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BUILDING POWERFUL COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS. James Johnson Instructor. AGENDA DAY I. Welcome and Introductions Agenda Overview Needs in the Room Icebreaker Development Phases of Partnership Building Review Initiation and Issue Identification Initiation and Outreach Commitment

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agenda day i
AGENDA DAY I
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Agenda Overview
  • Needs in the Room
  • Icebreaker
  • Development Phases of Partnership Building Review
  • Initiation and Issue Identification
  • Initiation and Outreach
  • Commitment
  • Review of Day
  • Adjourn
partnership problems
PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS
  • Domination by one Partner (My way or the highway).
  • Opposing philosophies or work styles.
  • Poor communication.
  • Unequal and unacceptable balance of power and control.
  • Hidden agendas.
  • Incompatible agendas.
  • Partners who come in late to the process.
keys to successful partnerships
KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIPS
  • Shared concerns about the community.
  • Respect and trust between different people/stakeholders.
  • Mutual agreement that partnership was necessary.
  • Good fit of work styles and flexibility.
  • Can get the work done in a neighborly way.
  • Realistic time to build partnership relationships.
  • Membership diversity.
key pieces for success
KEY PIECES FOR SUCCESS
  • Clarity of who you are?
  • Decisions based on what community needs.
  • Support of collaborative partnership and business plans.
  • The right people for the right jobs.
  • Ensure leadership supports of partnership plans.
the continuum of partnership
THE CONTINUUM OF PARTNERSHIP
  • NETWORKING:Exchanging Information.
  • COORDINATING: Changing Activities to Work Together.
  • COOPERATING: Sharing Resources (People, Time and Money).
  • COLLABORATING: Enhancing Capacity.
  • Key issues: Time, Trust and Turf
development phases for collaboration
DEVELOPMENT PHASES FOR COLLABORATION
  • Initiation: Recognition of problem or issue.
  • Outreach: Identification of stakeholders.
  • Identification: Definition of interests and how we talk about this.
  • Commitment: How the group will collaborate.
  • Planning and Structure: A formal organizational structure for the work.
  • Implementation: Group planning, roles and responsibilities, shared decision making.
  • Assessment: Formal evaluation of program.
  • Celebration: Acknowledge journey.
partnership profile
PARTNERSHIP PROFILE

Who are the key stakeholders/players involved in your partnership?

  • Community members/resident associations:
  • Business Sectors:
  • Not-for-profits:
  • Public/Government:
neighborhood assets
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSETS
  • Primary Resources: Identify assets and capacities located inside the neighborhood or community, largely under neighborhood control.
  • Secondary Resources: Identify assets within the community, but largely controlled by institutions outside of the community.
  • Potential Resources: Identify resources outside the community, controlled by institutions or individuals outside of the community.
stakeholders
STAKEHOLDERS

Identify the 3-5 most common stakeholders in your community:

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2)

3)

4)

5)

interests
INTERESTS
  • Interests are the things you are concerned about; what are your interests in your project?
myths stereotypes assumptions truth
MYTHS, STEREOTYPES, ASSUMPTIONS & TRUTH
  • Private Sector:
  • Government:
  • NFP:
  • Community:
assets audit
ASSETS AUDIT

What Assets do your Partners bring to the table?

  • Private Business:
  • Public Agencies:
  • Not-for-Profit Organizations:
  • Community:
organizational profile
ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE
  • Agency Summary: What does your organization do?
  • Mission and Guiding Principles: Why do you do what you do and what are your core beliefs or philosophies?
  • Strategy: How do you accomplish your mission? What tactics do you use?
  • Programs: What are your core programs?
  • Funding: From what sources do you and your partners receive your support from?
ten i s of effective collaboration
TEN “I”S OF EFFECTIVE COLLABORATION
  • Individual excellence
  • Importance of shared vision
  • Interdependence
  • Involved
  • Intercultural
  • Investment
  • Information
  • Integration
  • Integrity
  • Institutionalization
agenda day ii
AGENDA DAY II
  • Review of Day I
  • Energizer
  • Planning and Structure
  • Communication
  • Implementation
  • Assessment
  • Celebration
  • Closing
  • Course Evaluation
  • Adjourn
challenges
CHALLENGES
  • Management: Who leads and manages?
  • Power: Who has it; uses it; shares it?
  • Coordination: Who puts it together?
  • Accountability: Who is responsible?
  • Staffing: Who does the work?
  • Governance: Who has oversight?
  • Personality: Who is getting along?
  • Money: Who has it; wants it?
  • Sabotage: Who is resisting?
  • Leadership: Who inspires; manages; leads?
small group problem solving
SMALL GROUP PROBLEM SOLVING
  • Local Partnership conflicts:
  • Traditional strategies:
  • Other problem solving strategies:
  • Key Points:
diversity
DIVERSITY
  • Is my organization and/or community aware of diversity issues?
  • Do we have organizational strategies in place for culturally competent decision making?
  • Are we actively pursuing strategies that ensure we’re practicing effective culturally competent strategies?
  • What are key strategies in my organization that support our work in diverse communities and partnerships?
impact success measures
IMPACT/SUCCESS MEASURES
  • Real People Impacts: Behavioral changes within individuals among, groups, families and within communities.
  • Policy Development: Awareness and/or change in public policies and procedures.
  • Systems Development: Change between organizations.
  • Resources Development: Skills, time, people, money, other.
strategic planning
STRATEGIC PLANNING
  • Clear idea of where the group wants to go (Vision).
  • Partners talk and agree on how to do the work (Mission).
  • Partners talk and agree on the jobs and individual/group assignments.
  • Partners agree on ways to monitor the work.
  • Plan includes other meetings to adjust plans.
  • Planning meeting is held at least once a year.
project planning
PROJECT PLANNING
  • What do I need to do to begin my project?
project planning1
PROJECT PLANNING
  • Who do I need to contact to get their support for this project?