Highlights

  • Deep dive workshops with tools and coaching, tailored to where you are in your collaborative change process. If you are just getting started, setting an agenda, or implementing and sustaining collaboration, we have specific workshops for you.
  • Snapshots of successes and failures from cross-sector leaders who are collaborating and achieving measurable change in their communities or sectors on complex challenges.
  • An immersion into community engagement learning with citizen leaders on why and how to engage.

 To build the practice and learning of Australia’s collaborations, we are also launching:

  • The Australian Collaborative Change Process, developed by Collaboration for Impact. The model is the result of four years of on-the-ground practice, expertise and development. It articulates the stages, practices, leadership and tools required to achieve large-scale social change. 
  • The Collaboration Health Assessment Tool. This innovative online self-assessment tool provides a guide to the health of your collaboration. Developed and tested by Collaboration for Impact in partnership with the Centre for Social Impact, the tool will assist collaborations across Australia in self-identifying their progress and creating a plan for development.

Additional workshops to be held following the conference on 19th July (spaces are limited):

1.     Government Workshop: Exploring the role of government in complex change processes.

  • Skill sessions on influencing and enabling collaborative practice
  • Influencing your system to respond to complexity
  • Developing and expanding authority
  • Government as an enabler: insights from the ground on how government enables collaboration
  • Opportunities and challenges
  • Case studies on government’s role in effective collaborative change processes

2.     Evaluators Workshop: How do we learn and measure progress in complexity?

  • The case for change: building impact measurement systems and practices that are fit for purpose
  • Skill development sessions on contribution analysis, qualitative comparative analysis and approaches to measure system change
  • Learning from the field: working with a live developmental evaluation case study

 

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