Didya catch last week’s webinar, “How Can Science Help You Engage Your Workforce”? Here’s a genius idea shared by UNC Charlotte’s Jack Flinchum and Natalie Wilde that can help bring different departments together when organizational silos are an issue. It’s not uncommon for individual departments to accomplish great things together, with every team member thriving and engaged in their work…all while having very real conflicts and miscommunication with other departments in the organization.
The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
In a few weeks we’ll be together at The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare, and we’ll have lots to talk about. We’ve put together a networking event for the first day that’ll really get the convo started.
It’s Monday—time again to share a tool, time-saver, or just-plain-genius idea that your colleagues and members of The Association have suggested and tested. Mondays are also special for the undersocialized dogs at Charleston Animal Society.
In her role as Division Manager at Grand Prairie Animal Services, Lily Yap brings deep knowledge of business management and an MBA from McCombs School of Business. “By combining passion with the structure of a strong, corporate business,” she says, “I believe we can make huge strides in supporting the animals and people in our community.
Need another great reason to join us in Chicago for The Association’s Spring 2022 Conference? Just ask Jo Sullivan of Houston SPCA. Along with Pursuant’s Matthew Mielcarek, she’ll be presenting Mid-Level, Sustainer, and Sophisticated Direct Response: How to Adapt to Shifting Donor Expectations as part of the Fundraising track.