Entrenamiento y mentoreo sobre bancos de tiempo

Coordinator Peer Training and Mentoring

Receiving training from an experienced Timebank Coordinator or having someone you can ask questions in a mentor role can be a boon to starting a timebank, or for taking a timebank up to the next level.

Before reaching out to individual people on the list below, please do considerable research about time banking via the documents and links provided in the Knowledge Commons to answer your basic questions about Timebanking.

A Reminder to those who are seeking mentoring or training: Please be polite and conscientious with the people on the list below. The majority of these resources are a single person and are often busy with their own projects, and are asked to mentor or train many. It is best to first send an email introducing yourself and your project. Ask if they are available to work with you, along with what specifically you are requesting– training, mentoring or consulting. Also ask how they arrange training as far as costs, travel, etc. This is a much better approach instead of an email with multiple questions right off the bat about how to run a timebank.

Here is the Timebank Knowledge Commons List of Peer Training & Mentoring Resources

Training and Mentoring Resources

Is there a trainer you know of that needs to be here? Please have the Timebank training, mentoring or consulting person or group fill out this form to be listed here.

hOurworld Training and Consulting (tb-kc)
Linda Hogan & Terry Daniels
Social Architects at hOurworld Cooperative
Portland, Maine, USA
Email linda(at)hourworld.org
Website https://hourworld.org/_Training.htm

“hOurworld believes that organizations who have operated successful time banks have stories and resources that help birthing and existing programs. We are concerned that inaccurate information makes the whole movement vulnerable to tax liability. We also believe connections begin locally but extend everywhere through human relationships. Our training covers the histories of the movement (and there are several) through current day pilot initiatives. We like to have fun; training with others is fun.”

Mentoring or Training offered Public speaking, Trainings for giving workshops, hOurworld 2 day Immersion Training

Experience/ Expertise TimeBank start up and infrastructure development, Incorporationing the core values of TimeBanking and Co-Production, Governance, Leadership Development, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects, Fund development and fundraising activities, TimeBank coordinator training and workforce development, Technology support for further development of TimeBank( TimeBank Software development, website, webinars, social media, etc), I have led previous TimeBanking Trainings, I have hosted a TimeBanking Trainings , Social Enterprise Development

Stacey Jacobsohn (tb-kc)
Executive Director for Time Initiative of Maine
Augusta, Maine, USA
Email info(at)mainetime.org
Website http://mainetime.org

“I have extensive knowledge of the philosophy and ethical principles involved in TimeBanking; my thesis is being published now. I am skilled in empathetic communication, good with small groups and working on larger group dynamics, good with one-on-one mentoring, and I also offer skills in writing, graphics, video, and photography.”

Mentoring or Training offered – Leading basic TimeBank Trainings, Assisting with basic TimeBanking trainings, Leading specific time banking training modules (issue or skill shared), One-on-one consultation, Generating training materials (print, online, video), Trainings for giving workshops, Orientations- small groups

Experience / Expertise – TimeBank start up and infrastructure development, Incorporating the core values of TimeBanking and Co-Production, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects, TimeBank coordinator training and workforce development, Adult learning techniques, including distance learning and coaching, Research and/or Publications

Cynthia Seager (tb-kc)
Coordinator for the Community Exchange Lehigh Valley
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA
Email cseager9(at)gmail.com

“I’ve had extensive experience in a leadership capacity in Community Exchange: Member Matching, doing orientations, event planning, and leading an advisory committee for the Bethlehem Area Cluster of Community Exchange for 7 years. I also understand how a Time Bank is run since I worked in the Community Exchange office for two years, and I have been a member for 13 years. If I were to choose one skill that is more outstanding than the others on the checklist, I would lean toward using my written communication skills by generating training materials. All of my background expertise in a Time Bank setting has been a direct result of mentoring by Kathy Perlow, Membership Coordinator of Community Exchange, and my degree in Business Management.”

Mentoring or Training Offered – Leading basic TimeBank Trainings, Assisting with basic TimeBanking trainings, Leading specific time banking training modules (issue or skill shared), One-on-one consultation, Generating training materials (print, online, video), Trainings for giving workshops, Orientations- small groups

Experience / Expertise – Leadership Development, Multi-cultural sensitivity and responsiveness to reduce disparities, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects.

Kim Hodge (tb-kc)
Executive Director for the Michigan Alliance of TimeBanks
Michigan, USA
Email hodgekim(at)sbcglobal.net
Website www.mitimebanks.org

A professional with nearly thirty years experience in organizing communities, unions, political campaigns and various projects, Kim Hodge has a successful history of organizing and managing complex projects from conception to completion. In January 2008 she founded the Lathrup Village TimeBank – which has now grown to over 90 members – and continues to serve as its Co-Coordinator.

