Before Indy Hall was big, we were small most importantly, the stuff we learned when we were small inform the things we focus on as we grow. Being small is awesome. I miss it some days
Angels suggestions are ace, obviously. Food events are easy wins. Pot lucks are even easier, and help give people a taste of contribution which is a big part of the equation.
Group projects are valuable too! Nothing brings people together like a common problem to solve (except food maybe).
The key to WHATEVER you choose is creating rhythm and ritual. Make it a regular thing. Make it something people can look forward to. Make it easy to repeat.
And don't feel bad if it's just a couple of people who participate. 1>0.
I've added more detail and examples here: https://dangerouslyawesome.com/2017/04/how-to-get-people-more-involved-in-your-community-without-forcing-it/
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On Aug 25, 2017, 11:48 AM -0400, Angel Kwiatkowski <[email protected]>, wrote:
I have run a smaller space for over 7 years. Here is my best recommendation on an event that has been very well-liked by the community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3ePxJqyE2s
On Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 11:34:12 AM UTC-6, [email protected] wrote:
> I recently joined the coworking community a few months ago as a Community Manager for Pro Desk Space in Downtown Fullerton (CA).
> Our location is fairly small compared to other communities, and has been operating for about 2 years now.
> What are some tips for a new Community Manager to actively engage with the community and their members?
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