Angelo State University’s Consultation and Research Institute (CRI) will present a continuing education seminar for managers/directors of nonprofit organizations on Thursday, April 7, and again on Wednesday, April 27, in the Houston Harte University Center, 1910 Rosemont Drive.

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Titled “Managing Employee Performance in Nonprofit Organizations,” the seminar will run from 2-4 p.m. on both April 7 and April 27 in the Nasworthy Suite on the second floor of the University Center.

It is designed to provide information and tips on managing employees to achieve the best productivity and outcomes for nonprofit agencies. Activities will include a group presentation followed by smaller break-out sessions and then an “idea share” of the conclusions and results from the break-out sessions.

Cost for the seminar is $40 per organization, and each organization may bring up to four individuals. To achieve the best group experience, each participating organization is encouraged to send at least two representatives.

For more information and/or to register for the seminar, go online to www.angelo.edu/cri-seminar. Seating is limited and advance registration is required.

The CRI, formerly the CareGiver Research Institute, is a component of ASU’s Center for Community Wellness, Engagement and Development. It offers a variety of organizational consultation services to the West Texas region and beyond in three primary areas:

  • Patient safety and engagement in all types of health care environments
  • Psychological health, satisfaction and personal well-being for employees
  • Outcome analysis and human resource management in nonprofit agencies

Individualized consulting services are also available to organizations from all industry groups in areas such as employee selection and training, performance management and organizational behavior. The CRI director is Dr. Kraig Schell, ASU professor of psychology.

More details are available at www.angelo.edu/services/communitywed/CRI/ or by contacting Schell at 325-486-6128 or kraig.schell@angelo.edu.