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Effectively Engaging Multi-Sector Partnerships

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Monday, September 21, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am EST

Presented by the Community Health Training Institute

 

Description

 

The most effective community health collaborations and coalitions are built upon a common agenda shared by diverse sectors (e.g., healthcare, planning, housing, transportation, business, and other non-traditional partners). This webinar will present an overview of the various levels of engagement and specific strategies to engage partners at each level.

 

Audience: Individuals or teams beginning to develop a coalition or partnership, or those who are changing or expanding the focus of their coalition.

 

Learning Objectives: Participants completing the webinar will be able to:

  1. Identify “who else needs to be at the table.”
  2. Begin a stakeholder analysis.
  3. Discuss specific strategies to reach out to potential partners.
  4. Troubleshoot for engagement dilemmas.

 

Presenter

Presenter: Steve Ridini, Vice President, Health Resources in Action. Read bio.

 

 

Facilitator: Daisy Ortega, Health Resources in Action

 

Webinar Recording

 

Presentation

S Ridini EngagingMultiSectorPartners 9-21-15.pdf

 

Resources

Coalition Quality Improvement webinar

www.hriainstitute.org

www.communitycommons.org

PartnershipRecruitment.docx

PrinciplesCommEngagement_Report_508.pdf

Embracing Equity P&P Report May 2015.pdf

 Multi-Sector Partnerships and Sustaining Coalition Development

Monitoring and Evaluating Multi-Sector Partnerships

Collective Impact: Building Coalitions That Thrive Through Difference, Commitment, and Complexity
 
http://www.cdc.gov/chinav/

 

 

 

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