This webinar will outline the proven and tested “Boot Camp” model for capacity building for any organizations that provide training, coaching and incentives to help their grantees/affiliates advance their fields. In this first installment we’ll highlight the Boot Camp approach and focus on top tips on how to use gamification and incentives to get otherwise reluctant affiliates/umbrella orgs to learn and apply new thinking and technologies.
We will cover:
- What the Boot Camp community capacity building model is and how it applies to your field.
- A breakdown of the barriers that “umbrella” orgs face in capacity building.
- Examples of effective incentive-based programs that get results.
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.