Managing by Network
Join us in 2017 to learn how to strengthen formal and informal partnerships and foster community stakeholder engagement.
A limited number of seats are still available.
Early bird applications closed November 15th.
Application and Supervisory approval deadline: January 6, 2016.
Supervisor approval is required for this course, as applicable.
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What can we do for you?
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)
What does your partnership do?
Meet the Instructor
Anne Desmarais is the Assistant Director and Peer Learning Coordinator for the Academy. Her expertise in facilitation fosters classroom discussion and peer learning in the Managing by Network course. As one of the lead instructors, Anne also works with participants in the Case Study Program.
We support a partnership training network.
Managing by Network is cohosted by:
- Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
- BLM National Training Center and National Partnership Office
- USFS National Partnership Office
- USFWS National Conservation Training Center
- DOI Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution
The Academy's Spotlight Series features federal programs and initiatives that highlight innovative ideas and partnerships.
Upcoming Training from the Academy and our Partners
Community Based Social Marketing: Behavior Change Strategies That Work - Human Dimensions broadcast, November 17, 2016