The Collective Impact Forum is here to share resources, tools, and stories to support social change makers working in cross-sector collaboration.
Transformational Change with John Kania and Juanita Zerda of Collective Change Lab
What practices support achieving transformational change? In this episode, we’re talking with John Kania and Juanita Zerda of Collective Change Lab to share about ways to shift how we work to reach a deeper level of relationship-building, healing, and systems change.
How to Keep Learning During a Crisis
When we’re working through a crisis, like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it can feel overwhelming to consider how we can learn from what’s happening around us. In this discussion, we go over the imperative of learning, even during time of great upheaval, and what small ways we can assess how we’re doing and how to move forward.
Together Through Crisis: A Case Study of Milwaukee’s COVID-19 Civic Response
Milwaukee’s COVID-19 response has been a remarkable mobilization of resources and organizations to address needs for shelter, food, testing, internet connection, and more. In this interview with Forum senior advisor Paul Schmitz, we learn more about the partners, providers, and funders that came together to support their community during the pandemic and what they learned along the way.
Partners in Conflict
We dive into the complex topic of conflicts among partners. Whether it's the complexities around communities partnering with law enforcement or the challenges of working across political divides, we discuss what does it mean when conflict might be at the center of a partnership.
Bridging the “Generation Gap” for Collective Impact
Sheri Brady, Ana Taukolo, and Junious Williams join a cross-generational conversation on what is needed to do collaborative change work in today’s context.
How do you form a Common Agenda?
In this “deep dive” discussion, Jen, Robert, and Tracy explore what makes a common agenda when doing collective impact work.