This is a discussion guide. for your co-op to talk about the impact of COVID on your community.
This workshop slide deck reviews cooperative members' responsibilities to each other, future members, and the co-op as a whole. We will provide tools to describe and promote member roles and responsibilities in your co-op.
This is a discussion guide on member engagement including some recommended ways to encourage member engagement, preventative practices, and engagement measurement ideas. This guide aims to stir up new ideas in your co-op to continue the discussion on member engagement.
Co-ops are businesses designed to pool resources to serve a specific economic need of their current and future members. At the same time, co-ops hold a principle of Concern for the Community and often use those pooled resources contributed by individual members to serve as a social safety net for the membership collectively. This is a discussion guide that offers a few discussion prompts and some practices for balancing the tension between these goals.
Below, are the recordings for NASCO Institue 2020 sessions by room. Please share lessons learned with your cooperatives and communities.
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Template: Millions of Americans have tested positive for the coronavirus, so odds are that one of more of your employees will test positive in the coming months. But there is a smart (and legal) way to communicate this news to your employees.
From session at NASCO Institute 2017.
Session outline and group activity scenarios from a workshop titled "Mental Health Concerns and How to Address Them", presented by Gabriel Cojocariu and Kerry Barron (Waterloo Co-operative Residence Incorporated) at NASCO Institute 2017.
These materials are from a workshop titled "Keeping Yourself and Community Safe - Protest Health and Safety", presented by Noah Saperstein at NASCO Institute 2017.
These activities and worksheets are from a workshop titled "Introduction to Accountability Models" presented by Evelyn Smith at NASCO Institute 2017.