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As non-profits face a changing landscape there are many uncertainties. However, when the political winds change, the pieces are in place for a progressive agenda, and dramatic changes in public policy can also provide the impetus to pursue local and regional innovations. One alternative is to come together to achieve greater collective impact around pressing community issues.

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When: September 20, 2017
9:30am - 12:30pm
Where: University of Bridgeport Waterbury Center
84 Progress Lane
Waterbury, Connecticut  06705
United States
Presenter: Sharon Danosky, President & Founder, Danosky & Associates
Contact: Odessa Lopez
860-525-5080 x1020


Online registration is available until: 9/20/2017
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Working for Change: Collective Impact

 

Learn the skills to work collectively with other nonprofits to positively impact your communities! Collective impact brings together organizations from different sectors to collaborate to address specific social problems. Employing the five essential components of Collective Impact leads to significant results: a common agenda, shared efforts, implementation, shared measurements, continuous communication, and backbone support.

 

At a time of increasing uncertainty, it is important for nonprofits to work together around pressing community issues. In 2011, the Stamford Social Innovator published Channeling Change, Making Collective Impact Work by John Kania and Mark Kramer. Their pivotal work prompted discussions and innovative approaches to the issues facing many of our communities.

 

Participants will review the collective impact model, how it can be incorporated as part of the strategic planning process and offer organizations the opportunity to explore collaboration from the perspective of achieving more significant impact than by addressing issues in a silo. 

 

This workshop is co-sponsored with the Connecticut Community Foundation.

 

About the Presenter:
For more than 30 years, Sharon J. Danosky, founder and president of Danosky & Associates, has dedicated her career to working with not-for-profit organizations. As both a consultant and a senior executive for numerous charitable organizations, she has transformed organizations into highly effectively charities of choice in their communities. Through a well-honed skill set that includes strategic planning, fund-raising and tactical marketing, coupled with her passion and vision, she has guided not-for-profits in their quest for achieving that “next level”, thereby fulfilling their mission and their promise to the community.Sharon has worked on both sides of the not-for-profit arena – as a senior professional working on the executive management team of several highly effective non-profits and as a skilled consultant, helping grassroots organizations, advising political candidates and leading major campaigns for established non-profit organizations. In 1999 she was part of a ten-member delegation that worked with non-governmental organizations in Russia.Sharon has served – and continues to serve – on numerous Boards of not-for-profit organizations. She is a member of and has served on the Boards of NEAHP and AFP. She is also a sought-after presenter at regional, national and international conferences.


Danosky & Associates is a Woman Owned Small/Minority Business Enterprise

 

Program Fees:

The member fee is $50 and the not-yet-member fee is $90 for general registration.

Payment is due in full upon registration and enrollment will not be guaranteed until payment is received.

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