The Partnership Handbook (2000)

The goals of this handbook are to help people learn more about what partnerships are and to offer suggestions about how to be effective in them. While the main emphasis is on community-based partnerships, the information and processes are applicable to most partnership efforts.

The book is divided into sections dealing with the definition of partnership; the conditions that support partnerships; the partnership process; skills and knowledge needed for effective partnerships; the most common problems that partnerships face; and how these problems may be overcome.

In addition, the authors have included brief stories based on partnership experiences across Canada.

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