Nonprofit, business, government, and philanthropy all play integral roles in helping solve complex problems in our communities. At CNM, we’re working to develop a culture of collective action in Middle Tennessee that moves the needle on our community’s most pressing challenges.
If you are a community change-maker who wants to accelerate progress and participate in the collective action movement, explore CNM’s Collective Impact Accelerator.
Learn about the tenets of collective impact at your own pace in CNM’s collective impact workshops. Collective impact workshops are designed for professionals at any level and from any sector.
The Collective Impact Affinity Group guides systems-thinking and collective impact practitioners in peer problem-solving conversations. Guided by an experienced facilitator, this affinity group creates a safe space for practitioners to share their work, learn from one another, and grow into their respective roles in collaborative spaces.
Stay tuned for upcoming affinity group opportunities.
Want to propel the work of your existing collective impact initiative forward? The Collective Impact Catalyst provides custom consulting for existing collaborative initiatives that are intentionally using the collective impact framework. Initiatives will set key outcomes for your catalyst work, and CNM will match your group with a team of consultants.
Applications for the 2020 CI Catalyst are currently closed.
Take a deeper dive into collective impact content and conversation with CNM’s Collective Impact Certificate. Participants will expand their knowledge of the collective impact framework in a cohort-based model enhanced by peer learning.
CNM’s Collective Impact Learning Community is designed for emerging and established nonprofit, business, government, or philanthropic change-makers who are committed to working collaboratively to find solutions for some of our community’s toughest problems.
The Learning Community is a year-long cohort that encourages community culture shift. Our team will introduce the technical concepts of collective impact, and small groups from different collaborative initiatives will engage in peer learning through discussion, experiential opportunities, and small-project consulting opportunities. To participate in these six day-long sessions, individuals from the same collaborative initiative will submit an application that is reviewed by a team.
Stay tuned for upcoming learning community opportunities.