A special one day work-shop is being held in Auckland on March 12 will give participants the know-how to engage their community and build a common agenda for large scale change.
Run by Paul Born, a global leader on issues of place, collective impact and community motivation, the workshop will cover the fundamental principles of Collective Impact. Paul will share his key insights as one of North America’s top Community Engagement leaders on how Deepening Community can sustain us as leaders and the outcomes we so desire.
- Create a large scale common agenda for your collaborative efforts
- Form multi sector leadership teams for system transformation
- Harness the latest techniques for community engagement
- Involve those who will most benefit from the change you hope to see
- Connect your love for community as essential for social transformation
- Deepening community in the lives of your clients and strengthen their engagement in social change.
- Understand the 5 key elements of collective impact: Common agenda, shared measurement, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication and the Backbone role.
Paul Born holds a Masters degree in Leadership and is the President and cofounder of the Tamarack Institute which since 2001 has provided leadership in Canada on issues of citizen engagement, collaborative leadership and community innovation.
DATE: 12th March 2015
TIME: One day workshop – 9.30am to 4.00pm (Registrations and coffee from 9.00am)
VENUE: Parnell Community Centre Jubilee Building, 545 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
”Community has the power to change everything. No amount of innovation, individual brilliance, or money can transform our broken society as effectively and sustainably as building community. Deepening Community provides useful and inspiring guidance for leaders everywhere who seek to create better outcomes in their work.” John Kania (of FSG and co-founder of the Collective Impact movement worldwide)
The registration rate for this full day workshop is $275.
Register online at www.bankofideas.com.au
Have questions? Contact Peter Kenyon at email@example.com