Webinar: Getting Your Affiliates on Their Way

This second webinar focuses on a particularly important aspect of the Boot Camp model: hands-on guided learning.  When learning a new skill and even more importantly learning how to work in a new landscape (welcome to the ‘connected age’!), you just have to jump in and do it. The same holds true for your affiliate orgs/grantees.  Realistically, they likely won’t apply new skills or use new tools if all you give them is a lecture – they need to get down in the weeds.  At the same time, they need access to mentors who can show them how to get started and amplify their success.

This session will cover ways to get your affiliates to take the plunge and apply what they’ve learned.  We’ll also focus on the importance of creating coaching and mentorship opportunities where participants can access professional guidance.

We will cover:

  • How your org can create a Boot Camp that gets participants to learn AND do.
  • How to create connections between participants and pros who can provide coaching.
  • A case study on the importance of (guided) learning by doing.

 

About the Presenter:

Lisa Colton

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.