Welcome to our new feature, “How I Got Here,” that digs into the career path and development of an animal welfare professional and member of The Association. Much appreciation to Stephanie Kendrick, Hawaiian Humane’s Director of Community Engagement, for sharing her experiences for this first post of the series.
As the immediate Past Chair, Brad Shear welcomes and introduces the newly elected Board of Directors, as voted in during The Association’s annual business meeting, held last month at The Fall Conference. Here’s his special message to them.
This week’s tip challenges a common feedback technique you may want to take off the menu. Ever served up—or been given—a feedback sandwich? This conventional model for sharing feedback involves cushioning constructive or critical feedback between two instances of positive feedback.
After 22 years, Bruce Roney is stepping down as President & CEO of the Ottawa Humane Society (OHS). I have known Bruce for most of those years, and have had many opportunities to see the difference he has made for animal welfare.
When South Suburban Humane Society’s CEO, Emily Klehm, posted the above photo in The Association’s members-only Facebook group, her colleagues in the field were not stingy with the Love button. The Sunshine Cart is perfect for kicking off our new regular feature, Bright Ideas.