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Partnership development training for Minnesota Campus Compact's College Health Corps, 2011

Partnership development training for Minnesota Campus Compact's College Health Corps, 2011

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  • Sometimes you have a hard time knowing if something is a good idea or not.
  • Vision and leadership create energy or POWERIt is the job of leaders to provide the energy necessary for revolution.
  • My introduction to SL as a transformational educational toolTell story of SL in Engineering & Mathematics instituteJohn Duffy – U Mass LowellPeru Project
  • Many Types of Engagement for colleges and universities
  • Many Types of Partner Relationships(START ON BOTTOM)System and Transformative Relationship – shared decision-making/operations/evaluation, intended to transform each organizationCooperative Relationship – joint planning and shared responsibilities, long-term, multiple projectsExchange Relationship – exchange information, get access for mutual benefit, specific projectService Relationship – fixed time, fixed task
  • Basic community organizing strategy
  • These people are all well-intentioned and trying to do good things but they have no plan or direction
  • These people had a plan imposed on them. They expend a lot of energy, but don’t really move forward.
  • The third group has lost a couple of people, but they all know where they’re going and they are moving in that direction
  • Common Sense Suggestions

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  • The Secret to Successful
    Campus-Community Partnerships
    (It’s not a secret.)
  • Jessica Hagy, http://thisisindexed.com/
  • Partnerships are a Good Idea.
  • Jessica Hagy, http://thisisindexed.com/
  • http://energy.caeds.eng.uml.edu/peru-07/index2.htm
  • http://energy.caeds.eng.uml.edu/peru-07/index2.htm
  • http://energy.caeds.eng.uml.edu/peru-07/index2.htm
  • ENGAGEMENT
    service-learning
    internship
    CBPR
    work study
    volunteerism
  • Handout
    COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    action taken locally by a community to provide economic opportunities and improve social conditions in a sustainable way
    PHILANTHROPY
    increasing the well-being of humankind by charitable aid or donations
    COMMUNITY-BUILDING
    strengthening the capacity of neighborhood residents and associations to identify priorities and opportunities to work, individually and collectively
    VOTING & FORMAL POLITICAL ACTIVITIES
    voting, running for public office, acting on behalf of a candidate, writing to an elected official
    INFORMAL ASSOCIATIONS (mutual aid)
    unpaid, collaborative work by citizens with a common passion and vision to improve their collective quality of life
    PROTESTS & DEMONSTRATIONS
    visible, non-violent, public disagreement with a situation or policy
    SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE
    DAILY BEHAVIOR
    acting on your values, doing what is right, as opposed to what is easy, in one’s personal and professional life
    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    using entrepreneurial principles to organize, create, and manage a venture to make social change
    CHARITABLE VOLUNTEERISM
    good deeds or lending a hand - most often through social service agencies, churches or schools
    COMMUNITY-BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH
    research conducted as an equal partnership between traditionally trained "experts" and members of a community, and intended for community improvement
    COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
    bringing people together into an organization that acts in their shared self-interest
    ADVOCACY
    active support of an idea or cause through public and private discourse - includes the collection of evidence to support one's position
  • RELATIONSHIPS
    Transformative
    Cooperative
    Exchange
    Service
  • Handout
    “Networking to Collaboration Continuum”
  • The Promise of Partnerships: Tapping Into The College As A Community Assetby Jim Scheibel, Erin M. Bowley & Steven Jones
    FINANCIAL COSTS
    ACADEMIC CALENDAR
    Potential Challenges
    POWER
    LANGUAGE
    VALUES
    FACULTY INCENTIVES
  • FORCE FIELD ANALYSIS
    State Desired Change Here
    Handout
    DRIVING FORCES
    RESTRAINING FORCES
    Forces resisting the change
    Forces favoring the change
    (EQUILIBRIUM OR CURRENT STATUS)
  • Skills
    Incentives
    Resources
    Action
    Plan
    Confusion
    =
    Vision
    Incentives
    Resources
    Action
    Plan
    Anxiety
    =
    Vision
    Skills
    Resources
    Action
    Plan
    Resistance
    =
    Vision
    Skills
    Incentives
    Action
    Plan
    Frustration
    =
    Vision
    Skills
    Incentives
    Resources
    Treadmill
    =
    Vision
    Skills
    Incentives
    Resources
    Action
    Plan
    Change
    =
    Adapted from Knoster, T. (1991) Presentation at TASH Conference, Washington DC
    (Adapted by Knoster from Enterprise Group Ltd.)
  • Handout
    “Steps to Develop a Partnership”
  • Community Voice
  • Costsof Partnerships
  • Benefitsof Partnerships
  • Handout
    “What Makes Partnerships Work?”
  • No Vision
  • No Vision
    Imposed Vision
  • No Vision
    Imposed Vision
    Shared Vision
  • Be honest, but gentle.
    Do no harm, and protect each other from making mistakes.
    Keep your agreements.
    Respect each other’s boundaries and professional knowledge.
    Don’t take your partners for granted.
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Expand your geographical reach.
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Develop new and non-traditional partners
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Deepen and broaden the focus
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Revisit initial agreement,
    focus & renew commitments
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Collaborate with other partnerships
  • When you get to that certain point . . .
    Develop a Graceful EXIT Strategy
  • John Hamerlinck
    john@mncampuscompact.org
    320-308-4271
    www.mncampuscompact.org