Finding Common Ground: Using Common Vision to Fuel Partnerships

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This session is for leaders who are working with complex partnerships on the city and state levels. Discover the benefits and challenges of working in collaboration with various partners to transform schools. The session highlights the ecology of partnerships in California high
school reform. Learn about the benefits and challenges of collaboration. Explore strategies for working with partners to achieve goals together.
Presenters: Rob Atterbury, ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career and Beth Kay, National Academy Foundation

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  • Do a quick round of introductions: Who are you and from where, one thing you would like to get from this sessionBeth: Introduce yourself and describe the work you do in transforming high schools and say why we wanted to do this sessionRob : Does the same
  • Beth to describe the different kinds of partnerships
  • Rob to read the cartoon
  • Sometimes vision and future can be at crossroads
  • The goal is to work together to achieve a common vision and purpose
  • Beth- To get table groups or 3-4 people to work together and discuss the two questions
  • Rob to get same group to work on defining the elements they think are necessary (goal is to model process for finding common vision)
  • Beth to assign reading
  • Beth to facilitate audience to report – We jump in with lessons from our work togetherField questions
  • Rob to get audience to share actions
  • 5:00 Video shows how one team helps another which causes them to lose in the end. (Heart warming)
  • Finding Common Ground: Using Common Vision to Fuel Partnerships

    1. 1. Finding Common Ground Using Common Vision to Fuel Partnerships Beth Kay National Academy Foundation Rob Atterbury ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career
    2. 2. #nafnext Welcome and Introductions • Who’s in the room? • Why are we here?
    3. 3. #nafnext Multiple Partnerships • Advisory Board • Grants and Grantors • Technical Assistance Providers • Projects and Programs Not to mention the partnership with parents and students
    4. 4. #nafnext
    5. 5. #nafnext
    6. 6. #nafnext
    7. 7. #nafnext What’s your story? • Describe for your group when did a partnership worked and why? • When didn't one work?
    8. 8. #nafnext Clarifying Vision If you were in charge of transforming high schools, what elements would you include?
    9. 9. #nafnext Collective Impact Skim quietly pages 36,38, and 39 and Read one assigned condition of collective success on 39 or 40 Discuss Share
    10. 10. #nafnext Lessons Learned • Common Agenda (Vision) • Shared Measurement Systems • Mutually Reinforcing Activities • Continuous Communication • Backbone Support Organizations
    11. 11. #nafnext What actions will you take? What is one thing you are taking from this session?
    12. 12. #nafnext Sometimes we just all need to work together for bigger purpose http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PhvXyoGVFw
    13. 13. #nafnext Beth Kay National Academy Foundation www.naf.org Rob Atterbury ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career www.connectedcalifornia.org

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