Summer School Series: Collective Impact in Practice
August 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmFree
Instructor: Laura Clark, President & CEO, United Way of Central Carolinas
Today’s challenges are large scale, arise from interactions of many factors, and therefore require a multi-organizational response. Collaboration alone won’t do. Collective Impact is built on a common goal and outcomes and requires active coordination, data-sharing and continuous improvement. It focuses on both the task at hand and the system around it. This session will present an overview of collective impact, including real-world examples of how it works–and fails–in practice, and how to start this work in your community.
IEI’s Summer School Series will offer a number of online discussions, training, and workshops that will help communities work better together to identify challenges, problem-solve, and connect to resources. This four-part capacity building series will engage participants in virtual learning and sharing on the following topics: Civic Engagement, Storytelling, Adaptive Leadership, and Collective Impact.
(Please note: You do not have to register for all four parts of the series. Participants may register for our 4-part Summer School or individual sessions.)Register Now