Thu, Sept 24|
WEBINAR - Creating Client Centred and Community Responsive Settlement Services
Learn how you can forge more productive relationships with your clients, community and businesses.
Time & Location
Sept 24, 2020, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT
About the Event
CREATING CLIENT-CENTRED AND COMMUNITY RESPONSIVE SETTLEMENT AGENCIES
This webinar ddresses how settlement agencies can be more responsive to both their clients and the community at large. The webinar will draw from the facilitator's experiences as a former worker in several settlement serving agencies, board member, business owner and consultant. Approaching the subject from an honest, objective, critical and holistic lens, the facilitator will present participants with new ways of viewing issues resulting in strengthening the relevancy of their mission by improving service delivery and enhancing community accountability.
Evelina Silveira is the President of Diversity at Work Communications Training located in London, Ontario. Her business has received 7 awards for their work in diversity, workplace inclusion and equity. She is the author of two globally endorsed books, The No-Nonsense Guide to Workplace Inclusion and Diversity and Inclusion on a Budget. Her expertise rests in cultural competency, anti-bullying and Language Coaching for English as a Second Language Professionals.
The webinar will cover 4 major themes
1. Client-Centred Services
- To understand the differences between Empowering and Enabling Clients and how it impacts their settlement outcomes.
- To discuss the importance of urgency and meeting clients’ needs
2. Board & Employee Development
- To receive tips for recruiting strong board members
- To understand common pitfalls faced by settlement agencies and how to avoid them.
- Key topics to include in the onboarding of all employees and board members with a focus on professional and Canadian workplace practices
3. Developing Reciprocal Relationships with Business
- To provide examples of how involving businesses in your agency can strengthen service delivery and increase client satisfaction.
- To gain insight into how to maintain and respect business contacts.
4. Working with Your Local Community
- To receive recommendations about programs/seminar topics that respond to community concerns while addressing the needs of refugees and immigrants.
- To gain suggestions for responding to media inquiries when refugees/immigrants receive negative press.
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