Managing by Network (MBN)

Become fluent in 22 professional competencies for partnership and community collaboration.
MBN is offered as a series of eighteen online seminars designed for Federal Employees. We meet every two weeks, from January to September. Applications for the class of 2017 open in October 2016. Sign up for the announcement at our home page.
 
Instructors: 
  • Liz Madison, Director, Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
  • Anne Desmarais, Assistant Director, Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
MBN is cohosted by BLM, USFWS, USFS, and DOI CADR.
  

Managing by Network: Spotlight Series

Broaden your awareness of opportunities for partnership and community collaboration. The Academy's Spotlight Series features federal programs and initiatives that highlight innovative ideas and partnerships. 

Instructors: Webinars are led by Guest Speakers from the Academy.

Spotlight Series webinars are a peer-learning component of Managing by Network and are open to all employees and partner representatives of Federal Agencies.

 

Landscap e Conservation Cooperatives Advanced Communications Training (LCC ACT)

 

Strengthen the professional skills you need to attract internal support, build trust and leverage partnerships.

LCC ACT is a six-part series of two hour webinars that focuses on the understanding and use of partner cultural awareness, partnership communication, collaboration, facilitation, persuasion and negotiation.

Instructors:

  • Liz Madison, Director, Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
  • Anne Desmarais, Assistant Director, Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
LCC ACT is presented by the USFWS, BLM NTC and the Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy.
 

 

Getting to the CORE of Conflict and Communications (GTC3)

Build your core knowledge, skills and abilities for managing and resolving conflict.

GTC3 is a three-part series of 90-minute webinars. Participants engage in presentations, interactive exercises and group discussion. Webinars are supported by a course workbook and instructional videos. GTC3 is offered by request. Contact us for more information.

Instructors:

  • Susan Goodwin, Program Coordinator, DOI Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution
  • Anne Desmarais, Assistant Director, Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
GTC3 is Cohosted by DOI Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution (CADR) and the Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy.

Human Dimensions Foundations of Natural Resources Conservation

This course provides an overview of  key concepts, methods and practical applications, historical context and "must have" tools for the natural resource professional's human dimensions toolobox.

The course is offered through Colorado State University's Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, in partnership with the USFWS National Conservation Training Center and the National Wildlife Refuge System Human Dimensions Branch. The Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy supports the course announcement and participates as a member of the instruction team.

This 3-day classroom course is offered once per year at the National Conservation Training Center, located in Shepherstown, WV. The next course is schedule for November 14-16, 2016.

      

Training by Design

We offer custom tailored webinar series, workshops and conference presentations. Topics include:
  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Collaboration
  • Communications
  • Conflict Management
  • Corporate Culture and Perspectives
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Foundation Culture and Perspectives
  • Evaluation
  • Facilitation
  • Fundraising and Donations Practices
  • Negotiation
  • Nonprofit Culture and Perspectives
  • Organizational Sustainability
  • Partner Cultural Awareness
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Partnerships and Federal Ethics Guidance
  • Partnerships
  • Public/Philanthropic Funding
  • Strategic, Financial and Philanthropic Planning

Contact us to discuss your training needs.
 

Public Domain and Copyright Materials

Instructional materials are the intellectual property of the presenter. Please contact the presenter directly to request permission to use these materials and a waiver or determination of a use and/or distribution fee.

Instructional material and  case studies  presented by federal employees are in the public domain.

Instructional and case study videos created in partnership with the BLM National Training Center are in the public domain.
 

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