Managing by Network
2017 Course Notebook
Find the roster of participants, instructor presentations, links to instructional videos, and additional resources.
These course materials will help you dig deeper, as you apply your knowledge and skills to partnerships and community collaboration.
Session 12: May 3 or 4 - Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
- Read: The Partnerships and Ethics Pop Quiz Questions and Note Your Answers Partnership Ethics Fact Pattern Pop Quiz.pdf
- Watch: Nonprofit Fundraising and Public-Private Partnerships (CC) with Liz Madison, 18 mins
Instructors: Liz Madison and Anne Desmarais
1. Welcome - Anne Desmarais, 5 mins
2. Partnerships and Ethics Guidance – Liz Madison, 45 mins
- Federal Ethics Regulations_ Managing by Network_2017.pdf
- Deeper Dive: Partnership Ethics with Markci Metcalf
- Part 1, 31 mins Fundraising, Gifts, Meeting Attendance
- Part 2, 18 mins Conflicts of Interest
- Part 3, 23 mins Frequently Aske Questions
- Fundraising Events, 12 mins
- Impartiality and Outside Employment, 12 mins
3. Stretch Break - 5 mins
4. Nonprofit Fundraising Perspectives – Liz Madison 30 mins
5. Nonprofit Fundraising and Financial Management Due Diligence Practices – Liz Madison 30 mins
6. Aha! - 5 mins
On the Horizon:
Study Hall Week: May 10 & 11
Instructors: Liz Madison and Matt Birnbaum, Ph.D. will host the Office Hours webinar.
Study Hall work is optional and designed to help you apply what you learn. Choose from any of the following activities:
1. Office hours: chat with instructors and other classmates, 2-3pm ET Thursday, May 11.
2. Homework: self-assessments and workbook exercises.
3. Network: reach out to a classmate or instructor by email, phone, Facebook or in person.
4. Self-study: catch up on what you missed or dive deeper on previous session materials
5. Do nothing. Study hall work is optional.
Course Notebook Materials listed with this arrow icon are recommended for self-study when you miss a webinar.
MBN 2017 Course Materials Archive
Presentations: ABCD Practices and Storytelling.pdf Thoughts about Evaluation Partnerships and Conservation.pdf Evaluation Logic Models created in class with Popplet Video: Appreciative Inquiry: A Conversation with David Cooperrider Additional Resources: ABCD guiding principles and key...
Presentations: Principled Negotiation Persuasion Insights Video Assignments: The Story of the Orange , 2 mins with Denis Desmarais Persuasion with Liz Madison, 22 mins Deeper Dive: Principled Negotiation (CC) 23 mins with Denis Desmarais Instructors: Denis Desmarais Anne...
Presentations: Making Meetings Work.pdf Facilitation in Action.pdf Video Instruction: Making Meetings Work (CC) with Liz Madison, 11 mins Deeper Dive: A Facilitator's Best Practices with Anne Desmarais, 18 mins Additional...
Presentations: Laws Guiding Community Engagement FACA.pdf FACA Decision Tree.pdf ChalondaJasper_USFS_Planning Specialist Ecosystem Management Coordination_FACA Meeting Management.pdf RachelLondon_USFWS_Fish and Wildlife Biologist_Ecological Services_Adventures in FACA_How USFWS Developed Its...
Presentations: TLC Formation Managing Public Lands for Impact and Sustainability_TLC Case Study Community Collaboration Tools and Concepts.pdf Video assignments: Measuring the Health of Mount Tam, 5 mins Collaboration Toolbox with Joy Lujan Stakeholder Analysis (5...
Managing by Network FAQ
What are the Managing by Network learning objectives?Applying knowledge and skills learned in this course, participants will be able to:
- create or strengthen an internal and external network of individuals and organizations to advance the mission of the agency;
- build trust with external partners using collaborative leadership, partnership leverage and partner cultural awareness;
- sustain partnership accountability using external awareness and communication skills including collaboration, conflict management, facilitation, persuasion and negotiation;
- develop, monitor and evaluate formal partnership agreements and projects that rely on a mix of federal and nonfederal funding, and
- identify and apply agency policies and practices related to partner fundraising and donation activities.
What if I have a schedule conflict?
If you know you will miss a webinar, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some ways you can catch up:
- Review session materials posted here: pre-webinar videos, presentations, activities or resources.
- Invite a colleague to sit in for you, and debrief later.
- Follow up with a peer in the class.
- Follow up with the instructors if you have questions or would like to discuss what we covered in class.
Please note that we do not record Managing by Network webinars in order to encourage everyone to speak freely about their work in partnership, without concern about their comments being taken out of context.
Are you new to the WebEx classroom?
The classroom will be open 20 minutes before the start of class. Plan to call the conference line, and then log in to the webinar, using the links sent to you via email
Please log in to the webinar 10 minutes early to troubleshoot any technical difficulties.
Some participants may encounter a local firewall. If this happens, you will need to contact your IT help desk to get permission to download the WebEx software. As an immediate workaround, you can click on the link to "run a temporary application" at WebEx to gain access to the webinar.
as of 3/14/2017