The Webinar Series Network Leadership from the Field: Linking Research to Practice
is an opportunity to learn more about the research, skills, and practices for engaging in the “network way of working.” Many people today are deeply involved in networks, but are struggling to find information and tools to build knowledge and skills for this new way of connecting across boundaries.
These webinars are based on the premise that everyone involved in a network requires network leadership skill building in order to be an active, effective member of a network. Come learn how Network Leadership applies to the ongoing, everyday work of building, managing, and evaluating effective networks.
Upcoming 2017 Webinars
See below for more detailed information about each webinar.
March Webinar Topic: A Mixed Methods Approach to Assess a Network Intervention of Public and Private Sector Partners: The Example of Million Hearts
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
2-3 pm EST | 1-2 pm CST | 12-1 pm MST | 11am-12 pm PST
(if you are unable to attend this webinar, please still register since we will share the webinar recording with all registrants).
Presenters: Dr. Malcolm Williams, RAND Corporation & Dr. Danielle Varda, Center on Network Science- CU Denver
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have implemented Million Hearts (MHI), an unprecedented initiative to coordinate efforts across the United States, with a goal to prevention of “1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017.” A key strategy to achieving these goals is to implement policies to coordinate the public, private, and nonprofit sectors around these shared goals.
In 2016 the RAND Corporation and the University of Colorado Denver implemented a qualitative and social network analysis to develop information and a data-informed evidence base about the success and challenges of the MHI, and methods for how this initiative might grow and strengthen to reach the goal of improving heart health and reducing heart disease. This webinar will report on the methods and results of the work.
For more information and presenter bios go here
||Network Leadership for Collective Impact
||Jan. 21, 2016,
||Presentation NLTA_CI Network_First 2000 Days Network_Jan 21 2016_BButler.pdf
||Evaluating Networks for Network Impact
|| Feb. 18, 2016
||Evaluating Networks for Network Leadership-SHARED Feb 18 2016.pdf
|David R Hackett
||Six Characteristics of High-Performance Networks for Network Leadership
||March 17, 2016
||Six Characteristics of High Performing Networks 3-17-16.pdf
||Framework For High-Impact Community Initiatives
||April 21, 2016
||Webinar-Framework for High Impact Community Initiatives.pdf
|Paige Backlund Jarquin, DrPH, MPH and Matt Simpson, MD, MPH
||A Network Leadership Approach to Program Development and Evaluation: The Regional Health Connector Program in Colorado
||Oct. 19, 2016
||Oct 19 16 Network Leadership Webinar- Regional Health Connector Program.pdf
Social Isolation- Changes in Core Discussion Networks_October2016.pdf
|Steven E. Wallis, PhD and Bernadette Wright, PhD
||Network Knowledge Mapping: Mapping the Known, Discovering the Unknown
||Nov. 9, 2016
||Nov 9 Network Knowledge Mapping Final Presentation-Combined.pdf
|Lea Ayers LaFave, PhD, RN and Naomi Clemmons, MPH
Using Network Analysis to Evaluate Early Childhood Systems of Care
|Dec. 13, 2016
||Dec 13 2016 Webinar-Network Analysis toEvaluate Early Childhood Systems of Care.pdf
|Bianca Klein and Dylan Mroszczyk-McDonald
||A Network Approach to Fostering Empowerment, Leadership, and Innovation within Public Sector Agencies
||January 26, 20
||Jan 2017 Webinar-NPS Innovative Leadership Network.pdf
||Leading Networks toward Action: How to Facilitate Effective Discussions with Groups of Diverse Stakeholders
||February 15, 2017
||Feb 2017 Facilitation Network Leadership Webinar Slides.pdf
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