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Collective Mind – Introduction to Networks and Network Management
November 29 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
About this event
Collective Mind believes in the power of networks to foster collective action. To be effective and impactful, networks require certain capacities and must undertake a set of network functions efficiently. They also rely on the professionals who work for and with them to ensure that those networks are facilitated, coordinated, and administered well. Join Collective Mind’s “Introduction to Networks and Network Management.”
During the session, you will :
- learn about our comprehensive framework for understanding networks and ensuring their impact
- learn the basics about how we think about network management, what network managers do, and what skills and approaches network managers need
- meet and hear from fellow network practitioners and peers.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What timezone are your events held in?
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Are your events recorded?
Our free learning events are recorded and the recordings, slides, and summary blogs are accessible here, with the exception of our introductory sessions since they’re held monthly. Recordings and materials are also made available to those who register for our paid sessions and are available for three months after any training. Breakout group discussions that occur during any of our events are not recorded.
What accessibility options do you offer?
For all sessions, we have enabled Zoom auto-captions (also known as live transcription) to allow participants to access this feature if they choose. To view closed captioning during one of our sessions, in the meeting controls toolbar, click the Show Captions icon. As of now, English is the only available language.
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