Managing with Labor's Values - ZOOM - November 3, 2022

Managing with Labor's Values - ZOOM - November 3, 2022

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Free Webinar on Managing with Labor’s Values for leaders and staff directors of unions and social justice organizations. Based on the book of the same name.

This webinar will address how to:

  • Determine what each of your staff need from a manager
  • Set clear expectations for staff
  • Help staff meet those expectations
  • Keep staff accountable in a positive way

Elected officers, Board members and staff with management responsibilities usually have little or no preparation, training or guidance on how to manage effectively with the values for which they stand.

This free webinar is offered to introduce some basic methods for managing staff in unions and social justice organizations.


Ken Margolies wrote the book Managing with Labor’s Values and the companion Field Guide. He has been a steward in a staff union at SEIU and Director at CWA and the Teamsters managing unionized staff. Ken was one of the founders and the first director of the Managing with Labor’s Values workshop series at the Worker Institute at Cornell.

Patricia Johnson worked at the Teamsters International headquarters in the Research and Contracts Departments, where she helped organize her co-workers into OPEIU Local 2. Later she was the office manager of the Education Department where she managed unionized staff, before becoming a Labor Educator. She is business manager of which helps unions fill staff positions.

Damone Richardson worked in the Communications and Research Departments of the International Association of Machinists in Washington, DC where he was also a union steward. He worked at the Worker Institute at Cornell where he performed research, wrote manuals and provided training to a variety of unions. Damone was the Human Resources Director at SEIU Local 1 based in Chicago.

When:   November 3, 2022
Where:  Zoom
Time:     7:00 - 8:30 p.m. (EST)
Cost:     $FREE

To purchase 143 page Textbook, click HERE

To purchase Field Guide, click HERE

A Zoom link will be send one week prior to the event.