Length: 53 Min

Pricing:
Members = Free
Non-Members = $79
[Join | Login]

Presenter(s):
Susan Comfort

Powered by:
 
 
 

Team Care, not Self-Care: Surviving in an Era of Burnout

This session helps organizations build more effective work-teams. We'll examine our self-care strategies and turn them into "team-care" to support our allies and teammates. Utilizing audience challenges, humor, and brain science, Susan’s webinar will help each participant understand how they can juice up their team's productivity as well as their collective joy and impact.

Since we must support each other through our stressful nonprofit work ... tools, tips and best practices will be demonstrated (and downloaded) on how to build connection and camaraderie within teams.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Practice three new skills for burnout prevention
  2. Share tools for building cultures of team-care and well-being
  3. Learn brain science behind stress & nervous system management

Course Format

This course is the recording of a live webinar and contains the slides and full audio from the original presentation (including Q & A sessions). Only a reasonably current version of FlashPlayer is needed to run this recording (most computers already have this installed).

About the Presenter(s)

Susan Comfort’s 25 years in nonprofits focus on fundraising, org development, and culture-building. She’s fighting burnout in the nonprofit sector before it burns us all down.

Susan has served key (read: stressful) roles in leadership at Environmental Working Group, EnviroCitizen, GreenCorps/AmeriCorps, KaBOOM!, Playworks, and BoardSource, plus other social change, volunteer and political gigs over the years.

She’s a mom of teens, a proud Tar Heel, and digs yoga.

Comfort Consulting and Nonprofit Wellness were created in 2018 to create cultures of well-being among nonprofit change-makers.














Advertising
Fundraising Guide
"Help us raise money!" That's the plea we at the Society for Nonprofits hear most often... Read More
Grant Newsletter

Feedback | Contact Info | More Society

Copyright © 1999-2019 | Society for Nonprofits | All Rights Reserved

SNPO