March 9, 2018
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
8:30 Registration and Breakfast
Native American Cultural Center
318 W. McCreary Dr.
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff AZ 86011
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To better plan for the workshop and address your team’s specific goals, we will be working with concepts of collective impact, which has has been adopted as an effective way to address complex social and environmental challenges. This structured way of achieving social change includes 5 conditions that together can take your coalition from common goals to uncommon results!
common agenda – coming together to collectively define the problem and create a shared vision to solve it.
shared measurement – agreeing to track progress in the same way, which allows for continuous improvement.
mutually reinforcing activities – coordinating collective efforts to maximize the end result.
continuous communication – building trust and relationships among all participants.
strong backbone – an organization (like a coalition or its lead agency) that is dedicated to orchestrating the work of the group.
more information about collective impact can be found at http://www.collaborationforimpact.com/collective-impact/