Whether your leaders want to launch a community conversation or lead change on an important community issue, our proven strategies will prepare and position them to succeed before they lead.
WHAT'S TAKEN ME YEARS TO FULLY GRASP THROUGH TRIAL AND ERROR IN THE REAL WORLD, WILL TAKE YOUR GROUP JUST 90 MINUTES* TO DISCOVER
90-MINUTE VIDEO CONFERENCE - What they'll learn:
This isn't theory...they're
5 PROVEN STEPS OF A SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT PLAN: THE BASICS
This lesson will cover strategies on how to:
identify where to make a difference and how to define success
overcome personal and professional obstacles for engagement
create networking partnerships to accomplish your goals
develop public credibility
build a focused and effective team
The session features small-group breakouts that allow participants to apply lessons through discussions and simulated scenarios.
Here's how this works:
1. Let's connect. We'll discuss your objectives and then...
2. ...submit a customized proposal and agenda...
3. ...without obligation so you can decide whether this is right for your group.
* Have a different timeframe in mind? Want to prepare for an in-person gathering?No problem. We'll submit a proposal that fits your schedule and budget.
Strategies were tailored and taught with small groups that applied lessons to a simulated scenario, which...
...encouraged interactive participation...
...and the sharing of ideas.
Successful Civic Engagement:
Positioned to Succeed Before You Lead
Florida Commission on the Status of Women LEAD Summit Feb. 5, 2020
It was a honor to be invited as a featured speaker and work with a terrific staff to tailor the presentation on civic engagement. While these strategies could apply to any issue, we focused on how they would guide a community leader who wanted to plan her path for launching a community conversation on the issue of affordable housing, one of the Commission's key policy concerns.
The 90-minute presentation allowed small groups to discuss how the lessons would allow our fictitious successful business leader - who was once a single mother in need of housing - to engage on an issue that personally moved her.
Groups then shared conversations with the larger audience, generating fresh ideas for how to lead on the issue.
In Belize, business leaders wanted to pass along their rich legacy of civic involvement to the next generation of business owners and entrepreneurs.
The six-month program, which began with a conversation, exceeded expectations for participation and engagement...
...and there were twice as many women leaders as men.
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