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Mastering Personal Networking: Tips for Building Strong Connections

During a recent Netcentric Campaigns workshop, a participant asked a question we often hear: “How do I build my personal network?” While our workshop’s main focus was on building advocacy networks and connecting individuals in movements, personal networking is a vital skill that intertwines with these larger goals. Here’s our strategy for building a robust…

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Leaders at Every Turn: The Strength of “Leader Full” Advocacy Networks

If your goal is meaningful social change, the allure of organic, multi-leader movements is undeniable. However, a common misconception persists – that these decentralized networks lack direction and often descend into chaos. At Netcentric Campaigns, based on our 20+ years of experience in building robust networks, we firmly reject this notion. Those who disregard these…

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Network Organizing: The Key to Meaningful Social Change in Turbulent Times

In today’s world, we’re up against a complex mix of social, environmental, and political issues. These challenges can feel as daunting as a fog-covered mountain. But there’s a strategy that shines through this complexity, offering a clear path forward: Network Organizing. Network Organizing, as developed by Netcentric Campaigns, is a modern take on social advocacy.…

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HHN Campaign Fellowship

This program aims to support people fighting the harms of fracking and gas development. The program also seeks to support Fellows interested in informing and organizing people in their community. The Fellowship offers hands-on experience, talent development, and structured immersion in network building and movement support. Details: This Fellowship provides a stipend of $500 and…

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Values Animate Us.

Discussing the values that animate our work and help insure success in network building. Register Here  Here is what we will cover together: We often are pulled into issues that are facing problems that no single organization can solve. We approach the work in a unique set of ways.​ ​ ​We work building networks. We…

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October 2021 – Networks Why and When

This is an introduction to networks from Netcentric Campaigns.  Here is what we will discuss: We think about networks in a very particular way. This session shares an overview of what we have learned about networks and social change. We talk about when networks are a good fit for a challenge and why building networks and…

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Networks When and Why? – September 2021

This is an introduction to networks from Netcentric Campaigns.  Here is what we will discuss: We think about networks in a very particular way. This session shares an overview of what we have learned about networks and social change. We talk about when networks are a good fit for a challenge and why building networks…

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Independence is not equal to capacity.

We are kicking around some thinking on the idea of capacity building in complex wicked situations.   How does building interdependence create the kind of capacity needed in working on complex and wicked problems.   Hope you join us over at Connect People for Good  Ideas around capacity building tend to be informed by our experiences in…

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HHN Campaign Fellowships – 2020

This program aims to support people fighting the harms of fracking and gas development. The program also seeks to support Fellows interested in informing and organizing people in their community. The Fellowship offers hands-on experience, talent development, and structured immersion in network building and movement support. Details: This Fellowship provides a stipend of $500 and…

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Remote Team Operations: 4 Lessons from 20 Years at Netcentric Campaigns.

Was your team recently sent home and told to telecommute for the next few months? Are you looking for the best ways to work together online?  Are you rarely going to meet your coworkers in person?  Netcentric Campaigns has been working with remote teams for 20 years and in the last few years, we have…

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