She recently worked as the Senior State Coordinator with AARP’s Divided We Fail campaign and as the Field Director for both America Votes and America Coming Together. Kim was the National Campaign Coordinator for PHI’s Health Care for Health Care Workers initiative and the project manager for the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s 3000 person Cultural Change project. She is a certified Personal and Professional Coach and founder of the International Coach Federation’s Michigan Chapter.

Mentoring or Training offered – Leading basic TimeBank Trainings, Assisting with basic TimeBanking trainings, Leading specific time banking training modules (issue or skill shared), One-on-one consultation, Public speaking, Trainings for giving workshops.

Experience / Expertise – TimeBank start up and infrastructure development, Incorporationing the core values of TimeBanking and Co-Production, Governance, Leadership Development, Strategic Planning and Sustainability, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects, Fund development and fundraising activities, TimeBank coordinator training and workforce development, Linking TimeBank development to a policy agenda, Adult learning techniques, including distance learning and coaching, Product development and dissemination of lessons learned, Technology support for further development of TimeBank( TimeBank Software development, website, webinars, social media, etc), I have led previous TimeBanking Trainings, I have hosted a TimeBanking Trainings

Kathy Perlow (tb-kc)
Membership Coordinator for Lehigh Valley Community Exchange
Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
Email Kathy.perlow(at)gmail.com
Website www.lvhn.org/wellness_resources/classes_support_groups_and_events/community_programs/community_exchange

“Having 15 years experience working on a grant funded healthcare aspect of timebanking I have a lot of knowledge to share. Being involved in our TimeBank since the start up & it’s continuance of 15 years has given me the opportunity to find unique ways to work within a large healthcare network while building a strong TimeBank model. My strongest skill would be in building relationships among clinical partners and connecting them with community resources.”

Mentoring or Training offered – Leading specific time banking training modules (issue or skill shared), One-on-one consultation

Experience / Expertise – Incorporating the core values of TimeBanking and Co-Production, Multi-cultural sensitivity and responsiveness to reduce disparities, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects, TimeBank coordinator training and workforce development, Evaluation and Quality Assurance, Product development and dissemination of lessons learned, Research and/or Publications, I have hosted a TimeBanking Trainings

Benita Muniz (tb-kc)
Coordinator of the Aurora Community Exchange
Aurora, Colorado, USA
Email b.muniz3(at)gmail.com
Website www.strengtheningneighborhoods.org/about/page/aurora-community-exchange-ace-timebank-1

“I believe every community should have an organized Time Bank or model where people can come together and share their time and talents. We need to build the trust we once had in one another and build a neighborhood that we are proud of and not live in fear. Together we will make it happen. Building new leadership so we can pass the baton for greater things to make the world a better place for future generations. I want to leave the world a better place.”

Community Organizing, leadership development. Consultant with the Denver Foundation. Past work with Denver District Attorneys office as community victim advocate on elder abuse/domestic violence. Develop and implement programs focusing on crime and quality of life issues in low income and underserved communities.

Mentoring or Training offered – Assisting with basic TimeBanking trainings, One-on-one consultation, Trainings for giving workshops.

Experience / Expertise – TimeBank start up and infrastructure development, Incorporationing the core values of TimeBanking and Co-Production, Leadership Development, Multi-cultural sensitivity and responsiveness to reduce disparities, Collaboration with human service agencies in implementing special projects, Fund development and fundraising activities, TimeBank coordinator training and workforce development, I have hosted a TimeBanking Trainings

Debbie Davis (tb-kc)
Director of the Milwaukee Time Exchange
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Email mketimeexchange(at)gmail.com
Website http://mketimeexchange.org

“The Milwaukee (Area) Time Exchange is five years old, 800+ members. I founded Mke TE and have been the director since inception.”

Mentoring or Training offered – Leading basic TimeBank Trainings, Assisting with basic TimeBanking trainings, Leading specific time banking training modules (issue or skill shared), One-on-one consultation, Public speaking

Experience / Expertise – I have hosted a TimeBanking Trainings, I have done multiple presentations on timebanking

Also see

tb-coord – for timebank coordinators
tb-best-practices – timebanking best practices
tb-problems – operations problems
tb-discussion – discussion / support forums for coordinators
tb-support – timebank support organizations
tb-training – peer training & mentoring for coordinatorsand the whole TB-KC Resource Directory + Document Library

How you can help build the Timebank Knowledge Commons

Is there a trainer you know of that needs to be here? Please have the Timebank training, mentoring or consulting person or group fill out this form to be listed here.

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