Cultivating Partnerships to Advance Your Implementation Projects

About the Webcast

Collaborative and equitable partnerships can play a pivotal role in the success of implementation initiatives. However, describing how people are partnering and how to build trusting relationships is often a challenge for implementation teams.

This webcast focuses on practical aspects of cultivating partnerships and strong relationships. We will introduce an approach that teams can use to reflect the types and depth of a prospective collaboration using the collaboration spectrum. Then we will discuss the science of building trust and navigating power, including actions teams can use in the partnership-building process.

Lastly, we will introduce Cultiv8, a practical tool designed to help teams identify appropriate actions that can be immediately implemented for building the collaborative relationships you need during your partnership building efforts.

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  1. This webcast aired on February 22, 2024. The archive is available on YouTube at: You do not need a YouTube account to view the webcast. Closed captioning is available.

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About the Presenter

Dr. Anjali J. Forber-Pratt

Dr. Julia E. Moore is a rogue scientist – academic turned social entrepreneur. She is an award-winning expert on the practical applications of implementation science (i.e., the science of creating individual, organizational, and systems change). As the Executive Director of The Center for Implementation, she is internationally known for her ability to communicate complex implementation science concepts in clear and actionable ways. Her passion for supporting the real-world use of implementation science is shown through her commitment to the spread and scale of accessible training: Dr. Moore has led and designed tailored courses and workshops for over 8000 professionals from a wide range of fields.

She holds a PhD from Penn State University in Human Development and Family Studies, a M.S. from Penn State University on Human Development and Family studies, a B.A. in Psychology from University of Alberta, and over 15 years of experience on implementation science and practice.