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WEBINAR | Four Agendas for Leading Multi-stakeholder Collaboration

Collaborative Leadership, Webinars and Videos, Community Innovation, Social Innovation, Collaboration, Galen MacLusky

Collaborative Innovation is a process model and an integrated set of concrete tools to effectively lead powerful change with multi-stakeholder, multi-sector collaborations.

In this webinar, Russ Gaskin and Heather Equinoss of Co-Creative Consulting introduce this exciting approach for collaboration, provide a roadmap to guide how this work unfolds, and introduce the “four agendas” of collaborative innovation that build momentum, accountability, and meaningful change:

• Connecting: How to build trusting connections across the many boundaries between people
• Aligning: How to align around a clear and deeply shared intent for your work together
• Learning: How to understand the larger system and the human experience within it
• Making: How to build and test tangible solutions and bring them to scale

After this webinar, you will be able to:

• Identify where you might need to focus your efforts to strengthen the four agendas
• Dive deeper into Collaborative Innovation to build your capacity as a collaborative changemaker
• Decide whether Collaborative Innovation could be a useful approach for you, your organization, and your collaborative

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