Collective Impact
Community of Practice

Next Meeting

Date: March 15, 2018 at 1 pm EST

Topic:  Details soon to come! Please come prepared to talk and ask questions.  If you want to be part of this initiative, please contact Pooja Lal Mohan

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The aim of this Collective Impact Community of Practice (CoP) is to bring together committed individuals who have a desire to work collaboratively to learn, share and build the capacity of its members.

Benefits of Membership

By joining this unique community of practice you will be able to share your experiences and knowledge in free-flowing and creative ways with other professionals who are working on similar challenges or issues. By engaging in facilitated conversations with your peers, you will uncover new approaches to problems, build your professional skill set, access new ideas and contribute to the transfer of best practices.

Our Commitment

  • Provide a system of support and ongoing professional development for individuals who are working on Collective Impact
  • Support and encourage the development and extension of specialist knowledge
  • Keep abreast of and participate in leading best practices
  • Identify potential areas for research and development
  • Mentorship to build capability of less experienced practitioners
  • Provide a facilitated communication channel
  • Provide a mutual support network for solo practitioners
  • Create a link with other networks and Communities of Practice
  • Provide the opportunity for participants to have exposure and a ‘user experience’ of a variety of online technologies

Our Members 

The Collective Impact Community of Practice is comprised of a diverse group of participants from different places and organizations. Here are some of the groups that take part:

  • Education
  • United Way
  • Public Health
  • Government
  • Mental Health Organizations
  • Environmental Organizations
  • Children and Youth netowrks
  • Community Centers

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