Best Practices Menu
- Mission Statement
- Theory of Change
- Curriculum, Goals, and Metrics
- Relationship to Partner Group
- The Allyship Journey
- Defining Membership
- Deciding Who To Target
- Leadership Team
- Allyship Lead, Program Leads, and Board descriptions
- Allyship Training
- Event and Program Objectives and Evaluations
- Choosing Events and Programming
- Skepticism and pushback
- Framing Your Work
Picking an event and program portfolio
Spend some time picking a good balance of programs and events. Different factors to consider include:
- Target audience – Antagonists? Cautiously receptive? Committed advocate?
- Depth – One-on-one conversation? Speaker in a large auditorium?
- Frequency – Weekly email? Monthly commitment reminder? Monthly lunch? Speaker annually?
- Time and Resources required to produce – Sign folks up for the mbaallies newsletter? Plan and coordinate the #metoo experience share
- Conceptual understanding vs personal investment vs practice time – Allyship guide? Fishbowl conversation? Scenario and role play?
Get your classmates signed up for the MBAallies weekly allyship email
A lot of content can be taught through 50-100 emails spread out over the 18-months at business school, and this content is ready to go. You can forward them this link to sign up: http://mbaallies.com/newsletter
Using the weekly email, you'll have consistency with programming and can build from there with more in-depth and high-touch events and programs. Check out our Events and Programs page to see a variety of options and choose a good balance. Align your event and program portfolio with your goals.