My book “Building Community Organisations” was published in January of 2021 and it’s time for a review of the content and updates where necessary. The intention is to revisit the book in its entirety and make everything as current as possible.
What Do You Want Included?
One of the best ways to improve the content, whatever its nature is to seek the opinions and ideas of others. So, the purpose of this post is to ask you, my readers of the website and hopefully my book, what information you need about Building Community Organisations.
Covid has changed our entire landscape in so many ways. I am well aware from anecdotal and personal experience of how volunteers have dropped off. Some people have become very averse to online meetings and crave the social interaction of the meetings they had previously. Conversely, others have become so comfortable with online meetings they see no need to go out and meet. Where is the middle ground? What do we do to ensure our local community organisations not only continue, but thrive and prosper?
No doubt you are facing challenges in your community and organisations. Time is always a creator of change and to ensure survival we need to meet those changes and find ways to deal with them. If you do things the same way as you always have, then you will get the same results. Famous saying by Mark Victor Hansen.
So what are you doing the same way? What is it that you are blaming others for instead of changing in your community organisation to move forward? Blaming others solves nothing. They aren’t going to respond. It is only your organisation and you that can respond to change to create impact.
So What Are Your Challenges?
I would truly love to hear from you about the issues and challenges you are facing in your community. I sincerely want to hear your stories about what changes are taking place. Reach out via the Contact Form, leave a comment on the post or feel free to give me a call and have a yarn. I really care about communities and them being integrated as a successful team. Without community, we have nothing but individuals.