Taking on a new role as the manager of a corporate conservation program means quickly familiarizing oneself with the tasks required to maintain a successful program. All industries experience turnover, so the best way to ensure success for your corporate conservation program is to develop a plan that makes this transition as streamlined as possible.
Join us for a webinar where representatives at both the program and corporate level will share the top five things they’ve learned about taking on a new program manager role and preparing a conservation program for eventual turnover. You’ll also learn about WHC’s New Conservation Program Managers Toolkit, developed in partnership with Covia, that supports both new and outgoing program managers in priming a conservation program for success.
What you’ll learn:
- Tips and pointers for starting a new role as a corporate conservation program manager
- How to prepare a conservation program for a transition in program leadership
- Ways to sustain and support the maintenance and longevity of a conservation program
Who should take this webinar:
- Incoming program managers looking to start their new role strong
- Existing program managers who are planning to transition into another role
- Anyone who wants to ensure that their program is prepared for potential turnover
- Emily Burke, Wildlife Site Manager and Permits and Inventory Specialist, The Shelly Company
- Michele Oxlade, Senior Environmental Specialist, Covia