Facilitated One-on-One Peer Networking
The Alliance for Children and Families offers individualized one-on-one networking opportunities to help its members analyze specific problems, develop targeted solutions, and share specialized knowledge.
The process typically begins with a phone call to an Alliance staff member, who takes time to fully understand the specific challenge or question. The Alliance then identifies a member, or a small group of members, that successfully has overcome a similar obstacle and is positioned to provide assistance.
Members generally connect with each other over the phone, although face-to-face meetings can also be facilitated.
At a local level, it can be difficult for organizations to discuss issues or concerns that may be confidential or relate to a competitive advantage. By leveraging the wealth of intellectual capital housed within the Alliance’s national network, the Alliance helps members to quickly and inexpensively address a variety of challenges.
For more information, contact the Alliance Member Relations Department.