Creating and Sustaining a Great Place to Work Workshop

Event Date

Friday, May 19, 2017 -
8:30am to 12:00pm


Child and Family Resources
2800 E. Broadway Blvd.

Is your organization a great place to work? Want to make it even better?

Great places to work take time, skill, and strong systems to build. This workshop is designed to give you the tools and tactics you need to build those systems.

Attending this interactive workshop will help you create, improve, and sustain an organizational culture that your people will want to participate in every day. 

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn why positive organizational culture is the key to success
  • Recognize the bedrock organizational systems that support or undermine great culture
  • Examine and challenge your own assumptions about employee behavior that could be undermining your efforts to create a great place to work
  • Assess your own organization using several key metrics of a great place to work
  • Develop new skills for productively resolving internal conflict with integrity
  • Create an action plan for transforming your organization to an even better place to work – and keeping it there

Who should attend?

  • Nonprofit CEOs, senior- and middle-management leaders
  • Participants in the Eller Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Programs

Co-facilitators: Patti Caldwell, organizational development consultant and former CEO of Our Family Services, and Michael Mandel, Lecturer in Business Communication, The Eller College of Management.

Cost: The cost for this special workshop is $150 per person, or $125 if you have completed the Eller Nonprofit Leadership Certificate. Organizations are encouraged to send multiple people, in order to achieve the biggest impact. The cost for 2-4 persons from the same organization is $120 per person, and for 5-10 persons, the cost is $90 per person. A maximum of 40 participants can attend, so register as soon as you can!

For more information: Contact Cindi Gilliland at

Register now!