Why join the fourth cohort of Collaboration Lab?
Applications will be opening soon for the fourth cohort of Collaboration Lab, a partnership between Danville Regional Foundation, Healthy Places by Design and the Tamarack Institute. DRF fundamentally believes in the power of collaboration to transform our region. They are committed to supporting the structures, networks and connections that lift up community voices, bring people together to tackle our communities’ challenges and ultimately make this a great place to live. This work doesn’t happen without dedicated people like you who work tirelessly to make a difference in our region. Many members of our community are already forming innovative collaborations to create change, with the understanding that no one person, organization, or even system can make the changes we want to see alone.
With that in mind, they will be recruiting for a fourth cohort of Collaboration Lab, a ten-month opportunity to come together with other regional leaders from a variety of disciplines to share and discover the best strategies for creating and strengthening collaborative networks.
The Collaboration Lab is designed as a learning journey to:
The program will include the opportunity to complete a planning process for a new collaboration or enhance an existing collaborative effort, with the help of national experts and local peers. Participants will emerge from the program with a deeper understanding of the ways we can implement the most impactful strategies within our context for change and join the growing network of local ambassadors for collaboration.