Building Collaboration From the Inside Out
Looking inward and ensuring that an organization has the right elements in place to be a good partner and collaborator is necessary even though the tactics of how to collaborate vary depending on who an organization may work with or on the size, type and formality of the effort. To partner with anyone for anything, an organization needs effective internal culture, practices and priorities that can open and orient its board, staff and volunteers toward being better collaborators.
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