Jun 27, 2013
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
|Where||Center for Ethical Leadership|
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We all are part of networks – it goes along with being human. However, we don't all know how to navigate networks in order to tap into the power and resources that flow through them. Starting with a network mindset helps, and Gracious Space is important to thriving in this relational-focused way of working together. The Center uses networks to engage community wisdom to solve local issues.
Join us to learn about networking principles, how they differ from traditional organizational approaches, and why they are necessary to make effective change in the 21st century. During this session, Karma will share some of the emerging lessons from the work of Nourishing Networks to end hunger in five Eastside communities. You will be invited to share stories about your own experiences working in networks and what you have learned.
The conversation will be led by Karma Ruder and Pat Hughes at the Center for Ethical Leadership, in Seattle. If you have questions, please contact Karma.
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Light refreshments will be provided. There is no fee for participation, but we ask that you RSVP.