Ways to get involved
The Orientation gave you a taste of what 100-Day Challenges are all about, told through the story of a real 100-Day Challenge. There are different ways to get involved with 100-Day Challenges
If you are currently a role player in a 100-Day Challenge, you got a glimpse of what is possible in 100-days. We hope this inspires you to become part of the transformation story.
The Ambassador learning programme, for those who want to learn how to design and facilitate a 100-Day Challenge, is currently only available through organisations or structured programmes. In future, we hope to make the Ambassadors Programme available as a Do-it-Yourself programme, for anyone interested.
100-Day Challenges stories from across the world. The journey of 100-Day teams, their impact, discoveries and learnings.
Frequently asked questions and answers about 100-Day Challenges. The rhythm, process and roles.
Published articles, blogs and media links about the 100-Day Challenge and other resources that relate to elements of 100-Day Challenges.
Jot down thoughts on these questions – to the extent they are relevant to your experience at the session:
They did some work before you received the Challenge Note. This included:
Mentors will participate in all or part of the Lift-Off Workshop, mostly at the start to provide context and answer questions, and at the end to give you and your teammates feedback about the goal and plan you develop.
During the 100 days following the Lift-Off Workshop, here’s what the Mentors will do: