Nov 20, 2020
You may have noticed that your employees all need support from you in different ways. We all have our own unique strengths, weaknesses, and quirks -- How can you lead your team to effectively support and empower each individual to do their best work? This week on the Nonprofit Jenni Show, we chat with Alycia Halladay from the Autism Science Foundation about employing individuals with autism. We also revisit a conversation with Meredith Benton from the Healing Trust with advice on developing a supportive work culture.
Jenni also invites you to “pick her brain” about your year-end fundraising plans, relationships with business partners, and any other marketing or fundraising challenges you need help with. Schedule a call with Jenni at calendly.com/nonprofitjenni or check out her mini-courses and templates at nonprofitjenni.com/coursesandmore.
Our podcast guests this week are:
--Alycia Halladay from the Autism Science Foundation (autismsciencefoundation.org)
Read the policy brief here: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.autism-insar.org/resource/resmgr/files/policybriefs/2018-insar_policy_brief.pdf
--Meredith Benton from the Healing Trust (healingtrust.org)
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Music by Emily Summers.
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