Secrets of a Successful Organizer September Workshop Series
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Registration is closed. Look for our October series coming soon.
These workshops are based on our widely-acclaimed book, Secrets of a Successful Organizer. These trainings will be held via Zoom.
The sessions will run Wednesdays from 7:30-9:30pm Eastern (4:30-6:30pm Pacific) on September 14, 21, and 28. We ask that you attend all three workshops in the series.
Once you register, you will receive a link to join via Zoom. We will send emails weekly with links to sessions on the day of the event. Be sure to check all of your email folders, including your spam folder, for the session links and to download and update Zoom beforehand.
Cost: $15 for the whole series. Includes access to all workshops until space is filled. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Also available: registration plus 50 percent off a one-year subscription to Labor Notes magazine—$30!
Subscription offer valid only for U.S. addresses. Click here to purchase an international subscription.
If you have any questions or problems signing up, email: barbara[at]labornotes[dot]org.
Are you beating your head against the wall trying to get other workers involved? This workshop is for you. Hear success stories from those who’ve turned their workplaces around and turned apathy into action. Learn practical organizing tools for engaging your co-workers, taking action, and getting results.
Assembling Your Dream Team
Your workplace may feel like an unorganized mess, but the truth is you’re not starting from zero. There’s organization there already—though it might have nothing to do with the union. Learn how to map out the existing networks in your workplace, identify the leaders in those networks, and then knit them together into an organizing committee.
Turning an Issue into a Campaign
Everybody has complaints and frustrations, but an organizer has the power to turn problems into opportunities. Learn how to sort through the issues you hear from co-workers, bring people together, and make a plan to solve them.