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Wanted: Talent Scouts & Coaches to Grow the Movement to End Poverty - Shared screen with speaker view
Alice Aluoch
23:22
Yes, we are recording
Lori Saltveit
24:51
So true about the the transformational aspect!Relational organizing even in a pandemic works because sustaining/building relationships is more sustainable.
Cindy Changyit Levin
25:39
I love your example of just 4 people because it helps us know that our outreach is very successful if we recruit even 4 sincerely engaged future leaders as opposed to being sad that we didn’t get 30 people in a room…25 of whole may not stick around
Ken Patterson
32:52
Yes, smaller examples are better
Mélissa Dubé (she/her), Canada
38:22
Thanks Ed and Alice! Great to chat with you both!
Chris Dendys
38:45
Thanks Mary and Daria!
Alice Aluoch
38:47
Lovely seeing you again Melissa
Naveed Chaudhri RESULTS UK
38:59
Really great discussion with Betsy and Kathy - thank you for your stories!
Lori Saltveit
39:05
Nice chatting with you Alan, Ellen, and Claire
Alaina Dougherty
39:31
We talked about giving new people a tangible action - i.e. getting them into a meeting with their congressperson ASAP to lite the fire and coaching group members to coach/mentor future members
Gail Dolson
39:47
From Gail Dolson- transformation can occur when thinking and acting “outside the box”-
Dela RESULTS UK
39:53
I liked Joseph and Doreen’s phrase: “deeper and deeper” - gradually increasing your engagement with a sequence of experiences
Betsy Teutsch
40:11
Like Kathy said - it's someone else identifying a skill you possess that you didn't realize actually was a skill!
Kathleen Duncan
40:12
Group 2: Be willing to support the person who has said "not sure" even if they don't end up doing things our way.
Mélissa Dubé (she/her), Canada
40:40
Like Alice shared in our group, inspire others by taking action and leading by example. This will help relate one to another and share emotions.
Betsy Teutsch
41:21
we need you!
Dela RESULTS UK
41:30
“You’ll be great!”
Chris Dendys
42:01
We know you can do it! you'd be great. And we'll support you.
Mélissa Dubé (she/her), Canada
42:06
"you're already doing it!" (maybe without realising)
Dela RESULTS UK
42:20
love that one melissa
Betsy Skipp
42:22
I’m so thankful for the expanded reach out team, and wondering what people are doing now that we can’t meet face to face
Alice Aluoch
43:18
Really great points here
Cindy Changyit Levin
44:20
Somebody named Ken told me at my first RESULTS conference “We need writers like you” when I’d only had one letter to the editor ever published and I thought “Wow@ I’m a writer??”
Alaina Dougherty
44:20
Never go away.... but kindly.
Lori Saltveit
45:24
++ We talked about how useful persistence is.
Alaina Dougherty
45:27
Coaching the newer group members, but really letting them create their own projects and taking direction from them when they need our support
veda stanfield steve arnold
45:35
Trust others and tell them you trust them
Dela RESULTS UK
45:46
Help people see the difference they’ll make by taking part in this new experience
Betsy Teutsch
45:56
I plan to recruit some others for this very targeted, concrete, impactful work.
Cecilia van Wijk, Indianapolis
46:12
Inspiring current volunteers by providing resources so they can hone their own skills
Leslye Heilig
46:14
how good it will feel when you take an action and I’ll be there to hold your hand
Alaina Dougherty
46:55
Oh that's a good one Kem! I tell people that they can use these skills for any issues they want to take on in addition to ours.
Mélissa Dubé (she/her), Canada
47:28
Always remember to take time to celebrate every single step/action (done by you and by others). All actions (even if they appear to be so small) matter and should be recognized and celebrated.
Cecilia van Wijk, Indianapolis
47:40
Yes, Melissa
Cindy Changyit Levin
47:55
Celebrate, Celebrate, Celebrate!!!
Naveed Chaudhri RESULTS UK
49:23
Great session Ken, thank you!
Judy E. Hamilton
49:23
Thank you, Ken!
Alice Aluoch
49:42
Thanks everyone!