Evaluating Collaboration and Partnerships
Tackling complex problems often requires a multiplicity of expertise and experiences. Whether embarking in co-design processes, or finding alignment between disparate vantage points, partnerships are essential vehicles for collaboration.
The collaborative advantage of working in partnership has real benefits but also requires unique resources and new approaches. Elevating the lived and living experiences of those affected by partnership initiatives, and working in culturally safe ways that intentionally draw from a diversity of perspectives is vital to effective partnering in the not-for-profit sector.
Partnerships that bring together actors from across diverse sectors and settings, are important forms of collaboration: yet evaluating and learning about them is challenging.
Join us for this one-hour session with guest speakers Dr Nicholas Vogelpoel and Dr Cameron Willis, Day Four Projects, where we discuss:
- the role of lived experience in evaluations of partnerships
- emerging approaches to promote equity and elevate lived experience in evaluation
- partnership evaluation techniques.
Date: Wednesday, 8 November 2023
Time: 10:00am to 11:00am
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams
8 November 2023 - 10:00 am through 11:00 am