The word support is commonly used these days, often as a modifier with a noun: Support Group, Support Network, Personal Support, Tech Support. In our work at Action Circles, support is a richly layered verb. It isn’t used to describe general helpfulness or kindness, or having someone’s back (although these are good things too, in …
With a focus on how the particular circumstances of this year will affect the work of advocacy in the Vermont State House, these webinars will help to prepare anyone who wants to keep up with what’s happening in the legislature this year.
There are just a few slots left in this series of workshops that will give attendees an in-depth training in the Action Circles model, principles and strategies for success.
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Information we’ve gathered or created that can help you achieve your goals. Some are Vermont-specific, and some applicable anywhere, even outside of organizing.
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This fall I attended the New Hampshire Center for NonProfits Leadership Summit. Robert Egger, founder of the L.A. Kitchen [update: closed in November 2018] was the keynote speaker. Egger covered a lot of ground in a short speech, from his theory of action to the potential for nonprofits to work together to solve all of …
One of the cornerstones of democratic decision-making is the free flow of information. In any state, town, business or organization that aspires to be a democracy, there must be the opportunity for constituents to educate themselves in order to make informed decisions. Even in organizations where the power to make decisions is concentrated to a …