FTI 1216 Organizing Leadership Series I 05312020 (Postponed)
May 31 @ 8:00 am - June 5 @ 5:00 pm EDT
This course is a comprehensive overview of organizing issues related to the construction industry, offering constructive ways to organizing the industry, including the value proposition for members, contractors and construction owners. In addition to concentrating on issues related to workforce organizing (i.e. identifying, contacting, and communicating with unrepresented workers), participants will learn how to identify leaders and build worker committees. One-on-one skills, overall communications strategies and framing issues will also be addressed in this program. Furthermore, the course instructor will explain how organizing has evolved and changed over time. This course is intended to help District Councils effectively manage their organizing activities and to efficiently use union resources. Specifically, participants will review basic concepts of research and analysis. Participants will take part in a series of interactive, small-group exercises centered on a realistic case study.
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