A few sections of Amanda Gorman’s poem “The Hill We Climb” are applicable to the work we’re doing as community builders and leaders.
Your initial mindset when choosing a community platform needs to be all about the behaviors you want to establish with your members, and choosing the best platform to facilitate those behaviors.
These three action-oriented words will help guide you toward success as a community leader in 2021.
When is the right time to launch a community? There are four fundamental factors that need to be in place for you to have a chance at a successful community launch.
What are your goals in planning, launching, and running a community? I’m going to assume that these two statements sum them up: Go deeper with the people you serve to help them achieve real transformations. Develop a durable, sustainable recurring revenue model for our businesses. The linchpin to achieving these two goals is belonging.
One of the most difficult elements of leading a community is to remember that your role is to lead the community, not be its dictator.