Weekly Spotlight: Conversation can Revitalize and Organization

We are always seeking new ways to share our work and build the work of others. We support organizations like Rotary by providing a Living Room Conversation that connects with their core tenets. For example, this can help provide an opportunity for members to talk to each other in new ways as well as reach out to others and be intentional about inviting new people in.

It’s also a way for organizations to lead and contribute to meeting a deep need in our society at this time. We do this with faith communities, too. Organizations such as Rotary and faith communities find Living Room Conversations valuable for similar reasons. These include deepening or restoring connections within the organization, providing an opportunity to expand the organization through timely and relevant activity, and supporting outreach to new members.

Whether or not you are a Rotarian, we think you will enjoy this conversation answering Rotary’s famous four questions about what we think, say or do:

  1. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
  2. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
  3. Is it fair to all concerned?
  4. Is it the truth?

On Wednesday, February 12th from 7-8:30pm Eastern/4-5:30pm Pacific, Lewis Griggs–an experienced online host and a Rotarian–will host a “Fellowship and Friendships” Living Room Conversation free online for anyone who wants to try it! Sign up here.

What’s New?

  • January 23: Join our 2020 Election: Concerns and Aspirations Living Room Conversation free online. Click here to sign up!
  • February 12: Try out the new Rotary “Fellowship and Friendships” Living Room Conversation free online on February 12th. Click here to sign up!

LRC Question of the Week: 

What do you hope for from the upcoming election?

A good question is a great way to connect with someone—and a way to understand yourself and others a little better. Most of our Conversation Guides contain five or six great questions.

We want to help people build the habit of connecting with curiosity in our daily lives. So we’re inviting you to engage with a question each week—by answering the Question of the Week yourself or asking a friend, colleague or family member. With your permission, we can share your responses and hopefully increase people’s interest in curious connecting conversations.  You can respond to our question of the week by replying to this email!