NETSHEILA DELIVERS PROGRAMS TO EXPAND WHAT IS POSSIBLE. THE KEY RESOURCE AT THE HEART OF THE PROGRAMS IS THE CONNECTIONS EACH OF US HAVE AND EACH OF US CAN DEVELOP.
Netsheila works with city councils, schools, companies, organizations and individuals to access the resources they have and can easily grow. These resources are key to migrants building a new life in a new country, to non-profit organizations expanding their effectiveness and to corporations fulfilling their strategic goals. These resources are people – the ones that we know are part of our networks and the ones we don’t count as part of our networks.
These five Netsheila products support people and organizations to use their networks effectively:
Workshop: Mobilize networks. Delivered for corporations and non-profit organizations and for city councils working with refugees.
Training: Teaching students with a migration background to build functional networks. BACK-UP
Publications: More and more readers recommend Lin McDevitt-Pugh's book So You Think You Can’t Network, A guide to using your connections as resources. The book is based on her research Corporate Networks; Natural Allies for Human Resource Management.
Public speaking: Speaking at conferences as well as running conferences from a context of participant engagement.
Resource mobilization: Netsheila works with non-profit organizations to access financial resources and to engage powerfully with networks as part of their financial sustainability strategy.
Whether your focus is global or local, Netsheila will work with you to rediscover connectedness as it has been developed for centuries. Netsheila gives individuals, organizations and companies access to connectedness as a management tool, a strategic tool and a development tool.
Netsheila is an associate of the Global Academy of Caring Economics.