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Peter hille.community capacity.panel.

  1. 1. Community Capacity Building
  2. 2. Community Capacity Building
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  8. 8. Leadership Projects ProgramLeadership Community Program Strategic Alumni Planning
  9. 9. Leadership Leadership Program Development• Expands the pool of engaged citizens• Provides an avenue to get involved• Generates the capacity for inclusive planning• Strengthens organizations and networks• Brings ideas and knowledge
  10. 10. Projects Projects• Engage passion• Create results• Increase the sense of possibility• Make it harder to say “you can’t do anything here”• Implement elements of existing plans• Feed into future planning
  11. 11. Leadership Program Alumni• Capitalize on the investment• Build an army• Create a venue• Capacity for implementation and planning Leadership Program Alumni
  12. 12. Strategic Planning• Creates linkages between sectors• Places projects in context• Builds sense of collective action• Focus on shared vision Community Strategic Planning
  13. 13. The Triangle, the Circle, the Square ! "#$% ( ) "*+, - . , "$%/01 ) . , 2 & Ec Dev Leadership Projects Community Development Program Organization Development Leadership Community Leadership Development Program Strategic Planning Human Resource Development Alumni
  14. 14. The Basket
  15. 15. Best Practices: Leadership Development• Local leadership program• New curriculum builds on more than two decades of experience• Long term impact from ongoing program• Low cost makes it sustainable
  16. 16. Best Practices: Training for individuals, organizations and communities• Brushy Fork Annual Institute• Focus on skills that build capacity• Tracks include leadership development, organization development and community development
  17. 17. Tracks• Leadership development• Communication• Non-profit management• Financial management for non-profits• Executive problem solving• Grant writing (two levels)• Fundraising beyond grants• Marketing your programs• Web presence and social media• Managing federal grants• Appalachia’s economic future• Community Foundations• Vaughn Grisham’s creating extraordinary communities• Train the trainer for Brushy Fork’s local leadership curriculum
  18. 18. Brushy Fork Annual Institute September 11-14, 2012 In Berea
  19. 19. Best Practice: Combining training and funding• ARC Flex-E-Grant program• Grants of up to $10,000 for economically distressed communities in East Kentucky• Combines training at the Annual Institute with funding from ARC
  20. 20. Community Capacity Building

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