Stories of Sustainability Webinar


When

6/20/2018

12 pm - 1 pm Mountain Time

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Financial Planning and Management Skills
Description
Sustainability planning is essential in order to maintain the delivery of effective public health programs. Given the importance of sustainability planning, there is a wealth of available literature and resources designed to help individuals and organizations assess, develop, and implement sustainability plans. However, translating recommendations from ‘paper’ to practice can be challenging and even overwhelming. Learning about real-life experiences in sustainability planning can help alleviate some of these challenges by providing powerful and practical insight into different approaches to sustainability. In this webinar, we will host a panel of experienced individuals in the public health field who are all working towards sustainability of their programs, projects, and partnerships. This webinar will use storytelling, guided facilitation, and group discussions to explore the complexities of sustainability planning and share valuable lessons learned from the field.
Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Gain insight from real-life experiences working towards sustaining different programs, projects, and partnerships

  • Analyze different approaches to sustainability planning used in current programs, projects and partnerships

  • Identify common facilitators and barriers to achieving sustainability in your work

Length of Learning Opportunity
1 hour
Registration Information
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Development Partner(s)
Trailhead Institute 

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