In this video story, Jose de Dios talks about the partnership approach Wycliffe took toward their work in Latin America, and how they have begun to help facilitate international connections between the missions movement in Latin America and other parts of the world.
In this video story, Lynne Ellis shares from her own experience one of the best ways to kill a partnership: call a meeting!
In this video story, Prem James talks about the initial Exploration Phase of partnership development, and the importance of taking the time to conduct thorough research and build trusting relationships.
In this video story, Chip Sweney shares about the inspiration for the UNITE! Partnership, and what happened when churches in Atlanta began to ask the critical question: “Is there anything we could do better together?”
In this video, Clyde Taber shares the story of how the Visual Story Network was launched through an intentional process of exploratory meetings over many months.
In this video story, Rene Mbongo shares an example from Senegal about the fruits of partnership.
In this video, Andy Rittenhouse shares a personally transparent story of his own challenges in forming an effective collaborative initiative. Even though the city-wide partnership has been successful, he reflects on what they might have done differently.
Sometimes people working in partnership with others can become frustrated when it seems that after all the effort invested in the partnership, the group has accomplished only one or two major objectives. In this video, Phill Butler shares why it is important to keep perspective on progress, because partnership objectives – by nature – are greater than what any one organization can accomplish alone.
In this video story, Ernie Addicott tells about the founding of Viva Network and the thorough and deliberate process of one-to-one meetings that lays the foundation for all durable partnerships.
In this video, Rene Mbongo shares a story from Senegal about conflict resolution in partnership.