Broadly defined, a network is a series of connections. It can be comprised of people, skills, resources, knowledge, and much more. We’re most familiar with formal networks like associations, committees, or congregations. But an emergent phenomenon is the swarm – groups of individuals that gather quickly around a cause and disperse just as fast when a goal has been accomplished. Learn how different types of networks have solved social issues. You’ll leave equipped with practical ideas about how to connect to the right network to amplify you impact.