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The 7 Elements | Part 2

In this session, we will focus on three key elements of effective networks which relate to network tools: Communications Grid, Feedback Mechanisms, Shared Resources. You’ll get an opportunity to dig deeper into these elements and apply them to your networks. Note: This session is available to people that have already attended one of the  Networks…

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Training for Trainers

You have the opportunity to lead this training with others!​ This live session will help prepare you to lead the course as a trainer. ​We’ll apply what you learned as a participant in the course and build on key principles and practices of online training to set you up for success and impact. Note: Please…

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Network Structure

We need the networks that we are building to succeed, but without a unified discussion about what makes networks strong or weak, functional or dysfunctional, we can end up with missed opportunities, inefficiencies or even outright failures. In this session, we will work on building shared language about network structure so that we can talk…

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Network Fundraising

Network managers are constantly working to secure management and donor buy-in to the strategy and plans. In this session, we discuss “big picture” communication and the need to present a compelling vision to those that support our work. ​Communications to external stakeholders including managers who we report to, the governing bodies that support our staff…

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Troubleshooting

Those who have completed the core topic sessions are invited to join this advanced topic live session on Troubleshooting. Networks are complex! Just like there is no one manual that can make anyone a great parent nor one diet book that can help anyone lose weight, there is no simple guide to solving all the…

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Network Design – Rapid Network Assessment

Every network manager is eventually asked, “How can we more effectively build the network strength among people working on an issue?” ​The Network Opportunity Assessment is the first step in our process and forms the foundation for designing the interventions needed for a successful network. Note: This session is available to people that have already…

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Network Design

The ways people are connected, who they are connected to, and how many people are between any connections in a network influences how efficient, nimble and adaptive the network is. In this session we will discuss the strategic implications of centralization and decentralized approaches to the work. Note: This session is available to people that…

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Network Leadership

Creating a bossless but leaderful network means that leadership and roles are fluid. Netcentric Campaigns has focused in on five different types of network leaders: principals, drivers, weavers, supporters and operators. Success in a network is driven by people taking on some very key responsibilities and leadership. In this session, you will learn to better recognize…

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Building Boundaries & Protocols

The rules about the edge (network boundary) and the culture of our networks (network protocols) can have a powerful shaping influence on the outcomes of our networks. ​By the end of this session, you’ll have a better understanding of what network boundaries and protocols are and how they apply to your own network. Note: This session is available…

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Network Value

To build a vision and participation in a network, you need to be able to communicate with the people you want to join your network what benefits they will get by joining. Your value proposition for users is key to strategy and your promise of the value that your network will provide. By the end…

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