CollaborationNI Roundtable - Community Led Collaboration
CollaborationNI, in partnership with Interaction Institute for Social Change, (IISC) are pleased to invite you to a roundtable to examine the collaboration and leadership at local community level. While collaboration is getting a lot of attention today, especially in the fields of management theory and leadership studies, there is relatively little attention given to the subject of community collaboration and specifically community leadership that supports this.
The radical changes in the structure, powers and operations to local councils will have particular implications for community based organisations and their leaders. The roundtable will bring together community leaders, local council representatives, public sector officials and councillors to examine community based collaboration. It will be an opportunity to explore the particular needs and requirements of community leaders and organisations that support opportunities for authentic and effective collaboration.
Some of the questions to be considered include:
- What are the particular characteristics of collaboration at community level that require specialised support?
- What are the necessary conditions for establishing an authentic collaborative culture amongst community leaders and organisations?
- What makes an effective collaborative community leader?
- What are some of the chief dangers and obstacles to successful collaboration?
Places are limited therefore, please RSVP early.
Rachel’s contact details:
Tel: 028 90 245356
CollaborationNI was commissioned and financed by the Building Change Trust and is delivered in partnership by CO3, NICVA, and Stellar Leadership.
For further information please see www.collaborationni.org