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Network Leadership Training Academy

The Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a place where public sector leaders gather to learn, share ideas, and develop skills for engaging in the "network way of working".  The workshop is focused on building, managing, and evaluating effective networks.  Many people today are deeply involved in the network way of working, but are struggling to find tools and a place to build skills for this new way of connecting across boundaries.  This workshop provides conversations about network leadership, activities and exercises to share and demonstrate skills and ideas, and practical tools to translate back to practice.  For more information about the NLTA click HERE.


Network Leadership Webinar Series: Practical Application of Systems to Conduct Evaluation: Cases and Examples

The application of “systems” in bringing about social change is rapidly gaining currency among those who fund and implement programs aimed at various aspects of social betterment. A “systems” approach affects evaluation design, data choices, methodology, data interpretation, and recommendations. In this webinar series, our intent is to include as many examples of “systems” use in evaluation as possible. Each webinar will last half an hour – approximately 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions.  For more information about this webinar series click HERE.


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