There is much to learn, and the participants in these Boot Camps are the ones on the ground making it happen, learning the tiny lessons that accumulate to real success. Those receiving coaching through the Boot Camp are developing models that others can learn from and emulate, and are encouraged to share their process, product and insights with the wider group through webinars, blog posts, Facebook groups and other channels. Pulling the front of the bell curve forward shifts the middle of the curve too.
In our final webinar we’ll recap what we’ve learned so far in the series and then turn our attention to what you can do to keep the spirit of your Boot Camp program perpetual and the staff learning at your affiliates ongoing.
We will cover:
- How to identify your best-performing affiliates and turn them into active mentors for other orgs under your umbrella.
- The importance of creating â€œworkshopâ€ style groups that connect your affiliates with each other and let them share insights, successes, failures and other support.
- A recap of what we’ve learned in the series and how it can work for your org.
About the Presenter:
Lisa is passionate about helping nonprofit organizations and their leaders embrace the tools and strategy that will help them succeed in our networked world. Lisa was the founder and president of Darim Online, a nonprofit dedicated to helping Jewish organizations thrive in the digital age, which merged with See3 in 2012.
Lisa’s work experience combines nonprofit management, digital media, community building, education and training. She is a graduate of Stanford University, and an alumna of The Pardes Institute for Jewish Studies, and is the recipient of the Hillel “Exemplar of Excellence” Award, the Jewish Communal Service Association of North America’s “Young Professional” award, NJOP’s “Top 10 Jewish Influencer” award, and the Nonprofit Technology Network’s NTEN-y Award. She’s a current board member of the Local Food Hub and The Peabody School, both in Charlottesville, Virginia where she lives with her husband, 2 kids, a dog named Stella and a flock of backyard chickens.