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Be Social Change Class: Resource Mapping - Leverage The Power of The Resources

Join Be Social Change for Resource Mapping - Leverage the Power of the Resources You Already Have with Mark Monchek, the Chief Opportunity Officer at The Opportunity Lab and Ben Cart, Manager of Marketing and Brand Experience.

Your next investor, your newest client, even your most important partnership could be within your reach without you even realizing it. We all exist in networks full of unseen opportunities. Resource Mapping is designed to help us identify those opportunities and realize that no matter what goal we are trying to accomplish, we have the necessary resources to accomplish them RIGHT NOW. With Resource Mapping, you can visualize your resources as an ECOSYSTEM – a changing and living network – and use that ecosystem to accomplish your most important goals. In this workshop, we will teach you how to build a resource map as well as discuss the principles of maintaining and using such a map effectively. You’ll walk away knowing that you have far more resources at your disposal than you realize.  

* Doors open at 6:45, class starts at 7:00 sharp *

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Purchase ticket here: http://bit.ly/LeverageResources

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  WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

• How to leverage the power of your resource ecosystem

• How to use a resource map to accomplish a specific goal

• Why resource mapping is so important and powerful

• How to maintain a mindset of opportunity

 WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR

• All professionalsBusiness leaders from any sector

• Founders or employees of startup or seasoned social enterprises

• Founders or employees of startup or seasoned nonprofits

• Students - undergraduate or graduate


 INSTRUCTOR BIOS

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After 25 years of growing entrepreneurial businesses and nonprofits, Mark Monchek’s (@MarkMoncheck) mission is to help entrepreneurs build profitable and meaningful businesses in ways that make the world a better place. As president of The Opportunity Lab, Mark leverages his expertise in executive coaching and consulting to create programs that spark innovation, growth, and acceleration in the social enterprise space. His innovative approach has benefited companies such as Apple, General Electric, The New York Times, The Wharton School of Business, the Harvard Business School Club, Cornell University, YPO, and NBC. He is a passionate storyteller and facilitator of meaningful dialog, and his goal for this workshop is to change participants’ belief about what is possible for their future.

You can learn about Mark’s current work here and find out more about his background here.

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Originally from Ohio, Ben Cart has lived up and down the East Coast from Florida to New York. He is a graduate of Davidson College in North Carolina where he studied Political Science and Anthropology with a focus on the power of new media and the internet. He has a passion for online media strategy and viral campaign management. He has worked for organizations such as Forbes Media, The Nexus Global Youth Network, Moore & Associates, and the Centre For Social Innovation NYC. At The Opportunity Lab, Ben is the manager of marketing and brand experience and oversees the company’s website, newsletter, and program materials.

You can learn about Ben’s current work here and find out more about his background here.

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The Centre for Social Innovation is a home for nonprofits and social entrepreneurs in New York City. They’re building a movement of passionate people committed to a better world. Learn more at http://nyc.socialinnovation.org/ 
 

Refund Policy: Refunds can be issued in full up to 48 hours prior to the start of the class by contacting Be Social Change.

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