DELP 2022 Session Selection Survey

Modified: June 13, 2022

2022 DELP x DELP Session Selection

The DELP X DELP team has curated two sessions based on topics that are relatable to everyone. See the two session options below and choose which one you would like to attend in the drop-down menu below.
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Session Option # 1 - Workforce Recruitment and Retention
In today’s association environment, the Great Resignation or Great Reshuffle is continuing to manifest itself in all areas of the association workforce. It is becoming increasingly competitive to attract or hire association professionals for almost the same reasons as those who are resigning or reshuffling. Employees are no longer content with the status quo. They want to work for an organization they can trust and that has a thoughtful perspective on the modern office. Learning Objectives - After this session, the attendee will gain an understanding on workforce environment trends leading up to the Great Resignation or Great Reshuffle. - After this session, the attendee will be equipped with Workforce Retention and Recruitment strategies on how we can build a better environment for employees to learn, lead, and thrive. Panelists Carlos Cardenas, CAE Director of Information Technology National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA) Jenifer Grady, MSLS, MBA, CAE Chief Operating Officer, Greater Nashville REALTORS Jacqualine Price Osafo, MBA, CAE Executive Director, Society of American Archivists
Session Option # 2 - I’m Over It…Periodt! Fostering Optimal Mental Wellness in the Post-COVID World
Burned out? The past two plus years have been just plain exhausting for everyone. At the top of the list is certainly COVID and the attendant health fears, but it’s been a veritable cavalcade of stress- and anxiety-inducing challenges ever since: lockdowns, shuttered businesses, virtual meetings, supply chain delays, staff shortages, social protests, school shootings, deaths, family stuff and inflation at a 40-year high. Bottom line: It’s OK to admit it’s been a struggle. Stress can wreck our lives, but it can also shape us in exciting and meaningful ways. Recognizing and affirming emotions is the first step toward addressing mental wellbeing, which allows us to show up intentionally for ourselves and those around us, in the face of the myriad factors that are out of our control. Your mental well-being plays a huge role in your physical health and well-being, and it should be prioritized. This session will include small group discussion as well as didactic information. Facilitators: Marvin Lindsey, MSW CEO Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois Denise Weathers Director, Membership & Marketing National Association for Gifted Children Nabil El-Ghoroury, PhD, CAE Association Executive and Consultant Learning Objectives: • Discover impacts of stress on mind and body • Recognize 3 symptoms that may require the assistance of a licensed professional • Identify 3 evidence-based practices and coping tools to foster mental well being

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