Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: The Building Blocks of Collaborative Architecture

When:
September 16, 2019 – September 20, 2019 all day
2019-09-16T00:00:00-06:00
2019-09-21T00:00:00-06:00
Where:
Action Lab at Skills Society
10404 124 Street NW
Cost:
$2,850

A week-long deep dive into how to use multi-stakeholder collaboration as a major driving force for progressive, intentional system change.

As a global civil society, we’re learning how to tackle entrenched social problems collaboratively – that is, by bringing together individuals from deeply different backgrounds, whose perspectives and interests are widely divergent, to wrestle with their competing needs, find common ground over time, and co-develop fresh, new, practical solutions that do indeed produce positive results.

Yet, it’s also true that multi-stakeholder change initiatives are expensive, time-consuming and difficult to manage. And even worse, they often fall apart long before they achieve their stated objectives. Far too many initiatives are poorly organized, with fuzzy goals, awkward communication dynamics, sloppy governance, and sparse accountability.

This September, Sam Kaner, PhD and Nelli Noakes, MBA, MPA from San Francisco’s Community at Work are bringing their world-renowned workshop to – and Canada – for the first time.

Sam & Nelli will leave participants with the knowledge and competence to design effective collaborative strategy – the aspirational goals and the strategic goals, the stages and milestones, the structures and processes, the human dimensions and the logic dimensions.

Click here to view the Course Outline

TO APPLY

Please fill out the registration form by clicking REGISTER to the left. Katie Loutitt, Programs Manager at ECVO, will follow up with details about next steps, including payment arrangements.

THIS PROGRAM IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE CANADA-ALBERTA JOB GRANT!

Canada-Alberta Job Grant can cover as much as 2/3 of your registration fee. In order to be eligible to receive a CAJG grant for Partnership Brokers Training, you must submit your CAJG application to the Government of Alberta no later than August 15, 2019, which is 30 days prior to the start of the program. Please visit the Government of Alberta Grants Portal for more information or to apply.

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