Highlight the Power You’re Building through New Relationships 1 Instructions2 About You3 About Them4 Constituencies5 Share Your Story6 Can you add a photo?7 Do you want to debrief? (please say yes!)8 Done! Click submit! Share a little about the supporter you met with, what you learned and next steps for action. This form will then automatically create for you:1. a checklist of next steps2. draft a thank you email you can send to the supporter3. draft a tweet you can send out4. email you instructions on how to record the 1:15. flag unique messengers/stories from your 1:1 for the digital team and press/communications team6. will show your state growing in power! Tell us about you first!First Name*Last Name*Your email* Your Twitter handle (include '@' character)this is so we can give you shout outs! Tell us about the supporter you had a 1:1 with!Support First Name*Support Last Name*City* State*--AKALARAZCACOCTDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPAPRRISCSDTNTXUTVAVIVTWAWIWVWYZipSupporter Email* PhoneSupporter Twitter (include @ symbol)so we can give them a shout out! What constituency groups or perspectives does your new volunteer identify with?Check all that apply. This will help us quickly find great stories for future action!What constituencies is your new vol a part of?EducatorVeteran / Military FamilyYouth / StudentWomenSeniorSmall Business OwnerMedical ProfessionalElectedCommunity LeaderCoalition PartnerFarmerSportsman / HunterPerson of FaithFirst Time VolunteerLong Serving VolunteerLaw Enforcement / First ResponderFellowAfrican AmericanRuralPRO TIP:Don't know the answer? It's a sign you need to get more curious in your 1:1s! Ask more questions like, "what do you do for fun?" and "what other kinds of volunteer groups have you been a part of?" Bottom line: get curious and learn! Tell the story of this new relationship!Pro Tip:Remember, like any good story give details to put the reader 'in the room' with you! The questions below are designed to help draw out your story.Part 1: Introduce Us to your Volunteer!Give some details about who they are, how you met, what led to this first meeting together. Where they live, what they do (or did) for a living/for fun, etc. (example: John and I first met at the ActOnClimate training in Tampa. I learned John's been a part of the community for 20 years, as a school teacher raising his family. He loves taking his grandkids fishing in the swamps and decided to meet because he wants those swamps to be there for his grandkids too.Introduce us to your volunteerIssues important to them: Bullying Climate Gun Violence Prevent Health Care Immigration LGBTQ Middle Class Tax Hik Military/Veterans Prison Reform Race Discrimination Religious Descrim Supreme Court Women's Rights Part 2: What did you have in common?Take few sentences to share what you learned you shared in common. Not just your mutual support for certain issues, but what you have in common outside OFA. If you didn't learn anything about their family, what they do in their spare time, what sort of other volunteer work they've done, or find anything else you have in common, then that's a good indicator to get more curious in your 1:1s!What did you learn you have in common (outside of politics)?Example: we both have kids that went to the same school.Part 3: What Action Did They Say Yes To?Take a couple sentences to talk about next steps. What did you learn was a good ask or way to include them? Did you give them some meaningful responsibility in an upcoming day of action? Will they work with you to follow up with volunteers & invite them to the next event? Write a letter to editor? Take some time to share what you asked & they said yes to.What ask did they say yes to? What are they doing next?if you struggled with what to ask or getting to 'yes' check out the tips below. Consider making a list of all the ways someone could contribute at an upcoming event, ask teammates to brainstorm. Remember it isn't just 'asking' but really it's 'giving' opportunities" for people who want to help to find purpose!Actions they committed to take: Recruit others Contact Rep Social Share Write LTE Story Share Host #ImYourBoss Action Join the "Build Power Local" Initiative Host #SafeAlly Action Working Groups they decided an action opportunity for: Communications Creative Data Organizing Research Social/Digital Website Learn how to hold better 1-on-1s, build teams and relationships:- NOI 1:1 aka Building relationships (click here)- OFA HQ 1:1 Webinar Recording (click here)- OFA HQ 1:1 Webinar Powerpoint (click here) Make your story more powerful: Add a photo! A quick photo from your 1-on-1 meeting with your new volunteer can inspire others to join in and better show the great work happening in your team!Do you want to add a photo?*YesNoAdd PhotoClick "choose file" to select your favorite photo. Be sure to describe what's happening the photo in the box below that says "caption"!Upload photo to feature (optional)FileCaptionExample: photo with you & your new volunteer both holding a piece of paper with what you're fired up about, first names & city! Make it local!Other Photo (optional)FileCaption Do you want to debrief this 1:1 to see what can be learned for next time?*YesNoDebriefDebrief: Reflection & Learning Whether things went well or not-so-well you likely learned from the experience. Capture lessons learned to ensure even better results next timeBelow are questions to help you evaluate each part of what makes a good 1:1. For each section ask yourself: debrief(1) what went well(2) what didn't go well(3) when things went well, why did they go well(3) when things didn't go well what could be some reasons(4) how might you approach that part of the 1:1 differently next time?Sharing your story/stories to convey values & help open up convoFinding Connections (drawing out THEIR person stories, values, experiences)Connecting values to issue campaigns, conveying urgency & YCMAD (you can make a difference)Your Hard ASK (giving a chance to say no for chance of a yes)How do you want to do your 1:1 differently in the future?Other reflections/feedback about 1:1s building relationships? Click submit to upload your great story! Give the system 60 seconds so we can make sure this goes everywhere it needs to go! This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.