Leadership Institute Live-Streaming from Google+ and YouTube

By now you probably know, even if you aren’t attending, that the 10th annual Leadership Institute will be occurring tomorrow, Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22, at the Hilton hotel in Altamonte Springs. This professional development opportunity is a chance to hone your skills and learn how to better enhancing the quality of your organization’s programs.

Even though you might not be attending the event this year, don’t fret! This year FLC will be live-streaming the two-day event onto both FLC’s Google+ Page and its YouTube channel via Google+’s Hangout on Air feature. The topics addressed include: The New GED Test Series, Fund Development, Learning Disabilities, Board Development, Volunteer Recruitment and Retention, and Social Media. There’s something for everyone!

All you need to do now is create a Google+ profile and/or a YouTube account. Signing up for either is free and simple. Please visit this link to sign up for Google+ if you already have a Google account, such as Gmail or YouTube,  or click here to create a Google account. Once you sign up, be sure to add the Florida Literacy Coalition’s Google+ Page one of your Circles (basically the equivalent of a Facebook friend) and/or subscribe to the fliteracy YouTube channel. Then, at the time of the session which you’d like to virtually attend, visit FLC’s Google+ or YouTube and click the play button on the Hangout on Air video. You’ll begin to start viewing the event live!

Thursday, March 21, 2013

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.                      A Balanced Approach to Resource Development

Todd Ruopp, Unleashing Performance

Friday March 22, 2013

9:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.                      Using Volunteers to Support Career Pathways

Camille Davidson, Florida Literacy Coalition

9:20 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.                    Digital Storytelling with Social Media

Annie Schmidt & John Sanchez, Florida Literacy Coalition

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