Coordination Forum

In 2020, the LeadersCoordination Forum was replaced by the Virtual Coordination Forum.[1]

The Coordination Forum (formerly known as the Leaders ForumForum) is an annual event for a few dozen core members of the effective altruism community, run by the Centre for Effective Altruism. The event seeks to improve coordination among thought leaders, organization founders and major donors, by building relationships, hosting strategy discussions and collaborating on various projects.

Surveys of LeadersCoordination Forum attendees have been run at each LeadersCoordination Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours[2][3][4] and on the Effective Altruism Forum.[5]

The Leaders Forum is an annual event for a few dozen core members of the effective altruism community, run by the Centre for Effective Altruism. The event seeks to improve coordination among thought leaders, organization and community leaders,founders and major donorsdonors, by building relationships, hosting strategy discussions,discussions and collaborating on various projects.

In 2020, the Leaders Forum was replaced by the Virtual Coordination Forum (Dalton 2020).[1]

Surveys of Leaders Forum attendees have been run at each Leaders Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours (McIntyre 2017; Wiblin 2017; Todd & Lempel 2018)[2][3][4] and on the Effective Altruism Forum (Gertler 2019).[5]

BibliographyRelated entries

Effective Altruism Global

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    Dalton, Max (2020) CEA’s 2020 Annual Review, Effective Altruism Forum, December 10.

    Gertler, Aaron (2019)

  2. EA Leaders Forum: Survey on EA priorities (data and analysis)^, Effective Altruism Forum, November 11.

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    Wiblin, Robert (2017)Gertler, Aaron (2019) What are the most important talent gaps in the effective altruism community?EA Leaders Forum: Survey on EA priorities (data and analysis), 80,000 HoursEffective Altruism Forum, November 3.11.

    Related entries

    Effective Altruism Global

Leaders Forum survey

Surveys of Leaders Forum attendees have been run at each Leaders Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours (McIntyre 2017; Wiblin 2017; Todd & Lempel 2018) and on the Effective Altruism Forum (Gertler 2019).

Gertler, Aaron (2019) EA Leaders Forum: Survey on EA priorities (data and analysis), Effective Altruism Forum, November 11.

McIntyre, Peter (2017) What skills are effective altruist organisations short of? Results from our survey, 80,000 Hours, March 19.

Todd, Benjamin & Howie Lempel (2018) What skills and experience are most needed in professional effective altruism in 2018? – 80,000 Hours leaders survey, 80,000 Hours, October 8.

Wiblin, Robert (2017) What are the most important talent gaps in the effective altruism community?, 80,000 Hours, November 3.

In 2020, the Leaders Forum was replaced by the Virtual Coordination Forum (Dalton 2020).

Leaders Forum survey

Surveys of Leaders Forum attendees have been run at each Leaders Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours (McIntyre 2017; Wiblin 2017; Todd & Lempel 2018) and on the Effective Altruism Forum (Gertler 2019).

Surveys of Leaders Forum attendees have been run at each Leaders Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours (McIntyre 2017; Wiblin 2017; Todd & Lempel 2018) and on the Effective Altruism Forum (Gertler 2019).

The Leaders Forum is an annual event for a few dozen core members of the effective altruism community, run by the Centre for Effective Altruism. The event seeks to improve coordination among thought leaders, organization and community leaders, and major donors by building relationships, hosting strategy discussions, and collaborating on various projects.

In 2020, the Leaders Forum was replaced by the Virtual Coordination Forum (Dalton 2020).

Leaders Forum survey

Surveys of attendees have been run at each Leaders Forum event. Results and analyses of some of these surveys have been published by 80,000 Hours (McIntyre 2017; Wiblin 2017; Todd & Lempel 2018) and on the Effective Altruism Forum (Gertler 2019).

Bibliography

Dalton, Max (2020) CEA’s 2020 Annual Review, Effective Altruism Forum, December 10.

Gertler, Aaron (2019) EA Leaders Forum: Survey on EA priorities (data and analysis), Effective Altruism Forum, November 11.

McIntyre, Peter (2017) What skills are effective altruist organisations short of? Results from our survey., 80,000 Hours, March 19.

Todd, Benjamin & Howie Lempel (2018) What skills and experience are most needed in professional effective altruism in 2018? – 80,000 Hours leaders survey, 80,000 Hours, October 8.

Wiblin, Robert (2017) What are the most important talent gaps in the effective altruism community?, 80,000 Hours, November 3.

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