Assessing Partner and Partnership Performance

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As recognized by the development community, the achievement of the sustainable development agenda set out by the SDGs requires effective institutional partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society. This requires building the capacity of all development stakeholders—as institutions, not only projects—to partner and build effective partnerships.

This training will provide participants with a set of tools that measure a hard, leading indicator of partner and partnership performance. Using these tools, participants can help their own organizations, their clients, and their partners transform the way they measure and build partnerships, with greater assurance that the time, effort, and resources they put into partnership development will pay off with measurably higher levels of performance and impact.

WHO THIS TRAINING IS FOR

CCP aims to build a network of assessors skilled in using CCP’s five state model to assess partners and partnerships. This training, which is a ‘beta’ training, is the first step in building that network.

Therefore, CCP is looking for participants who are:

  • Experienced in assessing organizations or partnerships

  • Frustrated with the institutional blocks to building effective and inclusive partnerships

  • Frustrated with the current assessment tools that do not provide hard indicators of partner or partnership performance

  • Frustrated with not being able to assure clients or partners that recommended actions will improve performance

  • Looking to join a network that develops and uses a new, innovative approach to assessing and building partnerships

GOALS OF THE TRAINING

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Explain five cooperative states and their relationship to performance

  • Use the five cooperative states to determine the current level of partner and partnership performance

  • Use the five cooperative states to identify the most effective actions to improve performance

  • Map out and identify strengths and weaknesses of a partnership system

  • Conduct an assessment to identify the current state of partners and partnerships

  • Prepare a guidebook for clients describing the current state, desired state, and the sequence of key actions to move to the next higher state.

  • Explain how the CCP model is a meta-model for other organizational and partnership building approaches, such as Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA), Business Process Management, and other change interventions.

  • Provide structured feedback on the training.

TRAINING DETAILS

Dates: September 16-20, 2019

Maximum Number of Participants: 10

Enrollment Deadline: September 9, 2019

Fee for 1st beta training: $500 ($100/day for training and joining the beta ecosystem)

(Normal fee: $5000 ($1000/day) for training and joining the ecosystem.)

Location: Washington DC

Language: English

For more information check our website www.cooperativecapacity.com

and contact: Frank Page at fcpage@cooperativecapacity.com

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1110 Vermont Ave NW, Ste 500

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