You may have read last week’s blog about shelter populations increasing and numbers of animals transported out decreasing. If you are planning to start or resume a transport program, here are some practices to ensure the animals’ safety and comfort.
We’ve seen the stories – shelters all across the country are full, close to or beyond capacity. And we have the data to back that up.
Ever heard of a moonshot forum? This week we look at the next big thing in brainstorming. “A moonshot forum is a great way to encourage your team to think really, really big,” says positive psychology expert Josh Vaisman, CCFP, MAPPC.
The Division Manager at Grand Prairie Animal Services shares her leadership origin story—and explains that sometimes the best way to support your team is to take a step back. Like many of my colleagues in public service would say, money was never a top motivator for working towards a leadership position in animal welfare.
Last year she received the Kansas City Business Journal’s CFO of the Year award, and this year she stepped into a new leadership role. Read on for our chat about the Certified Animal Welfare Administrator program with the newly minted President of Wayside Waifs.
We wrapped up our Great Place to Work series recently with the always-insightful Tom Erb. In his webinar on Maximizing Employee Retention in a Highly Competitive Labor Market, the staffing guru shared tips for conducting more productive exit interviews.
Growing and maintaining success is a challenge that all shelters face. This challenge becomes even more daunting when you add in unexpected environmental factors—such as a global pandemic.