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“Invest in Connection”
With the shift to remote learning, you and your team have probably been required to forecast and budget for many different unpredictable scenarios – and with the understanding that your community needs connection more than ever. As you face the challenges ahead, how and when you invest in communication is going to make all the difference.
At this vCONNECT, we’ll discuss the most important ways to earn and keep the trust and support of your community right now, including:
- Understanding social capital
- Creating ownership of reductions
- Building trust for future changes and elections
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Facilitator, dreamer, outdoor educator, tech CEO, dad. Spends a lot of time thinking about how to connect people. First founded a company teaching leadership and communication skills to kids. Then worked in facilitation. Now a CEO of a world-changing software company that empowers leaders to give everyone a voice and find common ground. Pretty proud of the previous sentence. Also attempts many well timed. Jokes.
Andy brings an eclectic wealth of life experience to Thoughtexchange. He has worked as a development consultant, youth worker, teacher, international humanitarian aid worker, personal fitness trainer, professional musician, and pastor. Andy is committed to helping people achieve their goals, to seeing people thrive, and to building community along the way. Andy is one part empathy, one part tenacity, and one part faith. He believes that all things are possible, especially the things that seem impossible. Andy loves outdoor adventures, music, sports, and serving at his church. He lives in Edmonton with his wife Andrea, and their two children.