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*2016 Webinar Series: Network Leadership from the Field- Linking Research
to Practice*
This webinar series hosted by the University of Colorado Denver's Center
for Collaborative Governance takes place January-April 2016. These webinars
will feature a variety of topics to learn about the research, skills, and
practices for engaging in the "network way of working." Visit the Network
Leadership Webinar Series web page
<http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SPA/researchandoutreach/Buechner%20Institute%20for%20Governance/profdev/NLTA/Pages/Network-Leadership-Webinar-Series.aspx>
for
more info. Check out these upcoming scheduled webinars:



*Network Leadership for Collective Impact on Jan. 21, 2016*: Click here to
register
<https://ucdenver.zoom.us/webinar/register/8eb7931ba800bb1634538d7d4481ef37>
.

Join this webinar to explore the connections between Network Leadership and
the Collective Impact frameworks. Participants will learn about the
linkages between the two approaches, and the implications for strategy,
structure, evaluation and engagement processes.

Webinar Presenter: The webinar is from the perspective of practitioner,
Blythe Butler, Network Weaver at the First 2000 Days Network in Calgary,
Canada. The First 2000 Days Network is a collective response of community
members, organizations, and professionals to act as a catalyst for linking,
aligning and leveraging efforts to improve Early Childhood Development
outcomes and enable collaborative action for all children from conception
to six to be supported by family and community in order to reach their
optimal development.


Our next webinar will be on *Evaluating Networks for Network Leadership on
Feb. 18, 2016*: Click here for more information and to  register
<https://ucdenver.zoom.us/webinar/register/cb79b6952c6cc0d4c5b9141539e44ee6>
 A major challenge facing organizations today is how to partner with other
organizations, agencies, and groups to collaboratively address social and
political goals while effectively maximizing resource sharing of the
partners involved. However, the process by which organizations have engaged
partners in collaboration has varied, with few ways to measure and evaluate
the success of these partnerships. Join this webinar to learn about using
PARTNER for Quality Improvement, a great resource to measure where you are
now, where you want to be, and gives you the data to make evidence based
decisions as you develop action steps to implement change within your
network.
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Malinda Mochizuki

Master in Public Administration-Nonprofit Management Concentration,
University of Colorado-Denver

Network Leadership Coordinator, Center for Collaborative Governance,
University of Colorado-Denver

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