Collective Impact and Shared Measurement - Healthier Eating and Active Living Update

On Wednesday 28th May, around 24 people from across the G21 Region came together to hear from Jen Riley of Navigating Outcomes about Collective Impact and Shared Measurement.

Participants heard from Jen on the differences between collaboration and other ways of working, the 5 conditions of collective impact and how to measure Collective Impact.

The morning’s session held at the Geelong Regional Library Corporation builds our collective understanding of collaboration; the principles that help guide our work.

As we move towards a shared plan for action in addressing Obesity Prevention, the backbone support group felt that the session provided an excellent building block towards our Regional goal.