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What Successful Partnerships Do: Learning Exchange Download as iCal file
Tuesday 26 September 2017, 13:00 - 14:30

This is the second part of our successful partnership series. We began the series in June through a webinar in which we touched upon key issues and strategies for building and maintaining successful partnerships.This fall, we’ll move into a more interactive stage: first, registered participants can use an online discussion board to tell us what challenges or questions they currently face when dealing with partnerships. Then on September 26th, Andrea Bodkin and Gillian Kranias will host an interactive learning exchange & information session that is completely customized to address the questions and concerns registrants sent in.

What you can expect from this learning exchange:

  1. Structured conversation lead by HC Link staff
  2. Expert advice and opinion by contributors
  3. A chance to build upon the ideas and challenges you face
  4. Discussion around effective application of the 6 Key Activities for dynamic and effective partnerships

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Presenters:

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Andrea Bodkin

Andrea has been with HC Link since its inception in 2009. She has an extensive background in physical activity and health promotion and has worked in local recreation centres and public health units as well as provincial NGOs and agencies. Her areas of expertise include strategic and program planning, policy development, meeting planning and facilitation. Andrea is passionate about community participation and partnership engagement. She has also done considerable work in the areas of healthy schools, health equity and Francophone engagement.  Andrea is an active blogger on HC Link’s website and is known for her active icebreakers and her humourous facilitation style.

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Gillian Kranias

Through her work, Gillian shares creative and practical approaches to help groups develop better plans, stronger partnerships and relevant evaluations, in order to enhance the inclusion, impacts and momentum of their collaborative efforts. Gillian has worked in neighbourhoods with a community health centre, province-wide with the Ontario Self-Help Network, and in diverse peer education and healthy community projects. Gillian holds a Master’s degree that focused on Community-based Organizing for Environmental and Social Change.

 

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