Military Family Resource Centres (MFRC's)
An ongoing relationship with a leadership professional who brings extensive experience in military family services and leadership development to support real-time needs, expose blind spots and provide support during challenging times or when dealing with sensitive issues
Change Leadership | Conflict Resolution | Elevating Leadership Skills | Morale and Culture Enhancements | Managing Difficult Teams | Recovery from Burnout | Managing Expectations
Solutions designed with a thorough understanding of the intent and implementation requirements of the 2020+ Military Family Services Program Strategic Framework: Foundations, Philosophy and Implementation.Contact us to discuss your needs
Foundations and Philosophy: Ensuring Relevancy in a Changing World, Foundations, Strategic Framework, Evaluation, Changing our Lens, Community Capacity Building, Posting Cycle Approach, Outcomes, and Purposeful Programming
Level 1: Information and Awareness: What's Changed, Intake, Welcome Calls, Service Flow
Level 2: Navigational Support: What's changed, Intake/Referral, Outreach Calls, and Service Flow
Level 3: All Team Workflow in Action: Bringing it all together
Define your path toward board excellence and get the skills needed from experts who already know the complex environment in which the Board governs.
Deep dive into pressing site-specific requirements and issues.
We live and breathe military family support, taking complex issues and simplifying them to create transformational learning experiences in both on-site and virtual environments.
As known and trusted MFRC partners, we do not require orientation to the unique challenges that MFRCs face.
The original 20-week Military Lifestyle Support Professional certification program has been split into two levels:
Self-paced, 6-module, on-demand, virtual training designed to establish foundational knowledge regarding the military and Veteran family community: the lifestyle, the challenges and the support networks.
Ideal candidate: Military and Veteran community support professionals
This 12-week program is designed for those who have mastered the foundations and are ready to set a high standard of excellence in support of military and Veteran families.
Training objectives are aligned with the 2020+ Military Family Service Program 2020+ Strategic FrameworkGet more details
Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to contribute to your Board's success.
Build awareness of potential challenges and crises to avoid common mistakes.
Understand the important roles that Boards and staff have.
Recognize the interconnectedness, risks and opportunities for collaboration between stakeholdersClick here for more information
Special Discount if enrolled by Dec 31, 2022
Designed for busy lifestyles, this MFRC Board professional development program lays the groundwork to get everyone confident in their knowledge and abilities to support a well-functioning Board.
The next level in support of MFRC Boards is in the development phase. This is where we can deep dive and laser focus on your site-specific requirements and challenges affecting your Board.
Finding experts in Board Governance may be easy; what's not easy is finding experts who also understand the complexities of supporting military communities. Leverage monthly Q&A / support calls for maximum success.
... is a human relations tool based on leading-edge research into human motivation and behaviour.
Personality Dimension workshops have been successfully used to support military and Veteran family resilience.
Workshops are customized to support:
In order to use Personality Dimensions®, individuals must first become a Certified Personality Dimensions® Trainer. The Certified Trainer (Level I) Qualifying Program is an opportunity for facilitators to add a new dimension to their facilitator toolkit.Click here to register Get more details
Experts in both recruitment and what it takes to be an Executive Director of an MFRC. YSU works hand in hand with the Board of Directors to secure the best candidate for the job.Schedule a consultation to discuss
Identification of Hiring Needs
Job Description Review
Advertising and Head Hunting
Candidate Performance Testing
New Leader Change Management
Interdependent Stakeholder Orientation
Military and Veteran Family Landscape
2020+ Strategic Framework Familiarization
Provides well-rounded input from more than one source thereby reducing discriminatory tendencies and bias
Improves individual accountability
Establishes areas for career development
Feedback is secured from up to 12 stakeholders, as well as the candidate themselves, to provide a comprehensive report overviewing efficiency, productivity, contributions, and work behaviour.
Includes training for the Executive Director about how to use the report.
Rating competency criteria, feedback questions, stakeholder selection and period of evaluation are determined in collaboration with the Board of Directors.
A variety of psychometric assessments can be added to the process if desired.