Leaders Explore Why People Join, Remain, and Leave Neighborhood Groups
Updated: Nov 5, 2019
Leaders from across Davidson County met in October for the first session in the series, "Engaging Our Neighbors." The series addresses the challenges and opportunities neighborhood organizations have when working to engage the residents and other stakeholders in their neighborhood.
The first session, "The Psychology of Joining," focused on why people join, remain, and leave. We examined the process of engagement that can ultimately lead to leadership in the organization.
"Engaging Our Neighbors," is a 4-part series that began in October. The next session include the following:
"Telling Your Story," on Saturday, November 9
"Tricks, Tips and Tools of Engagement," on Saturday, January 11
"Community-Focused Neighborhoods," on Saturday, February 8
All of these sessions will be held from 9 am - 12 noon, with check-in beginning at 8:30 am.
Registration fees for each session are based on what you can afford, $50, $25, or $10. Register at https://support.n2n.solutions/engaging.
Full scholarships are available by contacting Valeri Otey-Nellis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-782-8212.