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Crisis Support Town Hall: Leading in Times of Change - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Shacklett
07:20
Yay mini grants! I’ve already submitted one for Young Leaders Council!
Brad Palmertree
07:46
You can apply here: https://www.cnm.org/crisis-response/
Dietz
08:18
How much money, in total, are they handing out for the mini grants?
Brad Palmertree
08:18
Learning Series workshops can be found here: https://www.cnm.org/crisis-support-learning-series/
Brad Palmertree
09:03
@Dietz: There is $25,000 total for the mini-grants
Dietz
09:14
@Brad, thanks!
Fit with Illy
23:49
How long will you pay for healthcare for your team members?
Teri Sloan, The Nashville Food Project
33:27
How do you reconcile the need to be bold and innovative with the advice we're hearing to be careful to only pivot within our existing strengths?
Melissa Spradlin (Book'em)
34:16
We're still operating and extremely busy meeting specific needs right now. We've changed how we operate so that we can do that. We have a small staff - 1 full-time and 4 part-time people (most of whom are working from home as much as possible). As executive director, how do I balance the long-range and mid-term needs, planning, etc., with the constant challenges that come up that need my immediate attention to keep meeting the needs that no one else in our community can address except us?
Lisa Shacklett
34:17
Would you plan for any large 500+ event in 2020? I see that CNM cancelled Salute. I have a tentative annual event planned for late Sept…should I plan now for a virtual event? Postpone to 2021?
Susannah
40:09
This session is VERY helpful. Thank you for sharing your brilliance, Michael.
David Moore
42:47
What are people doing to plan for the return or re-expanded use of volunteers? I know many retreated from using volunteers due to liability concerns and/or inability to feel confident about volunteer safety.
David Moore
50:13
Two businesses in other communities I am familiar with have historically done their work through large engagements of 50-500 people. Both are now assuming that when they can put people together again they will have to keep gatherings to 10 or less. So they are rethinking their strategies to fit that constraint.
Drew
52:45
I'm here; this is Drew from HON
Brad Palmertree
53:05
If you need a skilled volunteer for a CARES Act related SBA loan, please email brad@cnm.org
Drew
53:51
I don't, feel free to email and we'll talk drew@hon.org for volunteer questions
Melissa Spradlin (Book'em)
54:25
how else can we engage our board to help at this time?
Karen Vander Molen
56:30
Where would you suggest I find 17 individuals willing and able to help coach the final stages of business plans for the Building Entrepreneurs for Success in TN at the TN Prison for Women - would probably need to be done via mail.
Brad Palmertree
57:29
Brene's podcast is AMAZING (just like all of her other work). https://brenebrown.com/unlockingus/
Teri Sloan, The Nashville Food Project
58:38
Karen, I would reach out to Hands On Nashville to see if they have skilled volunteers with this skillset.
Laura Berlind - Sycamore
01:01:18
Thank you, Michael!
Deb Sandvik
01:01:30
Thank you Tari and Michael!
Reno Thompson
01:01:35
Great conversation! Thanks Tari and all at CNM
TessaDelPino
01:01:36
Thank you!
KKaresh
01:01:39
Thank you!
Candace Clippard
01:01:43
Thanks CNM and Michael!
smileon1
01:01:44
Thank you so much!
Michelle
01:01:45
Thank you!
Anjanette Eash
01:01:47
Thank you!
Morgan Wills
01:01:48
Thanks very much!
Pam Brown
01:01:50
Thank you, CNM and Michael!
Sandy Obodzinski
01:01:53
Thank you so much! Terrific session!
Paige Bainbridge
01:01:54
Thank you Tari and Michael! Great!
Karen Vander Molen
01:01:59
Thanks again Tari and CNM! And Dr. B.
Pam Self
01:02:03
Thank you Michael and Tari!
Molly LaRocco
01:02:20
Thank you for the wonderful information!
Whitney Weeks
01:02:23
Thank you, CNM and Michael!