Build Your Community
March 29, 2023 | 10am-11:30am US ET
1.5-hour workshop plus Unlimited Courses
$83 per month (billed annually)
$149 - single workshop enrollment
How to form, launch, and grow a community to enhance your career
You spend a lot of your professional time developing relationships inside of your projects and organizations, but do you have the strong support of a networked community of professionals that can enhance your career potential? This workshop shows you how becoming a community builder can grow your professional career, add value to your organization, and increase the engagement of your employees. In this workshop, you will discover a framework to successfully introduce community-led initiatives that can positively influence the organization’s culture, increasing employee engagement and organizational health.
The workshop is excellent for the community-oriented professional who has a deep desire to bring positive change to their organization through introducing community-led initiatives.
- Explain fully how building a community in your organization can increase employee participation and engagement
- Define how to employ a 6-step framework to form and launch a community
- Begin writing your community formation plan
Meet Your Instructor: Eric Peterson
Eric Peterson is the founder of Shepherdingheart LLC and offers leadership workshops and training to teams and organizations desiring to apply servant leadership principles in their organizations. As a public speaker, he has spoken at the International Servant-Leader Summit, the Rocky Mountain Project Management Symposium, and gives talks for PMI and Mile High Agile. As a writer, he has published articles in the PMI Blog, Medium, Servant Leader Institute, Positively Positive, and his blog called, Shepherd Leadership.
Eric practices as a technical program manager and release train engineer (RTE) at a Fortune 500 US company. He leads quarterly planning and coaching teams and evangelizes Objective and Key Results (OKR) adoption. He earned a BS in Finance from the University of Nebraska and a MA from Webster University in Information Technology and Resource Management. 5 years ago, he co-founded the Schwab Technology Services (STS) Community and today serves as its community manager.