Next Generation Association iPortal

Next Generation Association iPortal

Professional associations are losing members and sight of the future. This iPortal process, through weekly modules will re-energize the leaders and give for them ideas to add value to their association and gain a new generation of members.

Driving It Home

Driving it Home is a participatory culture process that uses spaced learning to help change behavior in participants over a 9 to 12 month period. The participants are asked to view, listen and read real life stories that translate a concept or lesson. The participants are then asked to contribute to the lessons by answering questions and sharing ideas with other participants and team leaders. This process can be used for any content.
Driving It Home
Driving it Home for Individuals

Driving it Home for Individuals

Same process as for organizations, but for personal development. Individuals will follow touchpoints over time and then contribute to an open social network.

Films

Short videos that present a concept with stories to help change behavior. These are used by leaders as tools in their leadership role. They are used to spur conversation, dialogue and learning on the team.
Films
Book

Book

Seeing Red Cars is a mindset that will help you focus on positive outcomes and stay relevant, the most critical ability going forward. The process discovers why we focus on what we fear and how we can turn fear into a focus that moves you to a positive future.
  • dan-rockwell-square

    “If you can’t state what you want, describe your plan, and define a time-line for getting there, “Seeing Red Cars,” is for you.

    Highly Recommended”

    — Dan Rockwell, Author of Leadership Freak
  • Cali Ressler & Jody Thompson

    “Utilizing Goodrich’s approach will set you on a road you may never have dreamed possible. Ready, go!

    — Cali Ressler and Jody Thompson, coauthors of Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It and creators of the Results-Only Work Environment
  • Tony Deblauwe

    “Provides the toolkit and the foundation for people to define their purpose and generate value with realistic and practical solutions.”

    — Tony DeBlauwe, Senior HR Partner for a global technology organization; founder, HR4Change; and author of Tangling with Tyrants
  • Don Tapscott

    “As the marketplace’s creative destruction grows ever more creative and destructive, it’s essential to keep your wits about you and direct your personal and professional energies where they are most effective. Goodrich gives you the tools and guidance to do just that.”

    — Don Tapscott, coauthor of Wikinomics and Macrowikinomics; Chairman, nGenera Insight; and Adjunct Professor of Management, University of Toronto