I’m incredibly proud of both courses.
Strategic Community Management equips you with the skills to gain internal support, define your community strategy, and execute that strategy at a very advanced level. You will learn what a strategy looks like, how to make sure everything connects, understand what behaviors you need from members, and emotional tools to get members to do what you need them to do.
This course is focused on driving results, not just a lot of engagement. 120+ people have taken the course so far this year, it’s been by far the most popular course we’ve ever hosted.
Psychology of Community equips you with the skills to execute at a tactical level. If you want to research and understand how to motivate members, identify what they need, and persuade them to take actions that you need them to take, this course will help.
If Strategic Community Management explains what to do, Psychology of Community explains how to do it.
Each course is $675 each or $1100 combined, you can find more information on the pages above.
Enrollment is open from today, let me know if you have any questions.