Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
November 26, 2015
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Dartmouth Sportsplex, 110 Wyse Road
Collective Impact is a comprehensive, multi-sector approach used to address a range of complex community issues such as education, poverty, food security, neighbourhood revitalization, crime prevention, and environmental sustainability. It has been gaining real traction across North America since it was first introduced by John Kania and Mark Kramer of FSG Social Impact Consultants in 2011. The rapid uptake of Collective Impact is the result of the powerful and lasting results it has achieved. The Accelerating Community Change with Collective Impact workshop is being led by Liz Weaver, an internationally recognized trainer and community builder with experience implementing multi-sector, collective impact efforts. Liz will provide an overview of the Collective Impact Framework as well as insights, strategies and resources that you can use to increase effectiveness, build collective impact and spark community change.
Please join us to:
- Discover how collaborative tables can organize for change
- Learn about collaborative efforts now underway in Halifax -- and around the world -- that are embracing Collective Impact as their approach
- Explore how the three pre-conditions and five conditions of collective impact can enhance your local community change efforts
- Advance your community’s agenda with tools and techniques that move toward impact
- Embrace the power of citizen engagement and collective impact
This workshop is for those who:
- Desire new ways to lead, engage and transform your community
- Want to learn about collective impact and how to manage or work within a collaborative team
- Work on issues such as community engagement, health and well-being, poverty reduction, local government, community sustainability, neighbourhood renewal, crime prevention, youth development, citizen engagement, local food systems and other collaborative ideas.
- Are contemplating the start-up or renewal of a collaborative initiative
- Are a key supporter of community engagement and collaboration including NGOs, businesses; funders and national, provincial or local government
To learn more, visit the event webpage: http://events.tamarackcommunity.ca/collective-impact-halifax?utm_campaig....
Please register early for this event as Tamarack’s Collective Impact workshops often fill quickly. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me at 705.761.4078 or reach me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.