Equity, mutual benefit, openness, diversity and courage: How can technology help reinforce these principles of partnership brokering in remote partnerships where partners mostly do not meet face to face?
Join this 2-hour interactive online research inquiry, hosted by accredited partnership brokers Joanna Pyres and Catherine Russ.
SESSION 01 | April 12 at 11.00 Washington D.C / 16.00 UK / 18.00 Addis Ababa / 20.30 India
SESSION 02 | May 3 at 9.00 Washington D.C / 14.00 UK / 16.00 Addis Ababa / 18.30 India
Only 15 places available at each session, so sign up now by emailing email@example.com. For more information download the flyer and share it with your colleagues and peers.
Our next training course begins in Jakarta on 10 April, running for four days. After that we’ll be training in Kolkata, Edmonton and Toronto. Our courses are the same the world over, so you’re welcome to apply for training at any of our locations. Please visit our training page for more details.
Read this interview between Bas Gadiot and Herman Brouwer on ppplab.org/interview where they tease out why partnerships require competent process management to break through discomfort and find new, perhaps unexpected, solutions.
held January 23-26th – for access to all the new ideas, outputs and tools go to www.remotepartnering.org/outputs
Remote Partnering – a new website (remotepartnering.org) has been launched to bring attention to this important and neglected topic. PBA has initiated this project in partnership with Action Against Hunger, British Red Cross, PAX for Peace and the Partnerships Resource Centre. The first phase involved a number of desk-top and action research activities and has resulted in a new publication: ‘The Current Status of Remote Partnering’.
If you are interested in sharing your experience, giving feedback on the publication or getting involved – either as an individual or on behalf of an organisation – in this project let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org.
PBA Director, Ros Tennyson, gave a 5 minute ‘lightening talk’ in the final session of the Global Summit on Community Philanthropy (#ShiftThePower, December 2nd, Johannesburg) – she said that partnering would be the key to ‘shifting the power’ IF partnerships were truly transformational in their intent and process management. Download the PBA paper Shifting The Power, and Ros Tennyson’s presentation.
PEP (Promoting Effective Partnering), offers knowledge and resources on partnering to practitioners working in partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals. Through a newly created facility, people can learn about partnering, access help, share experiences and exchange ideas. Read the press release and visit www.effectivepartnering.org.
Our two most recent graduate cohorts have completed their training on opposite sides of the world – London at the end of October and Sydney at the beginning of November 2016. Our training is the same worldwide, so wherever you choose to complete your Partnership Brokers Training, you’ll receive the same qualification and be eligible to apply for advanced training. Contact our Training Manager (email@example.com) for more information or visit our Training Programme Page.
We are in the process of moving the PBA Alumni Network to a new interactive site – in the meantime contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to connect
Ros Tennyson, Director of Strategy for the Partnership Brokers Association has written a guest blog for Keystone. See why Ros thinks that in partnerships, Rules Don’t Work.