Community Collaboration

Principles of community collaboration apply to community outreach activities of all governmental and non-profit organizations that are seeking to improve public trust and confidence in and support for their operations. As the primary author of Dialogue:  Courts Reaching Out To Their Communities – A Handbook for Court and Community Collaboration, Ms. Stump has completed nationally recognized justice system research and presents practical “how to” training about court and community collaboration.

Ms. Stump offers a leading edge two-day course that orients justice system personnel and others in government and non-profit service to basic community collaboration concepts including elements of effective collaboration, the importance of broad community participation, ethical constraints, and the importance of continuing innovation in a changing environment.

 

Ingredient for Success:  Building Collaborative Relationships with the People You Serve

Services:

Orientation to basic community collaboration concepts including elements of effective collaboration, the importance of broad community participation, ethical constraints, and the importance of a continuing innovation in a changing environment.

Results: 

Improved public trust and confidence in and support for the the operations of governmental and nonprofit organizations.