5 Common Blind Spots

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5 Blind Spots that Prevent Coalitions from Producing Systemic Change

A coalition is formed when individuals and/or organizations seeking common change come together to tackle a difficult, wide-ranging issue. Typically, the change that coalitions strive to accomplish does not fall within a single entity’s sphere of influence or control. By working together and developing consensus on a shared purpose, individual organizations are able to expand their perspective on the issue and broaden their sphere of influence. Thus, the collective impact of a coalition can typically produce change more effectively than any single organization alone.

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