E Learning: New Online Partnering Course

DIXON Partnering Solutions (DPS) in conjunction with our partner organisation CQ University have joined together to launch a new online “Introduction to Cross Sector Partnering” course. This new course is one of the first online programs for cross sector partnering in the world and is based on the highly successful Partnering Essentials™ suite of programs developed and delivered by DPS over the last nine years.

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Getting started with partnering

starting-2The practice of working with organisations from different sectors is gaining momentum. Whether it be to make better use of resources, drive innovation or to solve tough intractable problems. But how we go about starting this process can have significant impacts on how sustainable the partnering will be and what it will deliver.

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Community Partnering in Townsville

IMG_0113When visiting Townsville recently I participated in a Community Learning Day, which focussed on ‘Partnering and Collaboration in Todays World’. While the major part of the day session was imparting some greater knowledge and skills to participants, as part of this day we heard some great examples of local cross sector partnering in the region and shared some of the key learning’s from these initiatives.

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APY – A New Direction

APY Strat PlanningA recent strategic planning exercise with the Anangu Pitjantjatjarra Yankunytjatjara (APY) will set a new direction and momentum for this remote Aboriginal organisation. It will also build upon previous work to develop the APY as a strong partner who can work effectively with Federal and State Government, Not for Profits and Philanthropic organisations.

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The conversation you need to have

monks arm in armMany organisations today promote partnering as a way of doing business and if you look at their promotional material you will see the word partnering mentioned many times. But how many of these organisations really have a good understanding of just what partnering is and how they should be going about it? Are they really positioning themselves to gain maximum value from their partnering initiatives?

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