With so many different stakeholders at the table, coming to consensus over the key issues and how to approach them can seem like a daunting task.
Join FSG’s John Kania and Abigail Stevenson in a conversation with Adrienne Abbate of the Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness as they demonstrate how to develop the initiative’s vision and shared goals.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to get to a common understanding of the problem being addressed — What is in? What is out?
- How to conduct research and identify potential indicators for progress
- How to establish ownership and buy-in from key stakeholders and implementers
Watch the Webinar
Watch the Getting Started Series:
- Part 1: Is Collective Impact the Right Approach For You?
- Part 2: Setting the Scene for Collective Impact
- Adrienne Abbate, Executive Director, Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness
- John Kania, Managing Director, FSG
- Abigail Stevenson, Associate Director, FSG
About the Panelists
Adrienne Abbate, Executive Director, Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness – Adrienne Abbate is the Executive Director of the Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness and the Project Director of the Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (TYSA) Initiative, a cross sector coalition aimed at leveraging the power of collective impact to improve health outcomes for Staten Island youth. Ms. Abbate’s background is in public health program management, coalition building, and community organizing. Ms. Abbate holds a Masters of Public Administration in Health Policy from the NYU Wagner School of Public Service and a BA in Biology from Reed College.
John Kania, Managing Director, FSG – For the last thirty years John has advised senior management on issues of strategy, organizational development, and change management. John speaks, writes and consults principally in the arena of collective impact, helping multi-sector collaborations around the world achieve positive and consistent progress at scale.
Abigail Stevenson, Associate Director, FSG – Abi has experience in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors addressing a range of social issues. She has particular experience in health-related topics including including racial and socioeconomic inequities in healthcare, rural access to care, and quality improvement programs.