing generational differences for your land trust’s success, and navigating the intermittent challenges of having up to five generations working together.
We will discuss tips to manage your multi-generational land trust, including:
- Handling common multi-generational workplace challenges
- Encouraging effective communication
- Attracting talent to your staff and board from various generations
- Creating a multi-generational roadmap for your organization
To register for this conference call, please email email@example.com with your organization name, participant names, and email addresses. We will send you call-in information. Registration closes on Wednesday, January 23, 2019.
Gathering Waters, along with the Land Trust Alliance and Michigan's Heart of the Lakes, are pleased to offer a series of free Ask-An-Expert calls that are easy to fit into your busy day.
The Land Trust Alliance hosts webinars throughout the year. With a click of a mouse, participants have immediate access to the best minds in the field of conservation, governance, and organizational management without the hassle and expense of travel.
For dates and topics, check the Alliance's webinar schedule.