Dec 01, 2008

RCLA Uses Speed-Dating Model to Help Leaders Learn From Peers - Rapidly

RCLA has applied the matchmaking of speed-dating in a new way to allow nonprofit leaders to share resources with peers and at the same time get the knowledge they need to take their organizations to the next level.

A new Practice Note provides a step-by-step guide for creating a rapid resource exchange based on what nonprofit leaders have to share and want to learn - in an engaging, fast-paced way. What makes this approach unique is that it doesn't just connect people with similar interests. It's a rare opportunity for leaders to learn from peers about processes or practices that can help them avoid "reinventing the wheel."

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