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NFF Peer Learning Session

Measuring Progress in Collaboration: A Partnership Network Peer Learning Session

You’ve formed a partnership, and you’re collaborating…but how do you know if you are making progress?

The next Partnership Network peer learning session will attempt to answer this basic question by providing tools and strategies to support collaborative efforts in measuring progress and success. This session will feature Annie Schmidt and methods utilized by the Chumstick Wildfire Stewardship Group to measure participant involvement in collaborative efforts. In addition, Karen DiBari of the National Forest Foundation will share tools designed to set clear, measurable objectives to aid in measuring your collaborative strides. Other methods to measure partner involvement and satisfaction will be discussed, and there will be a good amount of time allowed to fully flesh out the varying methods and strategies of measuring collaborative progress. This is sure to be a great session, and we hope you can join!

Please note that this session starts at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, February 13, 2013. This is one of a series of peer learning sessions for the Partnership Network, sponsored by the National Partnership Office and offered in cooperation with the National Forest Foundation.

Click here to register for the session:
http://www.nff.wildapricot.org/Default.aspx?pageId=471105&eventId=620988&EventViewMode=EventDetails

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