Hello! If you are looking to learn more about how to manage and evaluate inter-organizational and community networks, Visible Network Labs has some upcoming learning opportunities that might interest you. Check them out below and if you have any questions-please feel free to reach out!
Webinars on Network Evaluation
- Jan 16-Intro to Using the PARTNER Tool: Learn how to use PARTNER, a social network analysis tool that collects, analyzes, maps, and makes sense of data on your inter-organizational and community networks. https://www.visiblenetworklabs.com/demos
- Jan 23- Using Network Analysis to Design Better Health Systems at the Organizational Level: Explore how network evaluation & analysis can be used to aid in the process of designing better health systems at the organizational level. Three key considerations will be discussed: 1) diversity of participants, 2) equity in governance, and 3) centrality of the coordinating entity. This webinar is part of the monthly Network Leadership from the Field webinar series that provides an opportunity to learn from practitioners about the skills, practices, and research of network leadership and evaluation. https://www.visiblenetworklabs.com/webinars
- Feb 6- Person-Centered Network App: Learn more about this adaptable mobile app that will bring visibility on people’s social support network in order to better understand a person’s strengths, gaps, and resources needed. https://www.visiblenetworklabs.com/demos
- Feb 21, March 21, April 25- Online PARTNER Tool Workshop: Dive deeper into building your capacity to evaluate relationships within your network through this 3-session online workshop that is designed to walk you through the steps of analyzing and translating your network data into practice so you can develop strategies and action steps to better facilitate your network. https://www.visiblenetworklabs.com/2019partnerworkshop
7th Annual Network Leadership Training Academy- April 15-17 at the University of Colorado Denver
Co-hosted by Visible Network Labs and the Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver, the annual Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a 3-day interactive workshop for people engaged in the network way of working that are looking to develop skills related to network science principles and collaboration practices that can help you build, manage, and evaluate more effective cross-sector networks. https://www.visiblenetworklabs.com/nlta