This document can help communities determine if Collective Impact is an appropriate approach for addressing the problem they are trying to tackle. It also provides a worksheet to assess community readiness based on four Pre-Conditions needed for launching a Collective Impact initiative.
This template can help any team get from action planning to real action through tracking activities, timelines, who will lead, and how you will know you are successful. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or other support you might need in getting started!
60 minute interactive webinar that covers topics including:
Brief Vision & History of Civic Network
Creating Profiles, Organizations, Networks, and Sub Networks
Joining, and inviting people to join, networks
Uploading documents and adding meetings
Case Study: Healthy Schools Collective Impact
Discussion and Q & A
Preview of coming attractions on Civic Network
Strategic learning based on shared measurement is often what separates effective collaboration from well-intended cooperation. This workshop explores lessons learned from effective examples of shared measurement systems and emphasizes the importance of continuous learning in the process of reaching true impact.
For many communities, collective impact can feel like a journey into the unknown. This session provides a practical road map for the start-up stage of collaborative efforts—the outcomes, the activities, the concrete steps involved, and what you need to accomplish will all be addressed. A case study will bring the overall framework to life and help take the mystery out of collective impact.
The Collective Impact Summit will use a Community Learning Model to weave together theory and practice, experiences and concrete tools, individual stories and systems perspectives while building a culture of collaboration among attendees.
Join our team – Community Collaboration Specialist
The Civic Canopy (Canopy) is a nonprofit organization with the vision of a society where the many work as one for the good of all. The Community Collaboration Specialist will coordinate and facilitate Canopy projects that provide capacity building for individuals, organizations and coalitions to enhance skills and knowledge in complex collaboration for social change. Responsibilities will adjust relative to specific project deliverables, but will incorporate the activities and duties including:
Project Delivery and Facilitation
Team Wide Activities
Only electronic submission is accepted. Please submit a resume, cover letter and three references to Rene@thehrshop.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled, but review of applications will begin immediately. Interviews will be calendared beginning the week of July 8, 2019.
Click to view full Community Collaboration Specialist position description, or visit our website at www.civiccanopy.org/about-us/join-our-team