5 tips from NCN Spring Regional Chapter Roundtables
Last week we had our first NCN Regional Chapter Roundtables of 2022. These Regional Chapter Roundtables occur once a quarter, and I am really enjoying seeing each chapter build its own identity and community for peer learning and connection. I am always so impressed by the tricks of the trade and new things I learn from our members at these roundtables, and I wanted a way to bring these to all of our NCN community. So, after each quarter’s round of roundtables, I’ll be sharing 5 tips I heard from the regional chapters about nonprofit centers and social purpose real estate. So without further adieu, let’s see what I learned about this time!
5 tips from NCN Regional Chapter Roundtables:
1. Try a plant swap
As spring arrives, try a plant swap as a fun way to build community at your center or between your tenants.
There might be more commonalities than you think between nonprofit centers and Memphis’ incredibly innovative library highlighted in this article.
3. Consider a dishwasher
If you’re a center in development, center in operation members highly encourage a dishwasher, emphasizing how key it can be for daily operations.
This 2022 report that was shared is a guide to help better understand Canadian real estate development and infrastructure construction costs.
5. Bring awareness to our own biases
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Be sure to check your calendar invitation from us for the next roundtable in June to hear some tips firsthand. Want to be part of your Regional Chapter, but aren’t an NCN member yet? Fill out this form to learn more about your Regional Chapter and membership.