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Five Good Ideas about Collaboration: Moving Forward, Together
Date: March 30, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: St. Michael's College - Elmsley Hall - Charbonnel Lounge 81 Saint Mary Street Toronto, ON M5S 1J4 Canada
Who should attend:
Network leaders, General public
Who might be interested in this event?
To work in today's complex world and solve today's complex issues, collaboration and collective approaches are not only desirable, they are critical. Working together can bring the best of our collective wisdom to bear on the toughest of problems, it can foster a sense of belonging and galvanize hope. So why do so many collaborations end up so dysfunctional? Whether the framework is collective impact, learning labs, partnerships or networks, there are some fundamental truths about working together that can slow our work down or make it soar.
On March 30, we will explore fresh ways of thinking about working together and discover some underlying secrets to creating inspiring and successful collaborations.
March 29, 2015
Can't make it to the live event? You can join us online! You can remotely access the presentation and participate in a virtual chat during the session on the Five Good Ideas webpage. Please visit the alternative registration page to sign up for the livestream. We ask in advance for your patience with any technical difficulties we may encounter.
Contact details for the event:
Additional information - please contact Katarina Vukobratovic at firstname.lastname@example.org