Workshops

Squaretree offers a range of workshops, trainings and retreats. Here is a selection of recent events presented by our team and collaborators.

 
 
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2019

How to Lead Transformation through Communications with an Assets Lens (Minnesota Council of Nonprofits - Communications & Technology Conference) - slide deck (PDF)
In partnership with Minnesota International NGO Network and 1,000 Words & More

Using Specialized Contractors in the Gig Economy (Minnesota Council of Nonprofits - Communications & Technology Conference)
In partnership with CultureBrokers and Next in Nonprofits

 
 
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2018

Using Numbers to Drive Social Media Strategy (Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Communicator Workshop Series - Data, Dollars & Decisions: The Science of Communication)

Make Social Media Work For You (Community Indicators Consortium - Impact Summit)

dance•werking (Child Care Aware of Minnesota)
In partnership with Ph Copeland

Social Media for International Impact (Minnesota International NGO Network)

RE:treat for Emerging Leaders Community of Practice (Minnesota Rising)

How to Use an Asset Lens in Nonprofit Development Communications (Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio)
In partnership with Kristell Caballero-Saucedo

Brand Ambassadorship (Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of the Twin Cities)

 
 
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2017 & earlier

Data Literacy for Leaders (Minnesota Council of Nonprofits - Annual Conference)
In partnership with the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation Center for Learning & Excellence

Community Indicators 101: Collaboration, Partnership, Leadership, Communications & Digital Data Reporting modules (Community Indicators Consortium - Impact Summit)

What’s Not Working in Your Social Media and How to Fix It (Community Indicators Consortium - Impact Summit)

Inquiry Lab: The Future in the Form of a Question (Minnesota Rising Un/Conference: The Future Is How)

Who is Minnesota? (EDTalks by AchieveMpls)

Identity-driven Leadership: Engaging Mindfully with Race & Power (bushCONNECT day-long workshop)

Using Neighborhood Data Profiles in Community Storytelling (Twin Cities Media Alliance)