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What is Managing by Network?
Take just 12 minutes to watch “What is Managing by Network?” and learn what is driving innovation in public agency operations today.
Liz Madison explains the four trends behind Managing by Network, taking a look at how Golden Gate National Recreation Area became the archetype of public lands stewardship for the 21st century. (photo courtesy of NPS)
How are your KSAs?
If you have an Individual Development Plan, we have a list of training that may appeal to you. Based on our 5 core Partnership and Community Collaboration Competencies, this list covers Partnership Management, Addressing Stakeholder Conflicts, Human Dimensions, and more. Our partners have provided these online and in person training recommendations for our community of practice.
Guest Instructor Spotlight
Natalie Sexton is Chief of the Human Dimensions branch of the National Wildlife Refuge System. As a guest instructor for Managing by Network in 2018, Natalie will share her understanding of how people fit into the conservation equation, and what we can do to influence changes in their attitudes and behaviors.
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Learn more about the competencies featured in Managing by Network
Managing by Network is cohosted by:
- Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
- BLM National Training Center and Division of Education, Interpretation and Partnerships
- USFS National Partnership Office
- USFWS National Conservation Training Center
- DOI Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution
The Academy's Spotlight Series webinars features federal programs and initiatives that highlight innovative ideas and partnerships.
Managing by Network podcasts now available in iTunes!