Podcast Archive

Evaluating Collective Impact: 6 Simple Rules

Resource Type: audio seminar | Speaker: Mark Cabaj
In this webinar, Mark Cabaj, Tamarack Thought Leader and Principal of Here to There, explores six simple rules for evaluating collective impact, the implications for practitioners, funders and evaluators, as well as examples of collective impact evaluation in action.

Theory of Change - An Evaluation Methodology to Accelerate Learning

Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Tom Kelly and Paul Born
At Tamarack, we consider the Theory of Change Methodology to be one of the most significant for understanding to large scale collaboration. Listen as Tom – one of the key Thought-Leaders at Tamarack's 2013 CCI: Accelerating Impact in Edmonton in October 2013 – shares from his experience using this methodology.

Collective Impact Refresher for the Champions for Change Event in Toronto ON

Champions for Change is a dynamic gathering where community builders and change-makers are joining together to uncover, celebrate, learn more about and nurture what leadership is needed to truly transform our communities. Paul and Liz come together to create a tele-learning podcast prior to the event.

Collective Impact Refresher for the Champions for Change Event in Toronto ON - Q & A Period

Type: Podcast | Speaker: Paul Born and Liz Weaver
Champions for Change is a dynamic gathering where community builders and change-makers are joining together to uncover, celebrate, learn more about and nurture what leadership is needed to truly transform our communities. Paul and Liz come together to create a tele-learning podcast prior to the event.

Learn to Include - Include to Learn (Part 1)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speakers: Karasima Brands & Jane Worton
Jane Worton, Karasima Brands
This three-part podcast series explores how to facilitate the meaningful participation of low-income individuals in leadership roles at both grassroots and more formal levels. The 1st podcast in this series uses The Quality of Life CHALLENGE as an example of including the poverty experience.

Learn to Include - Include to Learn (Part 2)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speakers: VC St. John & VC St. Michel
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This three-part podcast series explores how to facilitate the meaningful participation of low-income individuals in leadership roles at both grassroots and more formal levels.

Learn to Include - Include to Learn (Part 3)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speakers: George Donahue, Catherine Goulet, Mary & Charles Ewing
Mary & Charles Ewing
This three-part podcast series explores how to facilitate the meaningful participation of low-income individuals in leadership roles at both grassroots and more formal levels. The 3rd podcast in this series explores how The Community Action Agency and Regent Park Neighbourhood Initiative are examples of capacity building for low-income leaders

Engaging Businesses in Local Efforts to Reduce Poverty (Part 1)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speaker: John Weiser
John Weiser
In this 1st podcast in a four-part series, John Weiser considers effective tactics for leveraging business and markets; creating employment opportunities; and, recognizing the realities faced by hourly wage workers.

Engaging Businesses in Local Efforts to Reduce Poverty (Part 2)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speaker: Garry Loewen
Garry Loewen
In the 2nd podcast of a four-part series, Garry Loewen considers effective tactics for leveraging business and markets; creating employment opportunities; and, recognizing the realities faced by hourly wage workers.

Engaging Businesses in Local Efforts to Reduce Poverty (Part 3)

Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speaker Jennifer Swanberg
Jennifer Swanberg
In this 3rd podcast of a four-part series, Jennifer Swanberg considers effective tactics for leveraging business and markets; creating employment opportunities; and, recognizing the realities faced by hourly wage workers.