Webinar: Quarantine Leadership

Webinar: Quarantine Leadership

About This Campaign

Webinar: Quarantine Leadership
Friday, April 17th at 1pm

Goodwill of Western MO & Eastern KS' Chief Mission Officer, Laura Ritterbush and Sandler Training's President, Dan Stalp, will share their strategies for leading in times of uncertainty in an interactive conversation with attendees. 

With most everyone working from home – this can create another challenge to leading our people. Disruption can impact our employee’s:

  • Paradigm: how you can help your team be better, versus bitter.

  • Productivity: what strategies can you use to help to get things done.

  • Planning: adaptation to resources, norms, and routines can be a skill set.

During this interactive session, you will discover how to: 

  • Redirect marketplace disruption from negatively impacting our company or our employees;

  • Suggest ways to be working on ourselves as individuals, rather than feeling helpless;

  • Remain open to how this trial is providing ways to do things better - beyond getting back to normal;

  • Set short term goals without pretending “business as usual”

  • Continue a culture of accountability without physically seeing one another.

RSVP today and provide your email address to receive the link to the Zoom meeting room by 10am CST on Friday, April 17th. 

Location / Venue

  • Time:
  • Apr 17, 2020 01:00 pm to
  • Apr 17, 2020 02:00 pm
Goodwill of Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas

Campaign to Support Goodwill of Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas

Goodwill of Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas (Goodwill) empowers people to discover their potential and adapt for the future through the power of work. We help job seekers throughout the entire employment continuum; we support individuals in engaging the workforce, retaining work, gaining skills, and advancing their careers. In 2019, more than 3,500 individuals gained job skills and 849 people earned employment.

Goodwill provides workforce development services, job training, and employment in 82 counties across western Missouri and eastern Kansas, focusing our programs in the following counties: Jackson, Clay, Platte, Wyandotte, and Johnson. We support individuals with different abilities and disadvantaging conditions, such as persons with physical challenges or cognitive disorders, limited education and work history, criminal backgrounds, underemployment or unemployment, or a situational barrier such as lack of transportation or housing.

We believe every person deserves the opportunity to work. Employment is more than a paycheck. It is independence, agency, dignity, and equality. Jobs empower people to support themselves and their loved ones, pursue life goals, and participate in their communities. 

Goodwill impacts lives through three strategies customized to meet participants’ unique needs:

● Our donated goods retail model provides employment, career planning, and upskilling through the recycling and reselling of material donations in our stores. 

● Our commercial and government contracts offer case management and employment for individuals with a different ability. 

● Our employment services and workforce development programs provide job training, job coaching, career placement, and ongoing retention supports for people with severe barriers to employment.

Over our 125 years, we have served over 617,000 people, provided over 23,000,000 services and secured over 202,000 jobs. 

For more information email donation@mokangoodwill.org or call 816.842.7425.

Goodwill Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas: 800 E. 18th Street. Kansas City, MO 64108   www.mokangoodwill.org