During the first BOLD workshop in September, we will dive deeper into the underlying ideas of the 5 core principles of community and look at the underlying questions such as:
Bridging the gap between the virtual and real world, KiKi is driven by bringing people together, speaking to audiences about developing community and trust so that more people can unite to make our world a better place. She is the host of the “Association Chat” podcast and contributing author to the book Social Networking for Nonprofits: Increasing Engagement in a Mobile and Web 2.0 World (ASAE, 2010).
Rebecca is a creative force who is currently serving as Virtual CMO of several technology and consumer products companies. She is relied upon by numerous CEO’s and founders as a key advisor for revenue strategies, traction and connecting with audiences emotionally. Rebecca is an entrepreneur with a passion for launching concepts that touch lives and transform society.
Corey Brown is a catalyst that builds thriving businesses and communities over and over again. After co-founding Squidoo with Seth Godin, Corey moved on to found several other highly successful communities and businesses. At BOLD Corey will be sharing the behind-the-scenes magic that made one of his current projects, No Treble, the leading online destination for bass guitar enthusiasts.
Geoff Livingston will be doing a deep dive into his methodology and examining the latest research on human connection in his field. Geoff Livingston has photographed President Barack Obama, Super Model Kendall Jenner, among others and has completed projects with Audi USA, Bank of America, the National Park Foundation, the National Park Service, Pearson Education, and USA Today.
Our purpose on the planet is to create a deeper level of connection with your audience. We get downright profound with the stories that we’re telling. For any project to make a real impact, you need storytelling that is equal parts recruiting, branding, and communications. Enter Paul King & King Productions.
At BOLD, Marjorie will be diving deep into how to build, engage and scale a community program and ensure you’re impacting business objectives. She believes that community discussions as user generated content and teaches how to maximize those conversations using “Champions” within your community.
Luke is an expert in the technical aspects of standing up an online community, cultivating meaningful in-person and online engagement and everything in between. At BOLD, Luke will be sharing his experiences helping multiple organizations build thriving communities. His community manager tool kit is full of fascinating “small tactics for big change” that he’s used repeatedly to create real, lasting engagement.
Mali Phonpadith is a deeply inspiring, intuitive community builder that guides individuals and teams to achieve their missions. At BOLD, Mali will be drawing on her decades of experience helping conscious leaders connect, collaborate and create more social impact together.
Networking and coffee
The state of community: Why it’s changed and the new challenges we face
No Treble Story: Corey Brown shares the story of the community he created that has grown to over 450,000 people worldwide
Case Studies & Coffee
How to communicate community and trust visually
Key questions for every person in the room
Lunch + Learn
Assessing the Sustainability of Member Communities with the 5 Elements of a BOLD community
Creating your Customized Community Plan
Community Panel Q&A: Featuring four community managers with compelling real-world examples
Building the Roadmap and Prioritizing Your Next Steps
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