With the Covid-19 crisis growing, in-person events and activities are moving online. For some, this is an easy transition because they’ve been engaging remotely for years. For many others, this is an abrupt and challenging change because digital channels have been used primarily for outbound communications but not for discussing, learning, and collaborating.
Community professionals have decades of experience in orchestrating digital engagement and collaboration. We KNOW how to do this and have lots of ideas. If you have an online community professional in your organization, now is the time to reach out to them for assistance and support.
Here at The Community Roundtable, we are hosting one-hour group coaching sessions for anyone who has questions, needs ideas, or just wants validation. This is an opportunity to get feedback from me, your peers in the same situation, and from other community professionals who will join us.
Our open virtual coaching sessions have ended. If you’d like to learn more about coaching opportunities with Rachel, or The Community Roundtable advisory team please contact us.
We are also hosting a series of webinars to support those of you who are suddenly remote. You can find the recording of last week’s webinar, Using Digital Channels in a Crisis, here.