RDS Workshops, Webinars & Teleconferences
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities Resource Development Solutions (RDS) program offers a variety of knowledge-development opportunities through workshops, webinars, and teleconferences.
Do you have physical assets that no longer serve their original intent that you are looking to sell? Learn how Starr Commonwealth partnered with real estate auction company Tranzon Asset Advisors to successfully auction off its rural residential campus for more than they thought possible after six years on the market with a lack of interest.
This webinar will update participants on the development of the Alliance's values-based public policy platform and offer an opportunity to contribute to the final stages of the development process. Gain a better understanding of the strength and direction of your network.
During this interactive webinar, millennial expert Aaron Levy will share his insights on the problem of millennial turnover, highlighting the underlying motivations driving millennial behavior. Learn three key strategies to attract and engage millennials in the workplace.
This is the first in a series of four e-courses on advancing equity. It will introduce participants to the basic tenets of equity and examine barriers and inroads to achieving it. Subsequent courses will dive deeper into equity and education, supplier diversity, and more.
This webinar will explain developmental evaluation, including the emerging principles of practice and how it is distinct from more traditional types of evaluation. Learn how it can be used to create social change initiatives within complex or uncertain environments.
This webinar will introduce participants to the basics of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. Participants will learn how to meet families where they are to reduce rejecting behaviors and increase accepting behaviors toward their LGBTQ children.
This is the second in a four part series of e-courses on advancing equity. It will help students disrupt racial inequities in education and other youth-serving spaces. Other courses in this series will dive deeper into equity basics, supplier diversity, and historical trauma.
This webinar will examine the when, how, and why of repurposing a residential campus and showcase creative approaches taken by two organizations. Additionally, time will be reserved for Q&A.
This e-course is part of a three-part series focusing on the core capacities of rEvolutionary Leadership, which enable leaders to be high impact change agents. Participants can sign up for an individual e-course or for the entire series at a discounted rate.
This is the third in a four part series of e-courses on advancing equity. It will address filling the supplier diversity gap. Other courses in this series will dive deeper into equity basics, equity in education, and historical trauma.
For more information, contact the Alliance Development Department.