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June 26th, 12pm- 3pm ET, 9am- 12pm PT

If believing strength in numbers is how we win long-term change, then coalitions are a natural step that many organizations take. But what makes a coalition, made up of organizations with different self-interest, able to sustain amidst inevitable disagreement and tension? Under what conditions should coalitions be started or ended? How can coalitions begin with clarity and intentionality?


This workshop covers the fundamentals of creating a strong coalition. There are steps you can take to develop clear expectations and decision making practices that will keep your coalition strong for the long-haul. This workshop will offer concrete steps you can take and tools you can use for starting coalitions.


By the end of this workshop you will have:

  • Identified best practices for planning for disagreement and building strong coalitions

  • Learned tools that support groups to make decisions and disagree, build cultures of shared responsibility and cooperation, and navigate power dynamics and conflict

  • Practiced talking about power, difference, organizational self-interest, and capacity within your coalition

  • Developed next steps for your coalition with these building blocks in mind


This is an interactive online workshop. Be prepared to be on camera,  practice and receive feedback. Having a computer with strong internet connection and the ability to connect to video will ensure the best experience.

Group Registration
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