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9:00 am – 12:00 pm 

‘Partnerships for Social Impact’ have become a popular and effective method to develop solutions to pressing global issues. But knowing how to effectively partner, and when to, remains an art that many still see as a distraction rather than a necessity. Concordia and Connective Impact have partnered to empower organizations and individuals to create effective strategies for cross-sector collaboration.

In this 2.5 hour workshop, Hanne Dalmut, Director of Partnership Development at Concordia and Joanne Sonenshine, Founder of Connective Impact, will take you through a straightforward process to (1) determine when a partnership is needed, (2) how to evaluate existing partnerships, and (3) how to vet partners and identify the most strategic ones for your organization. The seminar will utilize tools and worksheets as well as interactive classroom formats to ensure participants leave with concrete knowledge, skills, and techniques essential to build sustainable, scalable, and replicable partnerships.

Limited seats available. This course is complimentary for Concordia Members and $75 for non-Members. Breakfast will be served.

Why Attend?

  • Learn techniques to prioritize organizational needs & opportunities, map the partnering ecosystem & identify prospective partners, define your organization’s optimal role in a partnership, and measure your partnerships efficacy & impact.
  • Engage with and expand your network across industries and sectors via interactive workshops.
  • Access take home materials to apply to your future partnerships.
  • Non-Members receive a special discount to the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit (Sept 24-26, NYC).


Questions can be directed to partnerships@concordia.net.


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