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COVID-19 Community Response Playbook

In partnership with the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN), and with support from the Walter & Elise Haas Fund, Coro has worked to create resources to help communities and neighborhoods respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal of the Playbook is to provide a simple, easy to use roadmap that will help increase the capacity of our community to protect the health and well-being of all residents, especially those who are most vulnerable, as we adapt to a rapidly evolving pandemic.

Below, you’ll find links to specific Coro tools to help effectively organize and lead your community.

Best Practices for Leading Online

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a global adaptation to new ways of leading, collaborating, and coexisting. Guidelines for successfully engaging online can help improve the health and safety of our communities. Learn best practices for leading online »

Meeting and Project Management

What’s the key to running an effective meeting? Or delivering a successful project? A tool called OARRS (Outcomes, Agenda, Roles, Responsibilities, Summary) can help avoid misplaced assumptions and clearly define your team’s goals and responsibilities. Learn more about remote project management »

Group Decision Making

Are you searching for ways to make decisions more effectively and promote consensus building? The decision-making tool Fist to Five can assist your planning process. Learn more about decision making for distributed teams »

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SAFETY: These tools can and must be adapted to follow current shelter-in-place orders and community physical distancing requirements. We have made every attempt to align these strategies with current health guidelines issued by the State of California and the City and County of San Francisco. Please continue to closely monitor City, State, and National guidelines to ensure the well-being of yourself, your family, and your neighbors.

Thank you to our partners:

Neighborhood Empowerment Network
Walter & Elise Haas Fund