Busting silos and working better together is absolutely essential to making progress on our toughest community challenges. But, working together is hard, and the biggest obstacles to collaboration are also the most invisible and difficult to change - our own mindsets. The very mindsets that have led to our individual and organizational success can actually work against us when we try to work more collaboratively. During this session we will explore what these mindsets are and experiment with some techniques to retrain our brains to be better partners.
Freya Bradford has worked for nearly 20 years to help organizations, governments and networks increase their capacity to learn from and adapt their work to make a greater social impact. She has been a member of the NorthSky Consultant Network since 2008 and served as the Rotary Charities Learning Officer since 2014. Most often she consults with clients wishing to develop theories of change or measurable goals and action plans, evaluation and learning plans and data collection tools, or analyze results and uncover actionable patterns and themes in data. Freya also has a long history in working with clients to secure government and foundation grant funding.