Collective Impact is working with the West Virginia Nonprofit Association and United Way of Southern West Virginia to develop and deliver a collaboration training workshop services. The focus of the workshop will be on helping nonprofit participants learn the importance of collaboration, including working more effectively as a team and increasing their capacity to make a collective impact around identified priorities.
Collective Impact provided Cultural Competence Capacity Building training services for Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission's Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition. The focus of the training was on awareness, empathy and acceptance, as well as differences and similarities in generational cohorts and cultural competence in the workplace.
“Bruce Decker was extremely flexible and accommodating. His Collective Impact team did a very thorough and professional study for us.” ~ John David - Director, Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS)