Workshop Overview: 
 

Are you passionate about spreading the ideas of liberty in a difficult place? Have you ever thought about starting a think tank or are you looking for ways to help your current organization grow and achieve a new level of success? If you answered "yes" to any of the following questions, then Think Tank Management is the course for you. Atlas Network is proud to work with more than 130 free market think tanks throughout Central Asia & Europe and in the Think Tank  Management training course we will share best practices from across the region.

We've designed this course to provide hands-on, interactive and practical skills training on understanding different think tank models, managing successful projects, fundraising planning and marketing and messaging from an emotional perspective. This course will help connect your passion to tangible practical skills. You’ll leave the training feeling empowered and capable of achieving new levels of success and impact

This workshop is being held before the Liberty International World Conference hosted by Silk Road Foundation.  

Workshop Details: 

Date: 
June 3-5, 2019

Location: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

ALA Credits: 2

Cost: Participants are asked to cover the cost of travel to and from the event. Atlas Network will provide shared hotel accommodations, meals and training materials. (Limited travel grants may be available and will be offered after acceptance into the program.)

Application Deadline: April 25, 2019

Who should attend:
  • Project managers and directors at established think tanks
  • New leaders of established organizations
  • New think tank founders
What you'll learn:
  • Think tank models and audience analysis
  • How to create meaning based marketing plans
  • How to create a basic funding strategy and budgets
  • How to develop a project timeline
Tools you'll leave Think Tank Management with: 
  • A well-honed approach to messaging
  • A fundraising plan template
  • A project management timeline ready for implementation
Deadline to apply: April 25, 2019