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Maximizing Governance: Building Partnerships

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Social Planning Toronto

2 Carlton Street

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Toronto, ON M5B 1J3

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OCASI, in partnership with Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, St. Stephen's Community House, Social Planning Toronto, and onBoard Canada at Ryerson University, is pleased to offer Building Partnerships, the fourth in a series of seven applied learning sessions on governance. These sessions are intended for board members and executive directors of incorporated, community-based not-for-profit organizations in the City of Toronto.

Attendance is by registration only. Spaces are limited, so register early! Registration is first come, first served.

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This applied learning session is intended for board members and senior leaders of Not-for-Profit (NFP) community groups incorporated in the City of Toronto. As our service delivery and funding landscape shifts, collaboration and partnership building is becoming more of a written or understood requirement. These partnerships can be mutually beneficial for all involved. In this session, we will look at the benefits of collaboration, ways to form strategic partnerships, and strategies to mitigate challenges. As always, you will have a chance to share best practices and network with other agencies.

Facilitator: Natalie Johnson

High-energy and outcome-focused, Natalie has over 20 years of experience working in the non-profit sector coaching, leading, inspiring teams, and engaging communities. She is an avid traveler who incorporates strategies and examples from various cultures in her training. Using her creativity to develop training that is inclusive of various learning styles and reflective of multigenerational audiences, Natalie encourages diverse perspectives in the design and delivery of her trainings. Trained as a community worker, she has volunteered and collaborated with various organizations over the course of her career. She excels at working with diverse teams, conflict coaching, mediation training, developing multi-layered approaches to conflict resolution for organizations, and exploring the dynamics of anti-oppression, power, and privilege in the workplace



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