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Transfer Team

Here we discuss ways, strategies and tools to facilitate the Transfer of CLCP to organizations and communities that are interested. This group is facilitated by Laurie Khorchi, Facilitator Transfer, Constellation Global Support Team. You can contact her - laurie(at)communitylifecompetence.org

Members: 29
Latest Activity: Jul 1, 2014

JL's video about Community to community transfer

Jean Louis Lamboray, Chair of the Constellation, was invited to speak to students of 'Community Health Interventions' at Vrije University, Amsterdam, in January, 2014.  He spoke about 'Transfer' as a strategy for spreading competence from community to community. Bobby Zachariah, Constellation Coach, recorded the video which you can find here 

Discussion Forum

Did a transfer manual would help you to lead an opportunity into a concrete transfer of the approach?

Started by khorchi laurie Apr 18, 2014. 0 Replies

I wanted to write this post since long time now, but I didn't knew how to start. May be I should start presenting myself?! :I'm Laurie from Belgium and I work as a member of the Global Support Team…Continue

Tags: function, guide, work, Transfer, Team

staff assessment using CLCP mechanism

Started by wiwin winarni. Last reply by Laurence Gilliot Jun 13, 2011. 1 Reply

Dear Gaston; Can you share your vision due to staff assessment and coaching clinic by using CLCP as an approach.  Provincial Family Planning Board at my province invited me to design assessment…Continue

Dissecting Transfer

Started by Claire Campbell May 17, 2011. 0 Replies

 This may belong in the new ‘experience box’, but I’ll add it here for now… Over the years I have been in many conversations about ‘transfer’.  What is it, how does it work, what is transferred – is…Continue

SALT + APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY = We're Human!

Started by wiwin winarni. Last reply by Gaston May 3, 2011. 1 Reply

Last week (25-29 April 2011), IndoCompetence and Inspirit worked hand in hand on training for facilitators to materialize a joint project steps on strengthening women's rights (SWR) . Along with…Continue

Tags: WoT, and, WoW, Inquiry, Appreciative

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Comment by Olivia Munoru on May 23, 2012 at 17:30

Dear Friends in the Transfer Team

I would like to invite you all to a meeting on TRANSFER next Wednesday, 30th May, 2012. The purpose is to re-ignite this group, appreciate the great examples of transfer occurring around the globe and discuss how to build on this for the future.

I will wait to hear from a few of you before I set a time. Please either reply with a comment, or email me directly at olivia.munoru@gmail.com.

Looking forward to a very energetic discussion. This will be the first of many more opportunities to come together and share our ideas.

See you then!!!

Olivia

Comment by Gaston on May 12, 2011 at 10:01
Thank you. I tried to find a solution. May I invite you to please add your precious experiences with spreading local responses on this website: http://sites.google.com/site/constellationsuitcase/home and go to Transfer! Thank you all
Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on May 12, 2011 at 1:07

Hi Gaston,

 

How about- Experience box on local responses

 

I am not sure on 'our'. We thought of the term local responses rather than CLCP to encourage sharing from other community based approaches. And use of  'our' might discourage newcomers to share as they may not identify with who 'our' is.

 

Rituu

Comment by Gaston on May 11, 2011 at 10:23
but then how do we refer to this in conversations and emails? It needs to be a catchy word or term. "For this question, please check out our ........." we can't really refer to check out our 'spreading local responses'. So, then I am back to the inspiration box again. That's what it's meant for actually...
Comment by Gaston on May 11, 2011 at 10:16
How about Spreading Local Responses - our experience. I think the 'our' is crucial here as it is not some selected group of experts that put best practices out there (the easy way to do a 'toolbox' that then nobody looks at afterwards).
Comment by Ricardo Walters on May 10, 2011 at 22:30

Thanks, Gaston

 

I'd go with "spreading Local Responses", just as it is, and lose the box.

Comment by Marlou on May 10, 2011 at 13:00

Spreading Local Responses - Out of the Box

 

To honor creative solutions?

Comment by Gaetane Gilliot on May 10, 2011 at 12:55
For me, the last one explains the best what it is... for people who don't know what it is!...
Comment by Gaston on May 10, 2011 at 9:19

Dear friends, I soon want to launch a virtual 'box' of experiences with spreading local responses and the Community Life Competence Process. It will involve sections on 'transfering the approach to others', 'sharing the inspiration and results' and 'learning from the process and updating it accordingly'. 

 

Now my question is: How will we name this 'box'? It will be the name of a separate website and discussion groups. I need your creative inputs here! Here are some initial ideas: 

  • Spreading CLCP - inspiration box
  • Spreading local responses - experience box
  • The champion toolkit
  • Learning box on spreading local responses

What do you think? Please share your thoughts before the end of the week. Thanks. 

Comment by Gaston on June 16, 2010 at 10:59
Thanks Rafique. I'll soon 'revive' this group seriously and am working on a Knowledge Asset on Transfer. Am a bit loaded these days with so many opportunities, but watch this space! Regards
 

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