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This free webinar will give you some exciting strategies for Sustainable Agriculture, as well as an effective way to decode your own solutions and share them widely!
Access the webinar immediately here: …
Added by Linzi Fidelin on June 9, 2016 at 10:58pm — No Comments
Have you ever pitched your dream? I mean, really got the chance to tell the right people your idea?
I have. And it didn’t turn out quite how I expected.
Let me set the scene for you: Years ago I was working passionately on a project supporting female coffee farmers in Rwanda. I was part of a leadership training at the time, and…Continue
Added by Linzi Fidelin on May 18, 2016 at 9:35pm — No Comments
Hi fellow KM4Dev-er,
Are you are finding that getting your collaborative partners moving is tough? Especially working across sectors, borders, cultures etc.
A really good meeting can change that. (Eh? Does such a thing exist?!)
I ran a hugely successful webinar ‘How to run a meeting that inspires your collaborative partners to TAKE ACTION’ recently, and you can now watch it for free until June 6th by answering these 4 short…Continue
Added by Linzi Fidelin on May 11, 2016 at 8:21pm — No Comments
This free webinar will give you a step by step guide of how to design a collaborative meeting for between 10 and 100 people that will leave people inspired, energized and ready to take action.
It will also give you some exercises to use in your own meeting, tailored to your desired outcomes.
Join me on May 3rd, 12pm PST - please register here: …
Added by Linzi Fidelin on April 21, 2016 at 8:47pm — No Comments
Like every time you switch on your computer there is a world of noise about what’s happening ‘out there’, but at the end of the day you (and possibly your team) are trying to reach your goals unsupported?
Over 40 internationally focused nonprofits and social enterprises, from across Oregon in the USA, got together to combat this challenge through collaborating – and I want to help you do the same.
Instigated by Anne…Continue
Added by Linzi Fidelin on April 20, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments
Recently I saw a string of messages on a forum discussing whether we should still be using the term ‘recipient’ in international development.
It started me thinking of a conversation I recently had with a good friend in Rwanda. He told me about how one day when he was a child, he suddenly received a package full of toys. He had no idea where the toys came from or…Continue
Added by Linzi Fidelin on February 25, 2016 at 11:00pm — No Comments