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  • NataliaNo need to show the website: main sections, networks: partners, call agenda, Boston meeting, content outline, directory; forumWebinars and meetings: 80 participantsOther partners we want to recruit:Madeline Taylor and Peter PlastrikBill Traynor Beth KanterJune HolleyMore…
  • ClaireTemperature readDig downOverall impressions: Like and dislike                What is missing?                Are their points you disagree with?                Are the priorities right?                Do we need case studies or definitions?                How is the length and language?
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  • NataliaEndorse the publication at the organizational-level. As a co-branding partner, you agree to include your logo on the cover page of the report. This option implies a collaborative process between the organizations in the content development of the publicationWe will also list you as one of the co-authors of the report
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  • Leadership and networks writers webinar 011811

    1. 1. Leadership for a New Era (LNE) <br />Leadership and Networks Publication<br />By: Leadership Learning Community<br />January 2011<br />
    2. 2. Purpose for the Call<br />Clarify project goal, strategy and audience<br />Assess and develop the current content<br />Identify next steps and timeline<br />
    3. 3. Agenda<br />Welcome<br />Review project goal, audience and where we are now<br />Discuss draft synthesis<br />Citation and co-authoring<br />Co-branding<br />Timeline and next steps<br />
    4. 4. Increase the impact and scale of social change work by fostering the leadership competences, mindset and skills needed to use network strategies and tools or exercise leadership in a network context.<br />What<br />Dominant thinking in the leadership field is still biased towards supporting individuals in an organizational context. There is an untapped opportunity to support a network mindset to help social change leadership reach a higher level of impact. <br />Why<br />Individuals, organizations, and groups that are using and funding leadership & network development strategies.<br />Who<br />Project Overview<br />
    5. 5. Online resource directory<br />Writing partners recruited and engaged<br />Collaborative website<br />Joint webinar with Monitor Institute for Network of Network Funders<br />Upcoming face-to-face meeting in San Francisco with Monitor Institute<br />Developed draft synthesis<br />Where we are now<br />
    6. 6. Reflection Question<br />If you had to pick the one most important idea to convey or question to catalyze around Leadership and Networks that would help us to achieve our purpose, what would it be?<br />
    7. 7. Content Strategy<br />
    8. 8. Synthesis Testing<br />Does the overall framing of the piece work for our purpose and audiences? <br /> What is missing?<br /> What do you agree/disagree with?<br /> Are the priorities right?<br /> Do we need case studies or definitions?<br /> How is the length and language?<br />
    9. 9. Citation<br />How do we want to handle citations in the report?<br /> Lessons from the Leadership and Race<br /> Endnotes vs. footnotes<br /> Appropriate acknowledgment (who is lifted up – who is missed in the process?)<br /> Identifying resources for the directory<br /> What tools and resources could help those who want to implement recommendations?<br />
    10. 10. Co-branding<br />
    11. 11. What & Why?<br />Endorse the publication at the organizational-level<br />Logo on cover page<br />Listed as a co-author <br />Increase your reach into the leadership community<br />Help to validate the importance of the thinking proposed by the report, and ultimately, increase the leadership capacity to develop and support networks in the social sector<br />
    12. 12. Promotional Tactics<br />Joint press release<br />Distribute the publication to your relevant network<br />Post on the ʻResourcesʼ section of your website<br />Promote the publication through your newsletter, blog and/or social media channels<br />Contribute to securing opportunities to present the publication at events or conferences<br />Contribute to securing media opportunities<br />
    13. 13. Leadership and Race Publication Launch<br />
    14. 14. The publication was launched on September 2010. After one month we received…<br />1,030 downloads<br />430 newsletter signups<br />150 webinar participants<br />60+ mentions in Twitter<br />30+ online placements/mentions<br /><ul><li>Based on form responses, as of 10/25/10</li></li></ul><li>Next steps?<br />
    15. 15. 2011 Timeline<br />01<br />02<br />03<br />04<br />05<br />06<br />07<br />08<br />09<br />Ongoing discussion<br />Share synthesis with writers<br />Bay Area meeting: test synthesis<br />Launch publication<br />Collectively edit publication<br />Finalize publication<br />
    16. 16. Contact Information<br />www.leadershipforanewera.org<br />info@leadershiplearning.org<br />Twitter.com/LeadershipEra<br />_________________________<br />Leadership Learning Community<br />www.leadershiplearning.org<br />1203 Preservation Park Way #200<br />Oakland, CA  94612<br />(510) 238-9080 Phone<br /> <br />
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    18. 18. Secured Reviews<br />Other reviews by…<br />“We have a rich history in community leadership development and we know the criticality of addressing structural racism and promoting racial healing to remove barriers to opportunity.  We are excited because this is an important report that proactively addresses the impact of structural racism on leadership development.”<br />
    19. 19. “A report released this summer by the Leadership Learning Community, a national nonprofit that focuses on leadership development, calls into question the stale commitment to diversity of so many progressive Americans. How to Develop and Support Leadership that Contributes to Racial Justice, co-authored by a group of the country's most cutting-edge thinkers on race and leadership, very politely points out that the left shouldn't be so quick to point fingers.” <br />
    20. 20. “A thought-provoking new report on leadership and race entitled “How to Develop and Support Leadership that Contributes to Racial Justice” has just been issued by the Leadership Learning Community. The report suggests the leadership programs that simply focus upon diversity practices, equal opportunity, and individualism, do not recognize how systems such as culture, institutional practices, and policies, impact career and life opportunities for disadvantaged groups.”<br />
    21. 21. Placements in Popular Sites<br />Reach: 231.2K U.S.<br />Reach: 68.8K U.S.<br />Reach: 9.1K U.S.<br />Source: Quantcast.com<br />

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