How to empower our communities in the time of uncertainty
Staying connected in our community becomes even more crucial in these times of uncertainty. Last week, we initiated our first online brunch as a family, where we exchanged opinions and discussed our concerns, feelings and ideas and the impact of this new condition to our lives and work.
We all thought that this first meeting was valuable and we would like to share this experience with even more members of our family.
Therefore, we would like to invite you to the second online ECHN family brunch this Friday, to discuss how we can empower our communities in the time of uncertainty, exchange our experiences and best practices to overcome this period and prepare for the new challenges.
On Friday 27th of March, at 11 am (CET), grab your brunch and join us via the following zoom conference call.
We will arrange tables of four to shift-share our feelings and experiences.
Please register via the following link:
On Friday, 20th of March, ECHN had its first online family brunch in order to connect during this tough time and share thoughts, feelings, and ideas.
We discussed what is good, bad, lovely and ugly while connecting in this moment we are experiencing, and a lot of good, bad, lovely and ugly thoughts arose:
We also explored how we, as hub leaders, could respond to uncertainty, stand together and support each other more in the upcoming months? What are the challenges and the opportunities?
Some challenges and opportunities that were penciled down: