Upcoming Webinars

 

The LISC Office of Family Income and Wealth Building periodically offers webinar trainings on a variety of topics connected to Bridges to Career Opportunities. Keep an eye out here for upcoming webinars.



 
Salesforce Support Hours


Starting in June 2018, Support hours will be held every first and third Monday* of the month

1:00 pm | Central Daylight Time | 1 hr

*Excluding Holidays

Bring your questions to the support session and review how to enter data in FFT Salesforce.


Click here to join the meeting

Or call (415) 655-0002

Meeting number (access code): 311 399 916 



 

Project Reinvest Office Hours

Every Tuesday*
11:00 am | Central Daylight Time| 1 hr
*Tuesday April 24th office hours rescheduled for Monday April 23rd*

Join to ask questions or get clarification on the grant requirements, tracking outcomes in SalesForce and client documentation

Click here to join the meeting
or call (415) 655-0002
Meeting Number (access code): 644 401 333

 
Project Reinvest- Requirement Review *Required*

Monday June 18, 2018

12:00 pm | Central Daylight Time | 1hr


All Project Reinvest subgrantees are required to attend a webinar on program and documentation requirements.  This webinar will cover programmatic compliance including timelines, file documentation and notations in SalesForce.


Please Register HERE

Using Visual Clues to Increase Client Retention

Thursday, June 21, 2018

1:00 pm | Central Daylight Time | 1hr


Why do some people connect with financial coaching while others drop off? And what does it take to keep clients engaged so they can achieve their financial goals? Those are some of the questions LISC has been asking about our Financial Opportunity Centers. With generous support from MetLife Foundation, we teamed up with Duke University’s Common Cents Lab to analyze the behavioral science behind those dynamics. Duke talked to staff and clients at 20 FOCs and unearthed a laundry list of potential deterrents, from public transportation woes and scheduling conflicts to feeling guilty at not completing a budgeting exercise. In all of that, one issue consistently rose to the top: The feeling that the participant’s goals were so far in the future that they were unattainable.

 

Join us for this webinar where Emory Nelms of Commons Cents Lab will give an overview of the intervention and will discuss the results from the impact analysis of the intervention. 


Please Register HERE