Strategic Doing 301: Leading Complex Collaborations
March 25 @ 9:00 am - March 27 @ 2:00 pm
Escape the winter chill and join our newest affiliate in Las Cruces, New Mexico! In this 2.5 day training, you’ll learn everything you need to know to begin thinking differently about collaboration, how to help groups have different – and more productive – kinds of conversations, and how to make sure that conversation turns into action.
We use a simulation for the first two days of the training – you’ll be learning Strategic Doing by doing it – as well as plenty of time for unpacking why it works so you can make it your own. On the last half-day, you’ll have time to consider how to start using Strategic Doing to approach your own challenges, and get assistance from the instructors as well as your peers. Participants receive the ~120-page Field Guide as well as access to an online library of resources.
You’ll be a Strategic Doing “practitioner” after this training, able to lead a group in tackling collaborative undertaking using Strategic Doing. You can follow up the training by completing the requirements to become a Certified Workshop Leader. Certification involves documenting an implementation of your new skills and creating a portfolio of documents about the experience. You’ll be able to access an experienced “coach” to help you get your new approach off the ground successfully. Certified Workshop Leaders are listed in the Strategic Doing website’s directory, and have access to a broader range of library resources to help them in their work.