Tools & Resources

14 Resources
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Five Boundaries that Affect Your Leadership

This is a short video (from Center for Creative Leadership) of Chris Ernst, author of Boundary Spanning Leadership, describing five types of boundaries. It can be found in Work Together under Manage...
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What Works for Health Tutorial

What Works for Health provides communities with information to help select and implement evidence-informed policies, programs, and system changes that will improve the variety of factors we know affect health.
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Action Plan Webcast

This webcast (from CHR&R) walks you through the Action Plan tool, a template that will help you create a detailed action plan expressed in terms of goals, objectives, and activities with expected results.
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27-9-3 Example Webcast

This webcast (from CHR&R) introduces you to David Liners, of WISDOM who discusses how his organization used the 27-9-3 tool, a process for creating powerful, succinct, messages—no more than 27 words, delivered in nine seconds, containing just three (or fewer) ideas, to communicate about their campaign to reduce prison populations. 
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27-9-3 How to Webcast

This webcast (from CHR&R) walks you through the 27-9-3 tool, a process for creating powerful, succinct, messages—no more than 27 words, delivered in nine seconds, containing just three (or fewer) ideas. 
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Historygram How to Webcast

This webcast (from CHR&R) walks you through the Historygram, a tool that helps groups build on past change efforts and develop values they want to take into the future.
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Policy Advocacy Choice Tool How to Webcast

This webcast walks you through the Policy Advocacy Choice tool, a step-by-step process to help groups select the policy or systems change that will have the greatest likelihood of successful adoption in their communities.
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Hernando, MS

The 2011 County Health Rankings classified Desoto County as the healthiest county in Mississippi for health outcomes and the fifth-healthiest county for health factors, with lower unemployment rates, higher education rates and greater access to healthy food compared to the rest of the state. Yet much more work needs to be done to improve the health of Desoto County, as one-third of its adults are obese and Mississippi, overall, has the highest obesity rates in the nation.