In August 2017, the Tamarack Institute’s Liz Weaver published a paper called Turf, Trust, Co-Creation and Collective Impact. This ground-breaking paper explores the interconnected relationship between the act of building trust and collaborative success and impact.
Increasingly, communities are using collaboration to tackle some of their most complex issues. We often dive into collaboration without truly understanding or embracing the human side of this work. We focus more on the output or outcome rather than the process which is to the detriment of all of us. In managing complexity, we know that we must bring different voices and experiences to the table. How can we do this effectively when we don’t build practices which engage others and build trust?
This interactive workshop focuses on the core leadership competency of trust building. Collaborative success requires the engagement and commitment of partners to the common cause. Lack of trust can take collaborative efforts off track. But little attention is payed to actions which build trust, create connections and deal with mistrust. Participants in the workshop will walk away with ideas, tools and approaches to effectively engage diverse community partners and intentionally build trusting relationships and collaborative impact. Come prepared to share your experiences and insights in how to build trust.
This day-long workshop will be filled with both content and practical tools and take-aways that participants will be able to use in their collaborative efforts or in their workplaces.
Spend the day with Liz and experience:
Liz is passionate about the power and potential of communities getting to impact on complex issues. Liz is Tamarack’s Co-CEO and Strategic Lead. In this role she provides strategic direction to the organization and leads many of its key learning activities including collective impact capacity building services for the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Liz is one of Tamarack's highly regarded trainers and has developed and delivered curriculum on a variety of workshop topics including collaborative governance, leadership, collective impact, community innovation, influencing policy change and social media for impact and engagement.
Prior to this role, Liz led the Vibrant Communities Canada team and assisted place-based collaborative tables to develop their frameworks of change, supported and guided their projects and helped connect them to Vibrant Communities and other comprehensive community collaborations.
Principal, Daniller Associates
Lindsay Daniller is an innovative and adaptive leader in collaborative leadership and partnerships, community innovation and engagement, and change management - with experience in fast-paced complex environments both in her original home of South Africa and in Edmonton.
In addition, she is a skilled facilitator with public, private, business and community organizations and has been in a variety of leadership positions in organizations in both countries. She is a highly skilled executive in strategic communications, stakeholder facilitation and consultation and evaluating outcomes and measuring impact. Lindsay is an Associate of the Tamarack Institute.
Edmonton, AB - April 28, 2020
The workshop will take place at the Santa Maria Goretti Centre, located at 11050 90 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 1S5. More details will be provided leading up to the workshop.
Registration will open at 8:30am where coffee and tea will be served. The workshop begins at 9:00am and runs until 4:00pm, with lunch and snacks provided.
Can’t attend the workshop, but love the content? Get in touch with Stephanie about bringing this workshop to your hometown.
$249 for single registration
The registration rate includes a full day workshop, practical exercises and a membership into Tamarack Institute's Learning community. Also enjoy a great lunch and fellowship with amazing community and civic leaders.
Prepare for the workshop by reading Liz's paper Turf, Trust, Co-Creation, and Collective Impact