COO + REACH: Strategies to Build Effective Collaborations

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Sea-Tac Community Center

13735 24th Avenue South

Room 107

SeaTac, WA 98168

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This training discusses the value and characteristics of effective collaborations.

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Morning Coffee and Afternoon Lunch Provided

This training discusses the value and characteristics of effective collaborations. Participants discuss strategies for strengthening existing collaborations and identifying new networks, stakeholders, and opportunities for new collaborative partnerships. Participants are introduced to frameworks for community collaboration and learn concrete skills and tools for establishing and strengthening collaborative partnerships including facilitating conversations to establish shared goals, navigating conflict, and strengthening cross-cultural collaborations.

By the end of the training, participants will have:

• Knowledge of characteristics of effective collaborations

• Knowledge of approaches to establish shared values, vision, and goals

• Confidence to navigate conflict as it arises

• Skill to facilitate group decision-making processes

• Awareness of considerations for cross-cultural collaborations

The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) works with communities across the nation to influence policy, mobilize communities, and strengthen programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs). Founded in 1986 with headquarters in Oakland and an office in Washington DC, APIAHF is the oldest and largest health advocacy organization working with AANHPI communities across the nation, in the US Territories, and with the US-Affiliated Pacific Jurisdictions.

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These trainings are available for Communities of Opportunity and KCREACH partners, including their staff, contractors and volunteers. This training is designed to support individuals working in partnerships and coalitions.

This training is facilitated by The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF). APIAHF works with communities across the nation to influence policy, mobilize communities, and strengthen programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs). Founded in 1986 with headquarters in Oakland and an office in Washington DC, APIAHF is the oldest and largest health advocacy organization working with AANHPI communities across the nation, in the US Territories, and with the US-Affiliated Pacific Jurisdictions.

About the Trainers:

Marianne Chung, MPH, is Senior Director at the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), Marianne is responsible for directing the organization’s work to build a national network of community based organizations and health leaders for collective action. Marianne has over fifteen years of experience working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander community based organizations and multicultural coalitions to expand access to health care, improve the quality of care, and increase investments in community-driven health strategies.

Maya Kageyama, MPH, is the Training and Development Manager of APIAHF’s capacity building assistance programs. In her role, she provides leadership coaching, one-on-one technical assistance, and designs and facilitates trainings on topics such as leadership and management, navigating change, effective collaboration, and creative problem-solving. Maya supports emerging and seasoned non-profit, social justice, and public health leaders across the country to build their confidence and strengthen their programs, processes, and teams to serve their communities and advance health equity.

This training is sponsored by the Communities of Opportunity Learning Community and KCREACH. There is no fee to register.

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Sea-Tac Community Center

13735 24th Avenue South

Room 107

SeaTac, WA 98168

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