Mobilize Networks Workshop

The NetSHEila Mobilize Networks workshop trains organizations to get the most out of the circles of people surrounding their employees and key stakeholders, from a business perspective. These circles are social capital, and social capital is an economic resource.  The workshop is used in strategic development processes.

Participants in workshop, which has been given in the Netherlands, Africa and Australia, consistently rate the workshop high on relevance to their work situation and to their development needs.

"It was an excellent, educating, knowledge-expanding workshop. I appreciate the expertise and quality of the facilitator. I will encourage others to take the workshop." Woman entrepreneur, Ethiopia

"A useful opportunity to begin the process of consolidating our approach to networking." Professional fundraiser, Australia

"Well-structured and planned and I got a lot out of it and can see there is a lot to do in this area." HR professional, Australia

The workshop consists of a basic module, in which participants are trained to be ready to network wherever they are. 

The basic module usually fills the morning.  It is fun, gets people connected, and has lots of practical knowledge in it. In the remaining 1, 2 or 3 half days of the workshop, clients can choose which other modules will benefit them at this point in their strategic development.

The modules offered in the Mobilize Networks workshop are:

BASIC MODULE: The three secrets of networking, network theory
MODULE 2: Diagnose your network
MODULE 3: Building and expanding your network
MODULE 4: Working in a networked way
MODULE 5: How employee networks can operate skillfully
MODULE 6: Professional networks
MODULE 7: Stakeholders as networked actors
MODULE 8: Resource Mobilization
MODULE 9: Social networking
MODULE 10: Gender analysis


About Lin McDevitt-Pugh

Lin McDevitt-Pugh MBA is a management consultant, project developer and manager in the public sector, private sector and civil society. With a background in human rights and networking, she works with organizations to move the conversation from “This is not how it should be” to “This is how it will be”.
Lin gets very excited when she trains organizations in working with people as creative economic resources.  By mobilizing the resources we all have at our fingertips - the people we know and the people they know - we can create unique knowledge, build trust and access the people and institutions we need to access.

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