Speakers: Mark Cabaj & Liz Weaver

Date: May 15, 2014

TIme: 11:55 a.m - 1 p.m. Eastern
   
The concept of Collective Impact has captured the imagination of would-be change makers who are eager to be more than the sum of their parts. There are examples of Collective Impact efforts across North America focusing on everything from nutrition, early childhood development, homelessness, poverty and gang violence.

The dramatic expansion in the number and variety of collective impact initiatives has led to more and more people asking, “How do we evaluate collective impact efforts?” Thankfully, there are decades of work in assessing many other approaches to community change - and some promising emerging practices specifically focused on Collective Impact – upon which to build.

On May 15th join Mark Cabaj and Liz Weaver, two experienced community change practitioners, in a webinar to explore:  

  • Six Simple Rules
  • The Implications for Practitioners, Funders and Evaluators
  • Examples of Collective Impact Evaluation in Action

Register for this Webinar