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CLA Webcast 8.28.14: Performance Reviews and Employee Development
Could adjusting the way you conduct performance reviews help to change the face of your organization?
Join Dr. Dan Bolin for an encore performance of his well received Christian Leadership Alliance Conference presentation “Using Performance Reviews to Develop People.” In this month’s CLA webcast presentation you will discover:
- How really knowing your employees can revolutionize your results
- How the Parable of the Talents provides insights into evaluating your staff
- How to evaluate character and performance, then properly manage the response
- Why what happens “before and after” a performance review are just as important as what happens “during”
When: August 28, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM CT / 9:00 AM PT
Focus Category: People Management and Care
All CLA Webcasts are free to anyone watching in real-time. For members, the webcasts are available on demand 24/7.
About Our Presenter
Dr. Dan Bolin has served in various capacities of Christian leadership for nearly 40 years. He is the International Director of Christian Camping International, an alliance of 20 Christian camp associations representing over 60 countries and 10.6 million campers annually.
Dan is an adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and a nationally-recognized speaker. He has authored 7 books including, How to Be Your Daughter’s Daddy and How to Be Your Wife’s Best Friend. Dan regularly shares on topics including leadership, marketing, management and other Biblical, ministry and professional endeavors. He also writes a weekly devotional blog entitled “Fresh Bread.”
Christian Leadership Alliance is grateful to the sponsor of this year’s webcast series, The National Christian Foundation.
Be sure to register today!
What is Christian Leadership Alliance?
Christian Leadership Alliance equips and unites leaders to transform the world for Christ. We are the leaders of Christ-centered organizations who are dedicated to faithful stewardship for greater kingdom impact.