How to Avoid and Solve Common Dangers to Collective Impact Implementation: Virtual Office Hour

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If you have questions about how to navigate the various dangers that can challenge progress for your collective impact work, we’re here to help.

Join us on Wednesday, April 13 at 3pm ET for the final session in our spring virtual office hour series, How to Avoid and Solve Common Dangers to Collective Impact Implementation.

In this session, Collective Impact Forum team members Jennifer Splansky Juster and Paul Schmitz will be answering your questions about ways to approach leading teams, working with partners, and making decisions while navigating the hurdles that often come up while doing collaborative work.

Bring your questions and we’ll spend the hour going through as many as we can to help provide guidance and clarity to your work.

What’s a Virtual Office Hour? The Virtual Office Hour is another way to respond to the burning questions of collective impact practitioners. The office hours are casual Q&A sessions: no formal presentations, but rather an opportunity to spend the hour answering questions about a specific topic.

Can’t make the time, but interested in this topic? Registering means we’ll send you a copy of the recording, normally within 24 hours of the live event.

How to Avoid and Solve Common Dangers to Collective Impact Implementation

  • Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2022
  • Time: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET
  • Guests: Jennifer Splansky Juster and Paul Schmitz

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