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Develop Key Performance Indicators

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11:30am - 1:00pm Central Time

Do you need to tell the story of your organization’s impact with numbers?
Join us to discuss using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to track organizational health and communicate your organization’s contribution to the community.

This workshop will help you:

  • understand how to choose KPIs
  • develop a template and process to report on KPIs
  • understand how KPIs can be used to share community impact

Who should attend?

Executive Directors, Program Directors and managers responsible for multiple program areas

Requirements

A current strategic plan and a current example of a board report (any example…don’t be shy!)

Register for Reporting Matters: Data Visualization & Plain Language

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Reporting Matters: Data Visualization & Plain Language

Health In Common Logo11:30am - 1:00pm, Central Time

Accessible data can inform and shape our programs, policies and organizations.  Join us to explore data visualization and plain language principles, helping make your work relevant for the people you want to engage.

This workshop will help you:

  • understand best practices around data visualization and plain language
  • communicate and present data clearly

Register for Reporting Matters: Data Visualization & Plain Language

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Campfire Chat: Government Relations: Triumphs and Tragedies

10:00am - 11:00am Pacific
11:00am - 12:00pm Mountain
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central
1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern
2:00pm - 3:00pm Atlantic
2:30pm - 3:30pm Newfoundland

Have you had interactions with the government that were a resounding success?  What about ones that went very, very badly? 

Whether with elected officials or civil servants, building relationships with government is an important aspect of policy & advocacy work.  Successful government relations facilitate the exchange of information and ideas with key decision-makers, help influence policies, and open doors to new opportunities. 

This campfire chat will provide CCEDNet members with an opportunity to share your own government relations experience and learn from others’ stories in an informal peer-to-peer learning environment.  If you’re a novice, no worries, your stories are just as valuable!

Please join us on December 10!

Register for the Campfire Chat on Government Relations: Triumphs and Tragedies

Democratic Vitality in 21st-Century Co-operatives

#IVC_CVI2:30pm to 4:00pm Atlantic Time

The webinar will look at best practices and highlight research pertaining to the internal democracy of co-operatives and how it can remain vibrant and thrive as they grow and expand. We will also examine common challenges and innovative solutions in relation to the topic, with a special emphasis on the unique challenges and opportunities of platform co-operatives. This is a unique chance to exchange, discuss and learn from members of co-operatives that are leaders in democratic innovations.

Register for Democratic vitality in 21st-century co operatives

Facilitator: Simon Pek, PhD Assistant Professor, Sustainability and Organization Theory, Peter B. Gustavson School of Business | University of Victoria

How Inter-cooperation Strengthens Co operatives, Economies, and Communities

#IVC_CVI2:30pm to 4:00pm Atlantic TIme

You need to look no further than the International Co-operative Alliance’s set of seven principles to see that inter-cooperation is hard-wired into the DNA of the co-operative business model. Considered to be a co-operative superpower, Principle 6 is focused on the critical importance of co-operation among co‑operatives. Register for this webinar for a deep dive on inter-cooperation from diverse perspectives—from business partnerships and supply chains to the development of new co-operatives. All content will be oriented toward the benefits of inter-cooperation and the opportunities to strengthen co-operatives, economies, and communities. In addition, we encourage you to ask questions as well as share your experiences and best practices. The panellists’ presentation and the discussions afterwards will allow you to develop even stronger co‑operatives, while enriching your experiences as a co-operator.

Register for How Inter-cooperation Strengthens Co operatives, Economies, and Communities

Panelists:

  • Cory Munden—CEO at Leading Edge Credit Union (Newfoundland)
  • Kelly Storie, Executive Director, La Siembra
  • Colette Lebel (Director—Cooperative Affairs), Sollio Cooperative Group

Facilitator: Karen Miner Managing Director, International Centre for Co-operative Management, Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University

Indigenous Rights and Inclusion in Co-operatives

#IVC_CVI2:00-3:15pm Atlantic Time

As people-centred organizations and businesses, co-operatives are called to action to reflect on what inclusion really is. How does it show up in our governance and management practices? What policies, procedures, conversations, and practices should we be considering when trying to build more inclusive co-ops? The webinar is the first in a two-part series.

Register for Indigenous Rights and Inclusion in Co-operatives

Dr. Priscilla Settee is a member of Cumberland House Swampy Cree First Nations and a Professor of Indigenous Studies where she teaches courses on Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Indigenous Social Economies, University of Saskatchewan. She has won recognition nationally and internationally for her work on Indigenous knowledge systems that spans several continents. She was awarded a Global Citizen’s award by Saskatchewan Council for International Co-operation, was twice nominated for a teaching excellence award by her students, and has also been awarded the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee award for contributions to Canada. Settee serves on the Seed Change Canada and Culture Conservancy(US) boards and is a David Suzuki Fellow.

Dr. Isobel Findlay is a professor emerita, Department of Management and Marketing, and Fellow in Co-operatives, Diversity, and Sustainable Development, Canadian Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan. She has been University Co-Director of the Community-University Institute for Social Research, U of S, since 2011, and associate member of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers. A proud recipient of a University of Saskatchewan Students' Union Teaching Excellence Award, she is also co-winner of the Saskatchewan Book Awards Scholarly Writing Award, for Aboriginal Tenure in the Constitution of Canada.

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