The FSCJ Center for Civic Engagement hosts a viewing/listening session of Part 2 in The New Network Leader webinars produced by the Stanford Social Innovation Review. The webinar is 60 minutes long followed by a 30-minute discussion. Please bring your lunch to munch and learn!

Description:

At the heart of large-scale solutions to social problems are some of the most accomplished leaders you’ve never heard of: network leaders. Network leaders actively catalyze networks (or organizations that function like networks), leading to an exponential increase in growth and scale beyond what their own organization could accomplish. As they expand and evolve their networks, they make sure that their own power fades and the capacity of others grows. This two-part webinar series will present key principles and practical tools necessary to cultivate a network entrepreneur’s approach to leadership in your organization. 

The Network Leader Roadmap
Presented by David Sawyer, David Ehrlichman, David Haskell, & Curtis Ogden

What does it really take to catalyze diverse groups of people, within organizations or across sectors, to build trust, take action, and work together to achieve uncommon results? In the second webinar, David Sawyer and David Ehrlichman will offer a roadmap for organizational and network leaders to enact these principles in their everyday practices, with practical techniques for how to catalyze effective, generous collaboration across teams, organizations, and networks. This webinar will:

  • Explain how networks can enable public, private, and social sector leaders to achieve impact with greater agility while utilizing existing resources
  • Provide practical techniques, exercises, and convening designs that enable groups to rapidly build a capacity for finding common ground
  • Introduce paths for identifying shared values and a shared purpose across diverse actors
  • Set forth a clear roadmap for launching and sustaining networks that can drive innovation and impact both within organizations and across systems.
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