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I am looking for a tool or guide to help explain to people supported how to participate on a board and or committee. And that will explain how to make informed decisions.
Mandy L C. said 1 month, 2 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (6) Hide Comments (6)
Leanne R. said Hi a group I work for is doing a webinar about this exact thing on September 29 would you like more info?
1 month, 1 week ago
Rachel B. said I would also love some more info! Thanks!
1 month, 1 week ago
Leanne R. said Hi Rachel!!!! The webinar will be 10-11 central on September 29. I will post the link as soon as we set it up, probably next week.
1 month, 1 week ago
Cara Ann S. said can the link be posted? I would like to see it as well. Thank you
5 days, 2 hours ago
Leanne R. said Hi, We are havig technical difficultties and are recording the webinar later I will post it then. Thanks!
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I am after your feedback please! When you are having a follow up POMs interview with a staff person representing the organisation, do you enable them to refer to the documentation located in people's files? For example: a staff... (more)
Casey AE G. said 2 months, 2 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (3) Hide Comments (3)
Mountain Lake Services has designated "People and Families in Leadership Roles" as on of our objectives this year. Can anyone share how they were able to involve families-either through events, trainings, support groups, and... (more)
Robin H. said 3 months ago . Like . Show Comments (2) Hide Comments (2)
Hello All, Wondering if anyone has a description on user friendly language describing the POM process from the point of view of the people being interviewed? Thanks,Pepi
Hello, I am looking to see what other agencies ISP look like? Is there anyone that can upload or e mail me a few different examples? I am looking to see how you have incorperated POM into the plans. Mandyc@ugarc.org
Mandy L C. said 6 months, 3 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (1) Hide Comments (1)
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