Date: Thu, May 16, 2024 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CST
There is a “New Normal” in communities.
The dynamics and demographics have changed in recent years and what to expect and how to approach community support is different in many ways.
Developing an understanding of current realities and exploring some approaches will help businesses and community organizations be better prepared and will help build stronger relationships and ultimately better support.
*This session is interactive and will build on the experience in the group as well as the trainer’s knowledge and expertise. Your questions will be solicited before the training and will be used as a basis for the 1.5 hours.
Flo Frank is a highly skilled consultant, trainer, facilitator and community development specialist. She helps groups, businesses, organizations and governments get from where they are to where they want to be. With an outstanding background in community, business and organizational capacity building, she has solid skills and experience in strategic and operational planning, community engagement, working with diversity, partnerships, revenue generation, policy assessment and design, research, marketing, stakeholder consultation, feasibility studies and evaluation.
Her education includes degrees and advanced studies in Community Dev., Adult Education, Organizational Dev. and Marketing. She has been the owner/operator of 9 successful businesses and lives in Hepburn SK and Campbell River BC.