Rethinking Partnership Working
  • Room 410, Babbage Building (This room has disabled access - if the ground floor door is locked, please ring 01752 588400.)

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Visual Arts Plymouth's next Talent Development Workshop will be held at the University of Plymouth.

Led by Close and Remote (Sophie Mellor and Simon Poulter), the event will focus on:

  • identifying new and potential partnerships
  • establishing shared goals and values
  • working with clarity, openness and trust
  • understanding capacity, ensuring mutual advantage and sharing resources
  • communication, decision-making and honest evaluation.
Partnership working is seen by many as essential step towards addressing specific issues and working to achieve short and longer term change. Partnerships can be formed between individuals, agencies or organisations with a shared interest, and are beneficial in securing funding, establishing new networks, allowing better access to resources and ensuring wider participation. Working in partnership can be difficult and holds its own set of challenges and potential pitfalls.

This workshop will explore practical methods of setting up partnership working relationships that are about more than individual organisations meeting together and exchanging views.

Visit the Eventbrite webpage for further details and to register your place. Registration is essential and tickets are free (with lunch included). 

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