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GroupTake Sessions

Wisdom of the Crowd

The Socratic method mines the Wisdom of the Crowd with Copley Raff’s GroupTake Solutions. This powerful resource helps advancement professionals and volunteers develop creative solutions to challenges … and reveals pathways for building on new opportunities.

Each session runs 90 minutes with groups limited to 25 participants. There are no fees and all conversations are strictly confidential.

Upcoming Sessions

Building a Major Donor Pipeline

Wednesday, January 12, 2022
11:00 – 12:30 pm EST

A group of peers will discuss strategies and tools to build and manage a major donor pipeline. The facilitator uses a Socratic process that involves everyone and builds on the collective wisdom of the group.

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Building a Major Donor Pipeline

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
11:00 – 12:30 pm EST

A group of peers will discuss strategies and tools to build and manage a major donor pipeline. The facilitator uses a Socratic process that involves everyone and builds on the collective wisdom of the group.

What Participants Say About GroupTake Sessions

“​Yesterday’s session was great. I loved everything about it​.The Socratic method was very effective. You are a skilled facilitator. What fun to see​ your Copley Raff colleague​ Sue Kinney again. Her comments were particularly insightful I thought.​ Can’t wait for another dance Socrates.”
Judy Harrington, Principal, Harrington Management​ International

“I find the Copley Raff’s GroupTake session extremely helpful. Joining with colleagues in the field to creatively address challenges and opportunities in our work is a wonderful way to learn and feel supported. And the group has a lot of fun too.”
Katie Broach, Director of Development, Hopkinton Center for the Arts

That was a very helpful session! Thank you for your time and the ingenious organization. At first, I could not figure out how asking questions was going to help anyone. It turns out, the Socratic method works! So many good ideas. I have 14 for starters. Very fruitful and rewarding.
Ellen Hallett, Board Chair, City Strings United