Applications are due by August 17 - New England PTTC Project ECHO: Advancing Management and Leadership Skills for Prevention Professionals
Through this New England PTTC Project ECHO, we will seek to provide support and education for supervisors and emerging leaders in the prevention field on topics related to positive workplace culture including staff development, retention and prevention of burnout, coaching, and more. The goals of this ECHO are to provide support for leaders and emerging leaders in the New England Prevention Workforce and speed the dissemination of best practices to support workforce development in their communities.
Eligibility for Participation:
Participants should be managers, supervisors or directors working in prevention and/or supervising employees in prevention roles in New England. This may include but is not limited to coalition directors, directors or managers in healthcare settings, or local/state government employees in a supervisory or management position. This may also include emerging leaders who do not currently have direct supervisory roles or those who supervise volunteers. Participants should be able to commit to the program expectations described below including full program participation and participation in evaluation.
Participants are encouraged to apply as a team from a single organization (for example, a director and a program manager within the same organization may participate as a team) or can apply as individuals.