How do you build community through food? Community leaders in our network answer this question to create this powerful reminder of the importance and value of growing and sharing food in our communities. Food is a connector.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, participants will gain tools for building agendas that support productive meetings, gain a shared understanding of the importance of each point on the Facilitation Triangle, increase their confidence in facilitation skills and zoom tools.
Video: Facilitating Virtually #1 – a series to learn best practices for facilitating online meetings
We’re offering a series of workshop to shares tips for participant engagement and effective online meetings. In this first workshop we’ll share tips for navigating Zoom and other virtual platforms, as well as techniques for engagement participants and effective meetings.
We are offering an online series of Facilitating for More Voices workshops. Every other week on Thursdays, 12:30 – 2:00pm, from March 26th to May 28th.
Developing Partnerships through Data “After teaching people about healthy eating, you can’t send them back into a food desert,” says Alyssa Mouton, Community Health Education Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services. “The benefit of the food council, she says, is that it helps “look at things on a systems level.” Contents How […]
We host collaborative policy calls by topic area to learn, ask questions, build strategy, and make connections across councils and partners across the state.