Managing Effective Coalitions


11/1/2018 – 5/2/2019

1st Thursday, November through May

8:00-9:00am Mountain Time

- Nov 1st

- Dec 6th

- Jan 3rd

- Feb 7th

- Mar 7th

- Apr 4th

- May 2nd

- June 6th



Session 1
11/1/2018 – 11/1/2018

Session 2
12/6/2018 – 12/6/2018

Session 3
1/3/2019 – 1/3/2019

Session 4
2/7/2019 – 2/7/2019

Session 5
3/7/2019 – 3/7/2019

Session 6
4/4/2019 – 4/4/2019

Session 7
5/2/2019 – 5/2/2019



Primary Competency

Leadership and Systems Thinking Skills

Come chat once a month with colleagues who are managing, leading, or supporting coalitions in their community.  We will explore successes, challenges, ideas, and solutions for building effective coalitions that create and sustain lasting change.

A Community of Practice is a group of professionals who come together to discuss a topic or issue they all have in common. By joining this Community of Practice, you are saying you have something to share from your own work with coalitions - and that you have things that you want to learn, to advance your practice in this area.

The Managing Effective Coalitions Community of Practice will be facilitated and the topic areas listed below will serve as jumping-off points for the conversation each month. There will not be any formal presentation, though, and the conversation will be driven by the participants.

Anyone working with a coalition tackling issues related to public health, behavioral health, or environmental health located in the states of CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, or WY is invited to participate. You do not need to attend every month.

Length of Learning Opportunity
6 hours
Registration Information
Click on the green "Register Now" button at the top left of this page. You will need to be logged in or will need to create an account prior to registering for this training. Creating an account will not automatically register you for this training. You will need to re-open this page and register. Please email with registration questions.
Technical Requirements

We will meet each month via video, using Zoom, so you'll need a camera on your computer, laptop, tablet, or phone. Being able to see each other face-to-face will help us connect with each other and have a good dialogue.

Zoom is free to download and easy to use. New to Zoom? Don't worry - we're here to help! You can drop in to our Zoom Office Hours to try out your connection. Check the calendar for upcoming Office Hours - or reach out to us at 

Geographic Relevance
Individuals working with coalitions located in Colorado, Montana, North or South Dakota, Utah, or Wyoming are welcome to join this Community of Practice

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