Continuous communication is a key element of any collective impact approach. Knowing that, we identified WPRC’s refreshed web presence, which went live last month, as a critical component of the backbone work required to support the WPRC in taking action on key (game changer) priorities for 2017 and beyond.
Social leadership training for young Canadians between 18-35Kirsti Battista
Active Citizens Social Enterprise (ACSE)is a social leadership training programme that provides opportunity to young Canadians between the ages of 18-35 from diverse backgrounds, to learn about and experiment with social innovation through intercultural dialogue and community-led social development.
Sharing learning from the Evaluation Community of PracticeAlison Homer
Tammy Horne of WellQuest Consulting Ltd. shares her recommendations on incorporating reflective conversations and collaborative sense-making processes to our work, in order to further evaluative thinking and an appreciation for learning.
Seminar on core competencies for conducting a community engagement effort, with Chris SoderquistNatasha Pei
This session will introduce an integrated set of adaptive learning competencies that are essential for generating effective, collective, community impact. These competencies are: systems thinking, conversational capacity, and 'yes to the mess'.