Calling All Community Builders on the East Side
- Funding Your Community Projects
Heidi Khokhar and Noelle Colby-Rotell
Learn how to organize and implement a funding plan for your community work. The skills you learn will help you effectively garner funds and discover what works, long-term, to maintain financial stability.
- Leading Across Cultures & GenerationsChristian J. VázquezGlean a better understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and learn how to recognize your unconscious biases. Gain an understanding of generational differences, and learn tools that can be immediately applied to your own community.
Effectively Facilitating Community Work
Noelle Colby-Rotell and Gary Stewart
Explore the five key elements of the inclusive facilitator job description. You will leave feeling more confident in your ability to prepare and lead effective community meetings. Additionally, you will learn strategies for better engaging a diverse population of participants.
Bring out the Best in People at Their Worst
Gary Stewart and Heidi Khokhar
Often, we face the challenge of working with difficult people and, sometimes, we are the difficult ones. This interactive session will explore strategies for bringing out the best in people, by building on strengths and recognizing that sometimes values and approaches may not align. The session will be structured around lessons from the popular book "Dealing with People You Can't Stand: How to bring out the best in people at their worst."
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