In July and August, Aligning Systems for Health at the Georgia Health Policy Center, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, reviewed and synthesized learnings about aligning across sectors from the past year, leading to a new design for the visualization of the Cross-Sector Alignment Framework.
This evaluation highlighted the importance of four adaptive factors, including power dynamics, community voices, trust, and equity.
As part of a virtual event series on these adaptive factors, the second event focused on bridging trust and community in cross-sector alignment. This event on Thursday, December 17, featured Liz Weaver, featured Liz Weaver, co-CEO at the Tamarack Institute.
Keynote: Bridging Trust and Community
What can individuals and institutions do to build trust as a foundation for creating community connections and engaging citizens? In disruptive and chaotic times, intentionally focusing on trust is critical to maintaining connections, building community, and leveraging success. Building trust also relies upon the essential role of self. Trust isn’t just a word, it is a series of intentional actions, which, when woven together create the bridge from today into the future.