In this article, David Chrislip writes that we need a new form of leadership for the civic arena. This leadership must come from new and diverse sources, and its practice must take a radically different form.
David Chrislip, the co-author of Collaborative Leadership, has spent the past 30 years helping people enhance their leadership capacities and create visions and strategies for their organizations and communities by working together. His work focuses on civic leadership development, collaboratively addressing complex community issues, and organizational strategy and development.
This three-part virtual workshop is designed specifically to build the capacity of Collective Impact backbone staff and leaders. It provides participants with a solid understanding of the theory and practice of Collective Impact, as well as the necessary tools to launch a successful Collective Impact effort.
Take our new self-directed online course and build your Community Engagement toolkit at your own pace.
Hosted by Lisa Attygalle, Director of Community Engagement, the course will guide you through pre-recorded video lessons, case studies, and practical tools and resources.
The Designing for What's Next webinar and workshop series is aimed at practitioners looking to understand how to best design their organizations, their strategies, and shape their communities for what is to come as we encounter the changes that emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Vibrant Communities' Natasha Pei, Manager of Cities, in this new five-module course. Topics include Ending Working Poverty, Governments and Communities Ending Poverty, and Big Ideas for Ending Poverty.
Through this course, you'll be guided through reflective questions and exercises that will help you make the most of the course materials and content. This course is designed to help you learn at your own pace as you advocate for and advance high-impact ending poverty pathways in your community.
Join Heather Keam for our first ABCD 101 virtual workshop designed to shift your thinking so that your community is able to build their own table, and your role becomes the legs which support the table and the community-centred activities that come from it.
The success of participatory evaluation acknowledges relationship dynamics as central to the process. Join Jean-Marie Chapeau & explore the different types of participatory evaluation, and what it means at the level of community-based work.