Coalition Leadership In the Community

Offered by the Great Lakes PTTC for prevention practitioners in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI

Building on coalition leadership Part 1, this virtual learning event focuses on building skills that facilitate leadership in the coalition and the community. This webinar highlights effective virtual engagement techniques for existing and new coalition members and stakeholders in the age of COVID-19. Participants will receive hands-on tools they can use with their coalitions. A successful engagement technique is effective messaging. Participants will learn the critical components of communication for working with coalition members and community-level stakeholders.

Learning Objectives

  • List two techniques for engaging people in a virtual meeting.
  • Explain the connection between adult learning and practical engagement.
  • Describe one approach for selecting new coalition members.
  • List two critical components of a communication message.


Carol OliverCarol Oliver is a nationally-recognized leader and trainer in substance misuse prevention. She has expertise in evidence-based methods, stigma reduction, instructional design, and in-person and virtual learning. She specializes in developing systems to solve complex health-related problems and create effective behavioral health workforces.







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