What can we do for you?
How strong is your foundation?
Interpersonal and group dynamics can affect the collaborative process in ways both small and large. Cate Bradley, MLA, Ph.D., explores pathways to success when developing a group’s vision, mission, goals and roles in Foundations for Strong Collaboration.
What ties us together?
Meet our Staff
Jeremiah Martinez is a 2012 alumnus of Managing by Network. He is also a video instructor on America's Great Outdoors. He is a Supervisory Natural Resource Specialist in Recreation for the US Forest Service at the Rio Grande National Forest.
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
- Foundations in Public Participation, Arlington, VA, February 6-10, 2017. Download the flier or register here.
- Habitat Conservation Planning for Endangered Species (CSP3117), Sacramento, CA, February 13-17, 2017. This course is open to federal and state agencies, as well as HCP applicants, consultants, or anyone developing or implementing HCPs under Section 10 of the Endangered Species Act. Register online at https://doilearn.doi.gov using DOILearn. Non-DOI participants can contact Brenda Hooper, 304/876-7449, Brenda_Hooper@fws.gov.
Community Based Social Marketing: Behavior Change Strategies That Work - Human Dimensions broadcast, November 17, 2016