Category: Customizing Experiences

Potential Trainings That Level Up Your Organization & Leaders

Are you looking to level up your organization and its leaders?  Check out these potential trainings and take your organization to the next level in 2018. The following are some of the collaborative trainings that S & G Endeavors has

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Recap–An Exploratory Conversation of how culture impacts you and your work

On October 3, ISODC and its partners hosted a virtual collaborative dialog exploring culture and its impacts on our work. Our overall purpose: “to bring practitioners and scholars together to gain a fuller understanding of culture, specifically what it means

What is Social Broadcasting?

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“The broadcasting of video, text and pictures directly to an intended audience through social media channels such as facebook, Youtube, Instagram and other channels as opposed to traditional channels such as radio, TV and print.” – StarlightMediaHouse Social broadcasting is

Making the Most of your Virtual Meeting

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In the world of Organizational Development, engaging the largest number of interested parties in your change effort or new program is going to give you the most well-rounded, expansive feedback possible. Sometimes engaging the highest number of stakeholders is just not

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Solution Session: Give us 90 minutes and we’ll get you unstuck!

One of our collaborative partners, Ted Sarvata, is working with S & G consultant, Rob Sadowsky, on offering simple one-shot sessions that will help your organization or company explore an area that is slowing you down or simply keeping you from really thriving. It’s really up to your team to move forward, but we’ll work with you to get at the root causes of what is getting you “stuck” and help identify clear, accountable action steps to move forward.

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Conducting a social audit for your non-profit

Use this handy downloadable tool to evaluate your organization.

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Working with an Executive Coach

I was interviewing for my big job, serving as the Executive Director of the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation. The interviews were exhausting, three of them totaling more than eleven hours. But I made it through the gauntlet with one caveat: they

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