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Designing and Conducting Effective Meetings Webinar

United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives (USFWC) and Democracy at Work Institute (DAWI)

Friday, May 15, 2015 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

Designing and Conducting Effective Meetings Webinar

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Member Ticket
This ticket is for people who are active members of a national cooperative membership association, such as the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives, NASCO, or NCBA. The discount is a direct member benefit. Thank you for supporting the growth of worker cooperatives! Further - Faster - Together
Ended $25.00 $2.24
Non-Member Ticket
This ticket is for people who are not members of any national cooperative membership association, such as the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives, NASCO, or NCBA. To support the growth of worker cooperatives in the US and receive a member discount for educational events from DAWI please consider becoming a member of a national membership association. Further - Faster - Together
Ended $50.00 $3.49

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Designing and Conducting Effective Meetings Webinar

Have you ever attended a boring meeting? This webinar is designed to help worker-owners plan, execute and participate in smooth, effective and energizing meetings. We will introduce elements of effective meeting facilitation, exploring best practices in how to design, facilitate, and actively participate in a productive meeting. Throughout, participant experiences will guide our conversation around useful tools to improve meetings. You will take home tools and strategies to increase participation and make meetings more interesting.

 Presenters: Joe Rinehart and Michaela Holmes from the Democracy at Work Institute


Presenter Bios: 

Joe Rinehart got involved in the worker cooperative movement as a Peer Advisor in the Democracy at Work Network. Joe is a former worker-owner at Firestorm Café & Books and instructor at Appalachian State University.  Prior to that, he completed a Master’s degree in Industrial Technology at Appalachian State University with a focus on bio-fuels production, on-farm technologies and renewable energy.  He taught in the Technology department and co-created and taught a course on Cooperatives and their role in sustainable development. Joe currently serves on the board of the Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy.  When at home in Brooklyn, NY he is generally working on perfecting his Kimchi recipe, riding his bike to the edges of the city, contra-dancing or trying to find a time and place to build an aquaponics system. Joe Rinehart is a Cooperative Developer at the Democracy at Work Institute. 

Michaela joined the Democracy at Work Institute as the Leadership Development and Training Coordinator in the fall of 2014. She brings with her experience in management, customer service, employee training programs, organizational development and leadership. Prior to joining DAWI, Michaela worked for the made in U.S.A retailer American Apparel. In 2013 she completed an internship at Praxis Consulting Group, in Philadelphia, doing extensive research on leadership development programs and succession planning for employee owned and nonprofit organizations. Michaela achieved her B.S. in Political Science from the University of Oregon, and her M.S. in Organizational Change Management with a certificate in Leadership and Change from the New School for Public Engagement in 2013. When at home in Philadelphia, Michaela spends a lot of time outside with her hound dog, Lou. 

Have questions about Designing and Conducting Effective Meetings Webinar? Contact United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives (USFWC) and Democracy at Work Institute (DAWI)

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United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives (USFWC) and Democracy at Work Institute (DAWI)

The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives (USFWC) is the national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperative businesses. 



Democracy at Work Institute is the Think & Do Tank founded by the USFWC. The Institute expands the promise of cooperative business ownership to reach those communities most directly affected by social and economic inequality.
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