By: Bari Sobelson and Hannah Hyde
Are you trying to build capacity so that your organization can improve the lives of service members and their families?
Perhaps you work on an installation trying to establish better collaboration with a local municipality, or are focusing on the geographically dispersed members of our armed services in the guard and reserve? Perhaps you want to better understand how your installation operates so you can connect your resources to the larger community and share what you have to offer? If this is the case then you are already taking your first steps to build capacity in your community, but doing so will require you to constantly adapt to CHANGE! Once your mission is aligned with those that need you the most, your impact will be much greater! Sounds good, right? But are you wondering what this has to do with you?
If you are interested in learning how to adapt and grow with all of this change you may be experiencing with your efforts, you won’t want to miss this amazing opportunity! Join the Military Families Learning Network for a FREE four-day virtual conference all about managing change! This virtual learning and networking experience is designed for professionals working with military service members and their families. Throughout the conference, keynotes, interactive sessions, and activities will explore professional and organizational change, which relates to community capacity building from multiple angles.
LEARN strategies for managing change, GROW your understanding of your capacity for change, and begin to THRIVE as you connect with colleagues facing similar challenges. To learn more information about this exciting opportunity, click here.
This blog was written by Social Media Specialists Bari Sobelson of the MFLN Family Development Team and Hannah Hyde of the MFLN Military Caregiving Team. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.