Presented by the Community Health Training Institute
Trainer: Andrea Freeman (left), MA Public Health Association
Guest: Eric Rodriguez, United Neighbors of Fitchburg, read bio.
Topics: Organizational structure/governance; roles/responsibilities; decision-making structures; conflict resolution; membership recruitment, engagement, and retention, facilitation.
Description: Learn the
¬†keys to coalition development and sustaining momentum through this half-day training. Participants will learn about activities, processes, and structures that build and sustain effective coalitions. Participants will also discover tips for running effective meetings, communicating, managing conflict, and recruiting and sustaining engaged participants. Local coalition leaders will present on-the-ground challenges and practical solutions related to facilitation and communications.
Participants completing the training will be able to
Coalition leaders and members, teams, and partners working towards community health.
(Training to be repeated in May, 2016)
NETWORKING LUNCH: There will be an optional brown bag lunch following this training session for the participants from both the morning and afternoon trainings. Please remember to bring your own lunch if you choose to participate.
Morning session (optional):¬†Sustainability and Resource Planning (9 am – 12 noon)
ACCOMMODATION: If you are in need of accommodation of any kind, please feel welcome to discuss with Maia Rodriguez-Semp by 11-4-15. She may be reached at [email protected] or 617-279-2228.