2011 SLC Pre-Conference Survey - Facebook

Your input on this survey will help us ensure an even better experience and investment of your time.  In most cases the titles are fairly descriptive but if you’d like to read more about any particular session, the descriptions are posted here.




1.  For the time block below, please indicate the top 3 sessions that you are most interested in; indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice.

Thursday, May 5, 2011
11:00 am
1 2 3 Not Ranked
Creative Solutions for Changing Communities and Generating Support With Limited Resources
Cultural Competence as a Catalyst
Framing Impact Strategies As Products: The Top 10 Ways to Know Whether You're Ready
From Retention to Mobilization: Achieving the Common Good Through Relationship Management
Grow Revenue and Impact with Affinity Groups
Individual Engagement = Giving + Volunteering + Advocating
Is it Really a Community Impact Strategy?
Optimize the Lifetime Donor Value of Your Donors to Drive Revenue for Community Impact
Strategic Communications for the Transforming United Way
Turning Outward to Gain Relevance, Trust, Impact and Dollars
Understanding, Embracing and Communicating the United Way Message Platform



2.  For the time block below, please indicate the top 3 sessions that you are most interested in; indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice.

Thursday, May 5, 2011
3:00 pm
1 2 3 Not Ranked
Building Partnerships for Results that Matter
Consultative Selling and Your Impact Agenda: Made for Each Other
Creating a Roadmap for Early Grade Reading Success
Do You Have the Pieces to the Puzzle? The Puzzle is an Individual and the Pieces Are Your Data
Engaging Individuals Online
Leveraging County Health Rankings to Mobilize Action Toward Community Health
LIVE UNITED Communications and Marketing for Smaller United Ways
Making Impact Strategy Decisions? Data is Your Friend!
The Leadership Implications of Real Community Engagement: Assessing and Managing Risk
What Companies Really Want: Intersections Between Philanthropy and Community Impact



3.  For the time block below, please indicate the top 3 sessions that you are most interested in; indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice.

Thursday, May 5, 2011
4:30 pm
1 2 3 Not Ranked
Community Conversations as an Ongoing Part of United Way's Work - When, Why, and How
Day of Action - June 21: Time to Recruit One Million Volunteer Readers, Tutors & Mentors for Academic Success
Developing & Implementing Strategies: Financial Stability One-Stop Centers, A Promising Approach for Achieving Impact
Family Engagement Strategies from Birth to 18
Framing Strategies as Products: Experts Exchange
It's Really Just a Matter of Risk
Online Engagement: The Nuts and Bolts of Implementation
Teacher Effectiveness: Strengthen Public Policy and Build Community Impact at Local and State Level
Teamwork Makes Dreams Work: Aligning United Way for Community Success
Workforce Campaigns: The Next Generation
Working as a Worldwide Network - The Engagement and Resource Opportunities



4.  For the time block below, please indicate the top 3 sessions that you are most interested in; indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice.

Friday, May 6, 2011
10:00 am
1 2 3 Not Ranked
Campaign for the Common Good
Getting Gifts from Corporations, Foundations and Government for Education, Income and Health
Improving Middle School Success & High School Graduation Rates: Engaging Individuals & Institutions to Get Results
Investing in Community Impact: It's Not Your Father's Allocation Process
Leading Social Change Guided by the United Way Business Model
Lessons Learned From the Mobilization Groups: Executing on the Business Framework
Reducing Churn and Maximizing Retention
Task Force on United Way's Model and Growth
Tools and Resources to Bring the LIVE UNITED Experience to Life
Unions - Why We Need Them as Partners
Worldwide Day of Action - December 5: A Strategic Volunteer Engagement Opportunity



5.  For the time block below, please indicate the top 3 sessions that you are most interested in; indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice.


Friday, May 6, 2011
3:45 pm
1 2 3 Not Ranked
Adding Value to Our Corporate Partners: An Investment that Pays Off!
Addressing Family Homelessness Through Ten Year Plans: A Collective Impact Strategy to Achieve Financial Stability
Attracting and Aligning Top Talent to Deliver on the Promise of Community Change
Creating Boards that Really Work
Developing and Implementing System-wide Health Strategies: Roadmap for Health
Employee Engagement and Enhancing the Donor Experience
Innovation and Partnership: Critical Elements of a Successful School Readiness Strategy
Passion² + Innovation = New Revenue: Turning Donor Dreams into Life-Changing Gifts
Principal Gifts: Leveraging the Success of Your Tocqueville Society
Program Outcome Measurement in the Age of Community Impact 
Student United Way - A Powerful Volunteer and Individual Engagement Strategy



6.  During the conference there will be space and opportunities for peer to peer discussions.  What are the top questions or business challenges that you would want to discuss with your peers?


7.  Based on feedback from you and other SLC participants we will select topics for the peer-to-peer discussions.  Where possible, we will invite SLC participants to start and/or facilitate the peer-to-peer exchanges.  Would you be interested in starting or facilitating a peer-to-peer discussion?  If so, what topic(s) would you be interested in starting and/or facilitating?



8.  Are you a fan of the Facebook page?
Yes
No



8a.  If not, why?



9.  Will you follow our Twitter feed on-site?
Yes
No



9a.  If not, why?

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