Strategic Doing Practitioner’s Training: Leading Complex Collaborations – Texarkana—POSTPONED
March 31 @ 2:00 pm - April 2 @ 5:00 pm$1495.00
POSTPONED: PLEASE CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
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 those conversations turn into action.
We use a simulation – 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 a copy of the book: Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership (Wiley, 2019), a “Field Guide” workbook, and 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. After the training, make sure you get your new approach off the ground successfully by becoming a Certified Workshop Leader. Certification involves planning and carrying out an implementation of your new skills under the guidance of an experienced “coach,” gathering feedback, and creating a portfolio of documents about the experience. 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.
Registration for this course is limited, please email us if interested.