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Wed, Jun 28


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Collaboration to Create and Practice a Shared Vision

An intensive learning opportunity for place-based community organizations and networks for effective collaboration

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Time & Location

Jun 28, 2023, 7:00 PM – Jun 29, 2023, 7:00 PM

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About the event

Harnessing the power of Collaboration between peer organizations can create significant and positive change across communities. Effective collaboration begins with a shared vision between the organizations, individuals, families, and communities. Learn more about how to create a shared vision to support the work of your organization and networks.

Join us for the learning cohort: Collaboration to Create and Practice a Shared Vision, a unique, intensive learning opportunity designed specifically to support organizations and networks that are invested in positive changes for their communities.

What is it about?

  • Understanding Positive Partnering and Collaborations
  • Creating broad community goals as an umbrella for synergistic strategies.
  • Motivating people to work together to achieve North Star goals.
  • How to bring people together for collective action
  • On-going management of interactions, conflicts, and competition
  • Sustainability

Who is it for? A Shared Vision is the key to success for place-based initiatives. The Collaboration to Create and Practice a Shared Vision learning opportunity is designed to help organizations and communities revisit their past collaborative efforts to improve their strategies to meet their goals, post-pandemic.

How will the Learning Cohort work, and when does it begin?

This Learning Cohort will take place for five one and one-half hour sessions on Tuesdays beginning July 11, 2023, every two weeks until August 22, 2023, ending three weeks later, September 12, 2023.

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No additional Coast to Population Change Institute Memberships with Cohort Learning option.

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