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Managing Up, Down, and All Around

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14 E. Central Street

Natick, MA 01760

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Managing Up, Down, and All Around—A Workshop for People Who Are Relatively New Managers and Who Want to Strengthen Their Management Skills

Becoming a manager for the first time is an exciting point in your career. Often, however, when you step into this role you have not received any formal management training. Join Ann Silverman of Ann L. Silverman Consulting for a workshop that will help you identify the management skills you already have as well as new ones you wish to gain. The goals of the workshop are to:

1. Help new managers reflect on the skills that they have to manage their team
2. Help new managers to begin to build/strengthen their own management skills, and
3. Motivate new managers to become leaders

Attendees should come ready to participate as this workshop will be highly interactive and discussion-based.

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This workshop is most appropriate for first-time mangers who are relatively new to their role.

**PLEASE NOTE: If this event has a wait list, Foundation for MetroWest will prioritize giving tickets to nonprofit board members, staff, and/or volunteers of MetroWest serving nonprofit organizations.

Presenter:

Ann L Silverman provides organizational development, nonprofit management, community development and affordable housing consulting services. Ann has worked with nonprofits, foundations, public agencies and residents of affordable housing for more than thirty-five years. Ann’s experiences as a founding Executive Director, project manager, and funder make her particularly well suited to address the challenges and opportunities that small to mid-sized organizations face.

Ann leads executive and senior management searches for community development corporations and funders in New England and sometimes beyond. She coaches and trains leaders and people seeking careers in community development and nonprofit management. Ann assesses organizations, particularly during times of growth and changes.

Ann holds a BA in Urban Studies from Vassar College, a Master in City and Regional Planning from University of North Carolina, and a Master in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School. She resides in Boston.



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