Registration Due Date: 12/10/20
Provider Organization: Tamarack Institute
About the Tamarack Institute
The Tamarack Institute develops and supports collaborative strategies that engage citizens and institutions to solve major community issues across Canada and beyond. Their belief is that when people are effective in strengthening community capacity to engage citizens, lead collaboratively, deepen community, and reduce poverty, their work contributes to the building of peace and a more equitable society.
About the Opportunity
This virtual workshop explores the strategies needed to design participants’ Collective Impact initiative for maximum impact. Learn about the key elements that enable the Collective Impact Framework to fulfill its potential as a catalyst for large-scale change.
Participants will be given tools and frameworks for building commitment and co-creating a compelling, shared strategy for change that can be used in both in-person and virtual environments. Tamarack values small group interaction and workshop environments. They are intentionally limiting each virtual workshop to 50-60 participants to ensure that all participants maximize their learning and connection.
The price for this workshop is $199 for a single registration. Groups of 3 are eligible for a discounted price of $159 per person.
- Part One includes a 1-hour pre-learning and self-reflection component where participants will be asked to assess the phase of their Collective Impact (CI) Initiative
- Part Two includes a 3.5-hour virtual workshop on December 10th that draws upon lessons from the field to focus on the essential elements to ensure participants’ CI Initiative is designed to be a successful catalyst in building a movement for change.
- Part Three includes a one-hour coaching session on January 14th to deepen participants’ knowledge and practice of CI 3.0.
The workshop package will be filled with content, stories, and practical tools and takeaways that participants can use. This session offers an opportunity to accelerate the effective implementation of Collective Impact by drawing upon lessons and successes from the field.
- Sylvia Cheuy
- Liz Weaver