Understanding Your Ecosystem: Stakeholder Mapping
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9:00 am to 12:00 pm
United Way of Winnipeg Learning Centre
1st floor, 580 Main St.
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Have you ever thought about the different kinds of people and organizations that are directly and indirectly affected by your work? By creating a visual, colour-coded stakeholder map, you can quickly see the “ecosystem” within which you work, who your main collaborators and partners are, and where you have your greatest impact. You can also use the information to develop collaborative capacity and shape social impact arguments. In this hands-on workshop, you will construct a stakeholder map for your own organization and then consider its implications for stakeholder engagement, capacity-building, Theory of Change planning, and evidence-gathering for evaluation.
- Learn to identify your organizational "ecosystem"
- Practice visually mapping your organizational stakeholders and identifying impact
- Learn to build capacity, engagement, evaluation and planning around, and in consideration of, identified stakeholders
Margerit Roger (M.Ed.) of Eupraxia Training has worked with community-based organizations, industry, post-secondaries, labour, and the government to develop and evaluate programs for populations as diverse as newcomers, instructors, production workers, literacy learners, and apprentices. Her work is influenced by Theory of Change and social impact analysis, two frameworks that help describe the essential “ripple effect” of the work being done by organizations that support vulnerable and marginalized populations.
580 Main Street