Exploring Collective Impact for Complex Social Issues
Are you seeking to address complex challenges with communities in which you live and work?
Are you keen to work with cross-sector organisations and groups who share a common interest to address a complex social issue in regional Western Australia? Are you eager to gain the bare necessities about using a collaborative approach to help you get started, gain practical tools, develop your network and build a movement?
Rural Health West believes lasting social change requires broad cross-sector collaboration. To explore this, we are inviting different sectors to come together to learn, share and network at this free, one-day workshop.
Facilitated by Jennifer Chaplyn of Collaboration for Impact WA, this interactive learning forum will provide creative opportunities to:
Cut through the clutter of collaborative approaches and have the tools to apply the best approach in your context, including Collective Impact.
Explore collaborative approaches through the lens of current national and international learning and experiences.
Gain practical tips, tools and 'how-to' knowledge for immediate application through regional scenarios and case study learning opportunities.
Promote and strengthen collaborative practices and principles across sectors to achieve systems change goals.
Build a shared language in a jargon-filled field.
Learn together and with meet other change-makers in the rural sector.
Inspire you to ‘get started’ in your own practice and community.
This is a unique opportunity to build relationships with peers from different sectors and explore opportunities to tackle some important social issues across Western Australia.