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Collective Impact: Building Coalitions That Thrive Through Difference, Commitment, and Complexity

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015 12:00pm - 1:30pm EST

Presented by the Community Health Training Institute

 

Description

There's a lot of buzz about Collective Impact. What is it and who is using it? FSG, a leading organization in the field, created this definition:

 "Collective impact occurs when organizations from different sectors agree to solve a specific social problem using a common agenda, aligning their efforts, and using common measures of success." In addition to defining key elements of Collective Impact, HRiA's Steve Ridini will discuss the application of a Collective Impact approach -- and how it led to success in public health-related issues in MA and other areas.

 

Learning Objectives: Participants in the webinar will be able to

  1. Define the Collective Impact approach.
  2. Name the key elements that comprise Collective Impact.
  3. Discuss examples of the Collective Impact approach resulting in success on the state and local levels.

 

Presenter

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


 

Facilitator: Judith Foley, Health Resources in Action

 

Webinar Recording

 

Presentation

SRidini_CollectiveImpact_6-30-15.pdf

 

Resources (under construction)

www.hriainstitute.org

www.communitycommons.org

PartnershipRecruitment.docx

Embracing Equity P&P Report May 2015.pdf

Multi-Sector Partnerships and Sustaining Coalition Development

Monitoring and Evaluating Multi-Sector Partnerships

CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator: http://www.cdc.gov/chinav/

 

 

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