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  1. Bridge Builder Module 1 District Chairs, District Coordinators and Sub-District Coordinators Summer, 2010

  2. 3 Training Outcomes Participants will . . . Understand Visualize Learn

  3. Exercise 1 • We know that you’ve heard a lot about the Bridge Builder program.  Write down what you understand to be the primary goal(s) of the Bridge Builder program.  

  4. Understand: Objectives

  5. Visualize: District Structure Chicago Los Angeles New York Dallas

  6. Visualize: District Offices Congregational Support Center Staff 1 Managing Congregational Representative 1-2 Congregational Representatives 1 Office Manager 1 Digital Media Assistant 1-2 Union Rabbis 1 District Leadership Manager (DLM)

  7. Visualize: District Offices Other District Staff 1 Congregational Representative supporting Large Congregations (over 1199 member units) 1 Congregational Representative supporting Small Congregations (fewer than 79 member units) 1 Coordinator CCRJ (Canadian Council of Reform Judaism) Programming and Administration

  8. Visualize: Partnership Bridge Builder – Congregational Representative Relationship

  9. Visualize: Partnership “Who initiates contact?”

  10. Visualize: Partnership

  11. Exercise 2 • In addition to congregational support center staff, there is another team of Union staff dedicated to providing consultation, resources and programs to congregations. Can you guess the name of this vital team? Congregational Consulting Group

  12. Visualize: Consultant Role

  13. Visualize: Connections Link Congregations to Union Resources

  14. Visualize: Consultant Role Spirituality & Community Lifelong Learning Congregational Systems Teen Engagement http://urj.org/about/contact/specialists/

  15. Visualize: Connections

  16. Visualize: Program Quality Control

  17. Visualize: Program Quality Control

  18. Visualize: Program Quality Control

  19. Visualize: Program Quality Control

  20. Visualize: Program Quality Control

  21. Visualize: Lay District Structure Shelley/Lisa/Gillian – What should go here?? Chicago Los Angeles New York Dallas

  22. Visualize: District Council Structure District Council Members District Vice Chair* District Chair *District Vice Chairs: responsible for District Committees e.g. Bridge Builders

  23. Visualize: Program Structure

  24. Understand: Program Structure District Chair . . . • Appoints District and Sub District Bridge Builder Coordinators

  25. Visualize: Program Structure District Bridge Builder Coordinators . . . (also called “Vice Chairs”) • Administers and Implements • Supervises • Liaison to District Council • Identifies new Bridge Builders • Identifies trends • Bridge Builder Program Evaluation • Attends Training

  26. Visualize: Program Structure Sub District Bridge Builder Coordinators . . . • Supervises and Administers • Implements • Communicates Trends • Prepares Reports • Drafts Talking Points • Participates in Bridge Builder/Staff Calls • Helps Identify Prospective Bridge Builders • Participates in Training

  27. Visualize: Program Structure Bridge Builder . . .

  28. Visualize: Program Structure Bridge Builder . . . • Builds relationships • Participate in lifecycle events • Communicate regularly • Ascertain, document, and communicate needs and trends • Links Congregations to Union Resources • Identify new leaders • Represents the Union

  29. Exercise 2 Name 4 personal qualities or attributes you believe essential to be a successful Bridge Builder 29

  30. Visualize: Program Structure Bridge Builder Core Attributes… Commitment Time Listening Maintains Confidentiality Team Player Good Follow-Through 30

  31. Visualize: Program Structure Other Core Attributes… • Strong familiarity with Congregational life and desire to help strengthen URJ Congregations • Enthusiastic schmoozer, self-confident and detail oriented • Willingness to learn and participate in Bridge Builder training • Ability to think on one’s feet 31

  32. Learn: What’s Next