Leadership during COVID-19: Finances & Team Morale [Webinar]

In this webinar, we have our special guest Amanda Shroyer walk us through how her team is working to build a sense of community, what they are doing to support teachers, and talk about some of the challenges they have overcome while reopening.

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🔍 Key Takeaways from Amanda Shroyer

Tips from Amanda:

  • Feedback is key – make sure to get it from both your families and your staff!
  • Build on the strengths of your team members. If you have someone who is great at budgeting, let them own that piece!
  • Visual markers are really helpful for encouraging social distancing at the center. You can get really creative about it with stickers as physical markers.
  • Loop parents in to support with providing COVID-19 supplies – it helps spread out getting more materials and gets the community involved.
  • Calm, clear and direct communication is important when there is a change in procedure or schedule. Get real with your team with where you are too as it builds trust.

Audience Shoutouts!

Debra – I am blessed to have an amazing Education manager and lead teacher that really support and rally around their staff. And my coworkers, we are 100% supporting each other with any questions or concerns.

Kari – Give yourself that “I can’t do this anymore!” day. Because you can and you will!

Stacy – No matter our feelings about all of this, we need to have compassion for the way other interpret things…

Cherrie – The Federal CARES Act provided low-interest loans specifically to help small businesses.

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Ria Simon

Ria Simon in the Community Ambassador at Himama. Prior to starting at Himama, Ria was an Early Childhood Educator and worked 6 years in the classroom. She taught all ages but mainly preschoolers. Ria lives in Toronto with her fiancé. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her niece and nephew and being on the water.

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