Webinar Pricing & Guidelines
Each webinar will require separate registration and will hold up to 30 seats each.
Each webinar is $75.00 USD. Payment will be made using PayPal (no PayPal account required). We will be accepting online credit card registrations only – no checks will be accepted. Staff will be unable to manually register any participant. Registrations are also non-transferable.
Prior to beginning your webinar, make sure you have Zoom downloaded onto your laptop/desktop or whatever device you will be using. (laptop/desktop will provide a better user experience). A link to install Zoom on your computer will be included in your registration confirmation.
Webinars will be 2 hours each running from 1:00pm-3:00pm EST (10:00am-12:00pm PST) and will earn 1 CMC Education or 1 MMC Advanced Education point upon completion of a require learning assessment. Certificates of completion will be issued immediately online to those who complete the learning assessment successfully (70% or better).
Webinar facilitator is Jim Ognibene, NEMCIA faculty and owner of Visioneer Learning. For his bio, please see www.visioneerconsulting.com
Please be sure to check your calendar prior to registering. Reach out with your questions. We are here to help!
Email us here or call: Jim @ 978-766-8042
TOWN HALL, SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS, USA
How Clerks Can Lead Through Influence
Wednesday, Aug 5, 1pm – 3pm ET
Influence is subtle, yet incredibly powerful. You can order someone to do a task, but you cannot order them to do their best. It simply does not work and usually has the opposite effect. You can influence people to do their best by providing a strong, motivating example in addition to positive reinforcement. Leadership addresses tasks, while influence addresses attitudes and awareness. Influence is the soul of leadership.
Not everyone is on the same intellectual, maturity, compliance, or motivational level. Different people are motivated by different things, and this must be taken into account if one is to be a great leader. Communications experts consider it critical to tailor your message to your “target audience.” It is the followers that you want to motivate and influence and you cannot do that if you don’t know whom you are trying to motivate or influence. Learn how to be an excellent influencer!
Negotiation Skills to Hold Others Accountable
Wednesday, Aug 19th, 1pm – 3pm
Do you get want you want and need in your day to day business conversations or do you find yourself conceding more often than you wish? Every conversation is in essence a negotiation. At its core, understanding and applying negotiation principles help us communicate constructively, create a positive frame of reference, and help open up as many options as possible. We will learn to create a conversation around designing a complete list of possible options before jumping to what may be premature and insufficient immediate solutions. When people trust each other, they are more likely to communicate accurately their needs, positions, and the facts of the situation. In contrast, when people do not trust each other, they are more likely to engage in positional bargaining, to use threats, and to commit themselves to tough positions. We will look at how to assess and understand the feelings and attitudes of all parties, and how they may bias our interactions while negotiating. This course will have a powerful impact on your day to day conversations!
Project Management for Clerks in An Election Year
Thursday, Sept 10, 1pm – 3pm ET
In the past few decades, we have discovered something incredible: the principles that have been used to create enormous successes in large projects can be applied to projects of any size to create amazing success. As a result, many are expected understand project management techniques and how to apply them to election polling. Project management can help with finding, scheduling, and paying workers, training, and all issues overseeing the election. The Project Management workshop will give participants an overview of the entire project management process, as well as key project management tools that they can use every day.
Supervisory Skills for Clerks
Thursday, Sept 17, 1pm – 3pm ET
In this session, we will answer these questions:
- What is supervision?
- What skills are required of today’s leader?
- How is leadership different from management?
- What are the core skills needed for supervising others?
- What can a supervisor do to build both competence and confident in her/his team?
- What can a supervisor do to increase the level of engagement of his/her team and the culture at large?
- This session is particularly helpful for those new to supervision but will include content relevant to seasoned supervisors as well.
Thursday, Sept 24, 1pm – 3pm ET
This course provides both techniques and practice in preparing, organizing, and delivering effective oral presentations. Participants will learn skillful delivery after designing the most appropriate training materials for their audience. Organizing thoughts in a logical and concise manner with a systematic design and structure of your content is key to successful delivery. We will review the pros and cons of various training modalities to use when: lecture, powerpoint, handouts, etc. The course explores body language; the use of voice volume, pitch, rate, and quality as assets to speaking and a segment on how to use technology seamlessly for the greatest punch.
Performance Management for Clerks
Thursday, October 1, 1pm - 3pm ET.
According to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, performance management consists of five components: “Planning work and setting expectations, continually monitoring performance, developing the capacity to perform, periodically rating performance in a summary fashion, and rewarding.” Effective management would ensure proper behaviors are being executed, which would in turn produce favorable results. To this end, we will discuss these topics in the online workshop.
- Clearly identify the job’s purpose as well as the duties associated with it.
- Determine goals and how to measure outcomes.
- Characterize the standard of performance for critical aspects of the position.
- Discuss employee performance and provide feedback both informally and formally through annual reviews.
- Keep track of performance records.
- If necessary, create an improvement plan to better employees’ performance.