This webinar identifies the challenges most cross-sector partnerships face, and explores cross-sector case studies to help you improve your own work.
Structuring and managing a cross-sector partnership can be one of the hardest parts of collective impact. Using data collected from Living Cities’ Cross-Sector Partnership Assessment, this webinar presented on the biggest trends in cross-sector partnerships and collective impact today. We discussed common challenges most cross-sector partnerships face, and explored a cross-sector case study Seattle/King County.
If you are in a cross-sector partnership, or support a cross-sector partnership, you are probably facing some of these issues right now–watch the recording below to learn potential solutions.
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- Cheryl Markham, Strategic Policy Advisor, King County Dept of Community & Human Services
- Jeff Raderstrong, Program Associate, Living Cities
- Kirsten Wysen, MHSA, Project Manager, Communities of Opportunity, Public Health- Seattle & King County
The webinar referenced several additional resources to help improve your cross-sector partnership. These are below, including resources mentioned in the simultaneous Twitter discussion.
- Cross-Sector Partnership Assessment tool
- Cross-Sector Partnership Assessment discussion guide
- Shared result resource
- Community Engagement E-course
- “What Barriers?” Report
- IAP2 engagement spectrum
- Nonprofit-Corporate Partnerships: A New Framework
- Results Based Accountability
- Presidio Institute Fellowship
Shared on Twitter:
- Getting Started with Partnership Development
- Diversity as an Essential Partnership Ingredient
- Partnership Brokers Training
There were many questions from webinar attendees we could not answer. We compiled answers to those questions in this document.