Live sessions: 10:00-11:30 UK time 18 February and 10:00-11:30 25 February
Duration: the total time commitment will be in the region of 1-day including a prep and post-workshop exercise and peer learning/networking via the online learning platform
Trainer: Ros Tennyson, Founder and Strategic Advisor, Partnership Brokers Association
Software: Zoom (all you need is a charged laptop, tablet or mobile and internet connection to join the session) with content hosted on our learning management platform
•Understand how to create more equitable and principle-based partnerships
•Identify ways of approaching commonly encountered partnership challenges
•Recognise the issues of power and privilege within a partnering relationship
•Consider how to assess the health and effectiveness of a partnership
•Benefit from international partnering experiences
Why you should attend:
Are you about to undertake a partnership review or health check? Are you wondering about how your organisation addresses power, privilege and equity within your partnerships? Are you looking to develop a new principle-based partnership approach?
If the answer is yes, then this is the training session for you.
This interactive workshop series will give you the practical tools and confidence you need to reflect critically on your partnerships. We know that whether you are a small organisation with established and specific partnerships, or a large organisation with a variety of contextually embedded partners, that enables us to respond quickly to changing circumstances. Join us for a set of online workshops to discuss how we can develop and improve our partnerships in light of COVID-19 and the ongoing drive to decolonise development.
About the trainer
Ros Tennyson is an independent consultant, and the founder and Strategic Advisor to the Partnership Brokers Association. The Partnership Brokers Association is the international professional body for those managing and developing collaboration processes. The PBA Handbook on Brokering Better Partnerships provides some initial guidance on what this means in practice, alongside the partnership brokering good practice principles.
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The workshop is free to attend for Alliance members. Non-members can request to join the training workshop if there are spaces available, for a fee of £100.
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