Most Salesforce Community Leaders organise their community programs as a side job, always as a volunteer, in addition to their day work. On a good day, your formal training is in IT or business process mapping. Rarely have you been given guidance on running events, evaluating presentations and growing their communities.
Then reserve 20th and 21st June in your diary.
In a reasonably cool and trendy part of Europe, with picturesque landscapes*, we’ll be covering the technicalities of help you run or expand your community program, and then we’ll move on to making this sustainable for the long term.
We’re looking at relationship building, career paths and understanding your brand. Both for you and how and why this impacts your community and the benefits it can bring to both.
But – perhaps because trust and authenticity are so important – we’ll be looking at some very real challenges too: with so much information available and so many opportunities to be involved, hyper-engagement burnout is a real possibility, we’ll be exploring this and other topics.
Want to know more?
Join our mailing list. This year we have opened up attendance to Community Group & Salesforce Saturday Leaders, Salesforce MVPs, Einstein & Lightning Champions and anyone else deeply involved in community activities (e.g. active bloggers and people running unaffiliated groups) so tell your friends. Tickets on sale 14th February!
* picturesque landscapes really depend on your point of view, but if you want to see more canals than Venice, whilst cycling through beautiful parks, we think we’ve got you covered. Just saying.