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Design Teams: Tapping into Client Wisdom and Planning for the Change

Design Teams What are they? Design teams is a phrase that we use a lot at S&G, but how many people really understand what we mean by using that terminology? The term “design team’ means different things to different organizations.

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S&G Meeting design Creates Dialog that Helps Chapters Implement New Initiative

Collaboration That Drove change and Increased Ownership S&G believes that giving back to the community through in-kind donation of our services is important to changing the landscape, increasing dialog, and creating opportunities for all people, no matter their situation. It

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2018-2019 Topics for S&G Connections

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S&G is excited to announce the upcoming topics for our SGE Connections live broadcasts.  If you’re curious about the what “Design Teams” are or what “Open Space” is, I encourage you to checkout our monthly broadcasting on these very topics. 

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Nebraska Walkable Communities Initiative Steering Committee Got It Right From the First Step

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Guest Blogger Manuella Hancock (www.mwhcopy.com) In 2014, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services set out to make increasing physical activity a statewide initiative, with a focus on helping communities prioritize walking, biking, and overall health. With the help

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Bike Austin – Making Strides to Bicycle Safety/Advocacy

  A few years ago we facilitated the strategic planning for Bike Austin, and now they are starting to see the fruits of their labor, to learn more about their summit, read our blog post by clicking here. Over the past

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S&G’s own Jeremy Grandstaff joins discussion panel with Nonprofit Ally

Our own Jeremy Grandstaff sat on a recent webcast panel with Nonprofit Ally, discussing how emerging nonprofits can gain grant funding and other sources to grow into an established organization.  The panel also discussed building the capacity of your nonprofit,

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Jeremy Guests on Podcast – Building your Organizations Capacity

Recently Jeremy was asked to be a guest on a podcast, with Steve Vic of Nonprofit Ally,  to discuss ways that non-profit leaders can build their organizational capacity, resulting in an “emerging” and strong organization. Jeremy spoke of the importance

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CoffeeWithJeremy.TV transforms to better serve you (Check Out SGEConnections.TV)

The power of dialog, when coupled with the use of small group approaches, can help an organization create buy-in and increase ownership to the actions produced from discussions. Thursday December 21st we launched SGE Connections, a live monthly discussion designed

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Recap of ISODC Roundtable 4 – An Exploratory Conversation of how you use Power in your Work.

On December 5th we, along with our partners at ISODC, continued our ISODC Roundtable series titled Power and Power Dynamics.  The purpose of this roundtable was “To bring practitioners and scholars to the table to explore power and power dynamics, effects

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Five Tips—A Cheat Sheet to Make Sure Your Meetings are Effective

How many times do you walk into a meeting with high hopes, thinking “we are finally going to get something done?” You try to fully engage in the meeting, only to walk out feeling defeating, saying, “that was a waste

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