Join Vibrant Communities and Clear Impact for a webinar on Collective Impact Through the Lens of ABCD and Results-Based Accountability

Originally Presented on: October 10, 2019 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EDT

Speaker: Dan Duncan, senior consultant, Clear Impact

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About the webinar:

What change is your community striving for? Are you using a Collective Impact approach to get there? If so, it’s likely that you already know the value of bringing residents and leaders together, the importance of co-creating a common agenda, and you’re likely looking at how to enhance coordination between services. That’s admirable but it’s not enough.

Dan Duncan from Clear Impact, and a faculty member of the ABCD Institute, suggests that it’s not a matter of just doing better coordination of services, that collective impact requires a “sea change” in the way we think and develop community-led strategies that focus on real change in the lives of communities we serve. Learn how to level-up your community development efforts with Dan as he explores Collective Impact through the lens of Asset Based Community Development and Results-Based Accountability.

About the speaker:

Dan DuncanDan Duncan is currently a senior consultant at Clear Impact. Dan brings a wealth of Results-Based Accountability (RBA), Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD), and Collective Impact experience to his work across the USA. He uses this extensive experience to help clients and communities achieve even greater community-level results. Most recently, Dan served as the Owner/ Lead Consultant of H. Daniels Duncan Consulting, where he provided national and international consulting, training, and public speaking on ABCD, RBA, Collective Impact, strategic planning, nonprofit management, board governance, fundraising, and outcomes measurement. He has authored several publications on these topics, including the white paper: United Way Collective Impact: the Power of ABCD and RBA. In addition to his consulting practice, Dan has served as a faculty member of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute at Northwestern University for 20 years.