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Healthy Networks: Engaging in the Community, Collaborating, and Supporting the Work of Others

Communities are engaged when they play a meaningful role in the decision-making and implementation of programs and services. But what is “effective” community engagement? How do well-intentioned leaders move from transactional engagement to mutually beneficial partnerships? What does true accountability to community look like? Join us for a lively panel discussion where our guests share case studies highlighting innovative community engagement strategies and recommendations for leaders looking to move from intention to impact.

Panelists: David Lamfrom, National Parks Conservation Association, and Kirby Muldoe, SkeenaWild Conservation Trust

Contact: Kellie Richardson and Katie Davis, TREC

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Organizational Effectiveness Assessment & Model

What does an effective organization look like? What are the most important indicators of organizational effectiveness in each of the three main foci of your organization – program, people, and money? What benchmarks should you strive for under each? Use TREC's Organizational Effectiveness self-Assessment tool to gain clarity on the status of your organization- both in your strengths & opportunities to improve.

Evaluación y Modelo de Efectividad Organizacional

Usen la herramienta de Autoevaluación de Efectividad Organizacional y el Modelo de Ecología Organizacional de TREC para obtener claridad sobre el estado de su organización - tanto en sus fortalezas como en las oportunidades de mejorar.

Background Image: American Rivers | Scott Bosse