About the webinar

Level: Introductory

From recruitment to onboarding building an inclusive team requires thoughtful planning and strategy. This webinar, part of the Effectively Managing Supportive Housing Teams series, explores ways supervisors can develop and adopt strategies that promote and foster inclusion, from creating an equitable hiring strategy, setting team members up success in the most important first 90 days on the job and how to work collaboratively with your team to integrate and support new team members.

Learning Goals

In this webinar you will:

  • Create an effective onboarding program

  • Adopt hiring strategies that promote diversity and inclusion

  • Promote a culture of collaboration and inclusion within your team

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Bonus material

Included in your purchase

  • Free Self-Paced Course

    This course includes a bonus self-paced course on Four Stages of Team Development. Available immediately after purchase.

  • Supervisor Workbook

    This course includes a downloadable supervisor workbook to accompany this session. Includes key discussion points and activities.

Instructor(s)

Director, Southwest Brooke Page

Brooke Page is a strategic thinker and solutions-focused advocate with 20+ years of experience in human service administration to include nonprofit, state, and local government program management and administration. As the Director of the southwest geography at CSH, Brooke is responsible for managing and delivering technical assistance with a focus on engaging systems, aligning resources to create new units of supportive housing (SH) and ensuring the delivery of equitable and quality services for individuals and families who have complex barriers that impact access to housing. Brooke is working to elevate CSH’s field operations and policy advocacy efforts within multiple sectors of care to showcase emerging practices that support long term housing solutions for people with complex barriers to housing.

Associate Director, Ohio Terri Power

Terri Power is the Associate Director of the CSH Ohio office. She has 13 years experience supervising supportive housing staff and over 30 years experience providing and supervising high quality services in a variety of social service settings. She has specific expertise in quality improvement policies and procedures, and Medicaid billing requirements. She loves training and coaching because she is thoroughly committed to improving skills and expanding knowledge of service providers.

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