Your staff’s morale increases when you invest in their growth. When morale and growth increase, knowledge and compassion increases!
Workshops, in-services, and webinars by KovirPage allow you to invest in your staff’s and board of director’s professional development and well-being.
Frequently requested topics are on aspects of aging (dementias, hoarding, sleep, intimacy) and avoiding burnout (communication, boundaries, self-care, grief).
COVID Specials: Reopening Your Site, Stress-Anxiety-Depression, & Webinar Crash Courses.
#BlackLivesMatter Specials: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Annual Report? Done.
Basic marketing posts and flyers? Check.
Funder Research or Grant Proposal? Drafted.
Community education piece? 400 words for your local newspaper or blog.
Tech support? Got you covered there, too.
Coming soon: Bookkeeping!
We can help review and update your strategic plan, mission statement, vision statements, values. We can give you prompts as your team discusses the SWOT analysis and provide some template statements guiding your agency towards diversity and inclusion.
Our process encourages the involvement of clients, staff, executive team, and board members. KovirPage offers experience, education, and neutral facilitation for strategic planning sessions.
Stuck with something else? We specialize in client centered problem solving to help solve your unique problem.
Often, sites like you are strapped for staff so you are forced to learn how to wear yet another hat. We can coach you through the balance and provide accountability for actually learning and implementing your new skills.
MARIE GRESS, CEO, LMSW-MACRO
Marie is a licensed masters level social worker with specialties in macro practice and older adults. She’s been working with grassroots and community based non-profits for over 10 years. She had the pleasure of working with refugees at Bethany Christian Services as well as neighborhood ESL programs in the Grand Rapids area.
In Ann Arbor, she worked with low income neighborhoods and families not only in case management and social services, but she taught skill building and created legacy tools for the agency.
In Milan, she worked with senior centers and aging services to improve transit systems, home delivered meal systems, data collection and reporting, grant proposals, community education, marketing, facilitation, program development, and more.
She knows the tight budgets you are on, the many hats you wear, and the numbers of hours you put in (likely more than you report on your time sheet). She keeps our costs low by training interns and helping you fundraise. Can’t get better than that!