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Leadership Development Webinar Series: Most Popular Webinars (Updated)
Submitted by Miriam Persley on Wed, 11/30/2016 - 14:15
We will not host a webinar in December, the holidays always present a challenge for scheduling. However, this year, we have been humbled by the number of you that joined us for our webinars. They were so well received that we decided to share them again for those of you who missed them the first time around. Below are our top five most popular webinars; enjoy!
Our top fifth webinar on our list today is a webinar presented in partnership with Movement Netlab’s Tamara Shapiro and June Holley as they reviewed practical ways to organize in a network way, even during a natural disaster. Though there weren’t as many registrations, 76, this post-webinar video has been viewed close to 200 times.
2015: Self Organized Leadership in Networks: Lessons from Occupy Sandy and the People’s Climate March
Fourth on our list is a two part webinar presented in conjunction with New York University Leadership Initiative and the Center for Creative Leadership and was presented by the DentaQuest Foundation, Harder+Company, and the Interaction Institute for Social Change. With over 280 combined registrations and another 200 views, this combo is bound to help support your work.
2016: Foundations as Network Leaders: Learning from One Foundation’s Journey and Results
Videos: https://vimeo.com/173022966 & https://vimeo.com/187088900
Third on our list comes from Eugene Kim, Alison Lin, Jodie Tonita, and Eden Kidane with close to 400 registrants. This was also paired with a three part blog articles.
2016: Getting Real About Experimentation
Our second most watched webinar comes from this year too! With close to 550 registrants and though it’s only been posted for a few weeks, the post-webinar video already have an additional 170 views! Take a look at our session with Shakti Butler, Maggie Potapchuk, Sally Leiderman, Stephanie Leiderman. 2016: Materials for Transforming White Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership Curriculum
By far no one comes close to topping our most watched webinar with Professor john powell. With more than 600 registrants, this post-webinar video has been watched over 1100 times!
2011: Systems Thinking and Racial Justice Featuring Professor john powell
This is our updated list from 2012.