Partnerships are an increasingly important component of companies’ corporate citizenship strategies. From purely philanthropic alliances to more complex, fully integrated collaborations, companies pursue a wide array of partnerships to achieve community involvement goals. Sound understanding and management of the complex set of issues will help to ensure that your partnerships have the ability to impact social issues and return value back to the business. This course will help you to deliver on your programs’ full potential.
What to expect
Throughout the 2½ day program, you will apply the instructor presentations and frameworks to examples, and individual and small group exercises. Best practices will be highlighted as practical examples of effective corporate-community partnering.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
The course of study
The state of corporate community partnering
Scoping and initiating partnerships
Reviewing, adapting and exiting partnerships
Who would benefit from this program This program is designed for community involvement professionals who are developing and managing corporate community partnerships. Others actively engaged in the development or execution of partnerships would also benefit from this course. If multiple people from your company are interested in this program, it can be brought on site. Email Eileen Blinstrub for details. This course is an elective for the Certificate of Practice with a concentration in Community Involvement
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