Showing posts from August 1, 2019

TODAY: Quality management in human services

Change management strategies to create a culture of excellence Known Unknowns: Compliance, Risk Aversion, & Change Thursday, August 1 | 2 pm ET / 11 am PT  Your agency strives to achieve the best possible outcomes for your clients — but as you face strict regulation from government, payors, or funders, those requirements can often lead to a risk-averse culture where compliance becomes the overwhelming focus. This webinar will help you use regulations to develop a consistent operations framework that leads to excellence. What you will learn Understand the difference between compliance and quality See examples of how risk elimination does not equal excellence Use regulations as a launching point for outstanding client service Discover the change management principles that can help you transform a risk averse culture to go beyond compliance and aim for excell

Free Fly Fishing, Free Wildland Fire Fighter Training, USDA Veteran Farmer/Rancher Aid

Montana is Training Veterans to Fight Fires #VetResources  - for Veterans, their Families, Caregivers, and Survivors Tweet new resources at  #VetResources Subscribe to #VetResources Serenity, Connection and Free Fly Fishing  On the waterways of our great nation, Veterans hardened from service and sacrifice, are feeling peace, joy and an emotional connection—often for the first time in a long time. Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) provides free fly fishing classes and trips to both Veterans who have never fly fished before, and seasoned Veteran anglers.  Which military post offers the best bass fishing? LEARN MORE USDA Announces $16-million Available to Organizations Serving Veterans The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced up to $16-million in available funding to help Veteran and socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers

Youth eMessages, Vol. 16 - July Issue

Vol. 16, July Issue