Behavioral Health, Child and Youth Services, and Opioid Treatment Program Webinar: Non-Traditional Strategic Planning

Summary

Community organizations can develop a great value from engaging community stakeholders in their strategic planning processes. Creating new mechanisms to gather input from consumers, funders, and partners not only meets various CARF standards in a range of sections, but the collaborative practice also can further help organizations identify goals and priorities as well as develop stronger practices.

Based on organizational development graduate research into "non-traditional" strategic planning in communities, this workshop will touch on highlights of a leadership thesis related to shared leadership, social capital, and governance as components of effective co-authored strategic planning strategies.

Webinar participants should be able to:

  • Identify new possibilities to determine the expectations of other stakeholders.
  • Re-assess the strategies used to incorporate stakeholder input into strategic plans.
  • Identify key community partners to engage in strategic planning.
  • Incorporate diverse expectations of consumers and other stakeholders.
  • Explore a new collaborative paradigm of strategic planning practice.

CARF webinars offer:

  • Convenience - train in the comfort of your office, home, or another remote location.
  • Cost savings - train multiple employees for the price of one registration fee, with no additional travel or accommodation costs.

Please join us for an informative and enjoyable online learning experience.

All presentations and materials are provided in English.

 

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