Breakfast Workshop   |  February 19th at 8:00 am

Don’t miss our February Breakfast Workshop with Keynote Speaker, Hugh Brown as he discusses how to create a culture to attract and retain high performing employees and volunteers.

The Williamson County Institute for Excellence in Nonprofits presents this amazing breakfast workshop for Executive Directors, Board Members, HR Directors, Volunteer Coordinators, and other senior leaders in your nonprofit organization.

The key to success in recruiting and retaining high performing employees and volunteers is to create a workplace culture where people feel valued and want to do their part to fulfill your mission. In this session, you will learn very specific, actionable steps that leaders in non-profit organizations can take.

The workshop is presented by Hugh Brown, CEO of St. David’s Georgetown Hospital (Part of St. David’s Healthcare, 2014 Malcom Baldrige National Quality Award Winner) from 8:00 to 9:00 am.

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Helping nonprofit organizations improve productivity and effectiveness

The Williamson County Institute for Excellence in Nonprofits, Inc. empowers organizations to identify strategies that enable it to advance its mission.  We help nonprofit organizations identify their strengths, opportunities for improvement, diagnose overall performance management systems, and assess improvement efforts.  By engaging the Board and staff throughout the process, we encourage them to set priorities for implementation, establish measurable goals, and create action plans that drive results.  The Institute accomplishes this through a collection of processes and outcomes.

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