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HB Huddle March 11, 2017

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Transcript of HB Huddle March 11, 2017

HB
subgroups
Stir
&
Steer
Stronger together
Other
Huddles
etc.
Local
Political
Groups
Community
Organizations
How can I make a difference?
Local Elections
Women's Rights &
Reproductive Rights
No Ban No Wall
(Refugees & Borders)
The Environment
The Affordable Care Act
1st HB Huddle
Feb. 11, 2017

Now We Act

Communicate
Website: HBHuddle.com
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/
hbhuddle
/
Events Calendar
Weekly emails
HBHuddle.com
Groups report Wednesday
HBHuddle email Friday
Vote our entire ballots in the midterm and know who and what we are voting for.
Have 6HB huddle meetings of 60
people or more in a six month
period.
Huddle Goals
share ideas and plan actions
Meeting Minutes
Calendars
Links to previous emails
Entire
Huddle
Group
Subgroups
Steering
Committee
Communication
Strategy
Communications
Team
Steering Committee
Structure
Guidelines
Best
Practices
11
Next Huddle
9:30

To be a fluid and evolving group...
Music: www.bensound.com
Section #1:
Upcoming Events
Section #2:
Actions you can
complete in 1 hour
Section #3:
Group News
THE IDEAL MODEL

OFA's model of leadership is represented by the shape of a snowflake, where the leader is in the center, but is not the only focal point.

The snowflake model also signifies delegation, shared responsibility, and teamwork.
admin@hbhuddle.com
This is our on-boarding task that makes you an official HB Huddle member.
Survey Results:

Out of our email list of 105 people 62 responded to the survey.
If you are new this survey will go out with our next email please fill it out.
Who are we?
69% of the survey responses were 45 or older
10% of responders never use Facebook
28% don’t check it regularly
65.4% are looking to be “Role Players”
A lot of us our new to activism and have never joined a group like this.
Time Commitment
56% of responders were looking to contribute an hour a week
31% could contribute an hour a day
11% could contribute 10 hours a week ---------> Join the Stir & Steer Group & You’ll Be The Most Effective
When asked which issue were most important
the answer was
ALL!
What are you looking to get out of this group?
“A sense of being part of an activist community”
“The satisfaction that I’m doing more
than screaming into the abyss”
“Build a network that can influence the community”
“The power to make a difference with like minded people. I am angry, scared, disappointed and I will not sit down and be quiet.”
“United actions & results”
Where should we meet?
Several people said they were willing to contribute
to cover the cost of the library room rental
Burning desire: Was there something you wanted to say
during our 1st meeting that did get enough attention?

Please share it here!
“One thing we discussed in the No Ban/No Wall group was civility.
Keeping all interactions civil and never calling names.
That wasn’t shared out with the bigger group and we agreed it should have been.”
“#45 is the catalyst of us coming together, but it is a blessing.

There are many issues that have gone unaddressed for years because we assumed

they were moving forward or being handled.

Had it not been for #45, we would not be in that room. Things happen for a reason.

Let's put our energies towards fixing the issues, not just hating and opposing

#45 - even though one might have begotten the other.”
If you are new or you haven’t filled out the survey yet,
do it!
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