2019 Membership Meeting & Executive Director Leadership Institute - September 10-11, Durham, NC

New this year at the Executive Directors' Leadership Institute (EDLI) – ALL NCCADV Members are encouraged to attend.  The EDLI portion of the meeting now offers a Leadership Development Track for Supervisors & Future Leaders in addition to the Executive Director Track. Our EDLI Committee and Training Team are excited to offer this educational opportunity to all Members. This is a Members Only event. For more information about membership see our Join NCCADV webpage.

NCCADV’s Annual Membership Meeting & Executive Director Leadership Institute (EDLI) is a 2 day-long event that brings together NCCADV’s Members from across North Carolina. Over the course of 2 days our Members have the opportunity to connect and network, develop critical leadership skills, receive updates on NCCDAV’s activities, and provide input on NCCADV’s work.

Day 1: Tuesday, September 10

All Day EDLI: Building (& Keeping) Your Dream Team

**Open to ALL NCCADV Members interested in strengthening existing & developing new leadership skills.

Building (& Keeping) Your Dream Team

Two of the most common staffing challenges we hear Executive Directors name are finding quality applicants and high turnover.  There are steps and skills that you can use to help address these challenges. During the 2019 EDLI portion of the Membership Meeting Meredith Emmett & Heather Yandow of Third Space Studio will explore the types of leadership choices and skills can help you to build and maintain the team you dream of. Topics will include:

  • Keeping Staff Motivated
  • Hiring and Keeping Superstars
  • Supervising Marginalized Staff

We are offering 2 Tracks of Building (& Keeping) Your Dream Team:

Track 1: Executive Directors

Track 2: Supervisors & Future Leaders (open to all NCCADV Members who are not currently Executive Directors)

Day 2: Wednesday, September 11

Morning: Membership Meeting

Our 2019 Membership Meeting will include:

  • Participating in a strategic planning conversation facilitated by Third Space Studio’s Heather Yandow.
  • Learn what you need to know about Medicaid Expansion
  • Our upcoming Needs Assessment process

Afternoon: Domestic Violence & Homelessness

Housing is often cited among the reasons victims stay in abusive relationships making housing resources a critical. During this session, facilitated by our partners at the North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness, participants will learn about a variety of resources available to victims of domestic violence and how to support victim/survivors gaining access to these resources. 

We are offering 2 Tracks of Domestic Violence and Homelessness (you will select a track during the registration process):

Track 1 – Introduction to Housing for Domestic Violence Advocates

  • Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
  • Types of available homelessness services
  • Overview of coordinated entry

Track 2 – Improving Coordination between Domestic Violence Agencies & Housing Resources (attendees with a working knowledge of HUD, available services, and coordinated entry)

  • Review of HUD
  • Continuum of Care (CoC) structures and programs
  • Discuss advocates’ challenges and solutions related to finding permanent housing

Event Properties

Event Date 09-10-2019 8:30 am
Event End Date 09-11-2019 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 07-25-2019
Capacity 80
Cut off date 09-02-2019 11:55 pm
Individual Price FREE - Members Only Event
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