Connecting Social Leaders
About This Series
The pandemic has made networking and peer-to-peer learning more difficult — but not impossible. This series is partnered with e180, a Montreal-based organization building networking and peer learning solutions, and how they've helped connect changemakers across the country.
Why this founder wants you to focus on peer learning, not just networking, in 2021
Much of the social impact world’s learning and development happens through connection — learning from others in the field, and having deep conversations. A pandemic makes that difficult, but not impossible, says e180’s Christine Renaud.
Working in silos? Here are three key tips to activate peer learning
There’s often a ton of knowledge held in silos within organizations, whether in different departments, teams or individuals. As virtual offices become more common, breaking out of those silos, through conversations and peer learning, can stimulate information flow between team members, lead to collaboration, creativity, and innovation — and maximize relationship-building and belonging.