Collective Impact
National - Online

Before applying for this workshop, please complete the Self-Assessment for Collective Impact


Innoweave is pleased to offer a National Collective Impact Workshop 1

Focus on an area to create impact, and hypothesize a plan to achieve it by working collaboratively

Collective Impact Workshop 1 is designed to support a team of leaders from the same community (usually representing 4 or more organizations) who have committed to working on a common issue and have confirmed the support of a core group of organizations. Collectives will likely have identified their common population-level impact goal, and should be at the early stages of identifying population-level outcomes.

The workshop will help teams of leaders to:

  1. Articulate and refine population-level outcome goals that they wish to achieve.
  2. Develop a hypothesis of the activities required to begin achieving those outcomes (e.g., a theory of change).
  3. Identify how they will test (and improve) their theory of change.
  4. Build a community engagement strategy that ensures key stakeholders and other leaders are part of the change process.
  5. Develop a 4-6 month strategy to deepen engagement on the issue and advance activities to test a collective hypothesis.

Teams approved to participate in the workshop will be asked to participate in a brief kick-off meeting with Innoweave before Part A of the workshop.

The Innoweave Collective Impact Workshop 1 builds on the Innoweave Introduction to Collective Impact Webinar. You are encouraged to view this pre-recorded webinar online prior to submitting your application to the workshop.

Event details:

  • When: Part A on Wednesday, November 27th, 2019, 12:00-3:00 pm ET, and Part B and Wednesday, December 11th, 2019, 12:00-3:00 pm ET. Participants are expected to attend both Parts A and B. The workshop will include a brief preliminary call with Innoweave staff before November 27th, and interim coaching support between Parts A and B.
  • Where: Online via Cisco WebEx. Login details will be provided to all participating teams.
  • Cost: This workshop is available to participants at no cost.
  • Deadline: Applications are due by Wednesday, November 13th, 2019. Space is limited. Successful applicants will be notified by Friday, November 15th, 2019.

What Happens After a Workshop?

Participating organizations will also be eligible to apply for customized coaching services to help them with development following the workshop. To learn more about Collective Impact funding, click here.

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