The Three Ingredients of Successful Collaboration: Process, Power, Platform (Recording)
Collaboration can foster profound improvements in community health and well-being. Collaboration only works when designed in a way that generates high levels of emotional commitment and sustains that commitment long enough for it to be contagious. An essential task of network leadership is designing collaborative processes and vigilantly monitoring process quality to sustain commitment to effective implementation. Drawing on twenty years of field research across public and education contexts, Hicks will discuss three common ingredients of successful collaboration: the presence of an open and credible process motivating social cooperation, a feeling of authentic power that generates and sustains stakeholder commitment, and the use of platforms that engender emotional contagion.
This webinar recording, guest facilitated by Dr. Darrin Hicks, is being made available with CEUs through the Prevention First Leadership Center. The webinar aired live on November 18, 2021. The recording is approximately 1.5 hours.
This is an Online Course event.