Organizational Resilience and COVID-19: Thriving, Surviving or Demise In 2021
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About the Event
Non-profit organizations face many internal and external challenges which have been amplified by the turbulence of COVID-19. The pandemic is not a “one and done” event. Organizational and social changes driven by COVID-19 are significant, and many will continue for the foreseeable future. As the environment continues to evolve, the survival of many nonprofits is at risk. Thriving in the coming months will require nonprofits to innovate and build high levels of organizational resilience. This workshop will outline strategies to help your nonprofit thrive in this era of COVID-19.
About the Speaker
Anthony M. Zipple, Sc.D., M.B.A. is an expert in improving individual, team, and organizational performance. During his 40-year career, Dr Zipple has served as a senior executive for three nationally prominent behavioral health organizations and held positions as a full-time professor, senior academic researcher, CARF accreditation surveyor, and public administrator. He has helped individuals, teams and nonprofit organizations across the United States as well as in Asia and the Middle East find their best paths forward and thrive.
Dr. Zipple is an adjunct professor at Eastern Kentucky University, a consultant with the Rutgers University Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, and an Executive in Residence at the University of Louisville’s School of Public Health & Information Sciences. Dr. Zipple received his doctorate in Rehabilitation Counseling from Boston University and his MBA from the University of New Hampshire. He is a licensed psychologist and has published more than 65 articles, monographs, and book chapters. Dr. Zipple is the recipient of the Irv Rutman and John Beard Awards from the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and the Hall-Render Leadership in Healthcare Award.