Managing by Network
2017 Course Notebook
Welcome to Managing by Network!
Find the roster of participants, instructor presentations, links to instructional videos, and additional resources. These course materials will help you dig deeper, as you apply your knowledge and skills to partnerships and community collaboration.
Session 5: March 1 or 2 - Cast A Wide Net
The Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program: Community-Based Solutions with Kevin Connally, 28 mins
Partnership Network Life-Cycle (CC) with Liz Madison, 8 mins
Instructors: Liz Madison, Anne Desmarais and Kevin Connally, Fish and Wildlife Biologist, Washington Fish and Wildlife Office, Conservation and Habitat Planning, USFWS
1. Welcome - Anne Desmarais, 5 mins
2. Community Collaboration and the Edwards Aquifer – Kevin Connally and Anne Desmarais, 45 mins
3. Stretch Break - 5 mins
4. Partnership Network Life Cycle – Liz Madison, 40 mins
5. Succession Planning Practices – Anne Desmarais, 20 mins
- Succession Planning Practices.pdf
- BLM Partnership Succession Plan.pdf
- Forest Service Handover Memo.pdf
6. Aha Moment & Reflections - 5 mins
On the Horizon:
Session 6: March 8 or 9 - See the Possibilities
Instructors: Liz Madison, Anne Desmarais and Managing by Network Alumni
- Launching the 2017 Case Study Program
- Peer to Peer Presentations: Alumni Case Studies
o ALPHA: John Titre, USFS, District Staff Officer, Wilderness, Trails, Recreation, Lands & Special Uses, Coronado National Forest, AZ, Class of 2015.
o BETA: Leslie Wolff, NOAA, Hydrologist, NOAA Fisheries California Coastal Office, CA, MbN Class of 2016.
o GAMMA: Jane Farmer, NPS, Park Ranger, Interpretation, Natchez Trace Parkway, MS, MbN Class of 2016.
o DELTA: Miles Meyer, Supervisory Biologist, Everglades South Team, South Florida Ecological Services Office, USFWS, FL, MbN Class of 2015.
- Assessing Partnerships
MBN 2017 Course Notebook
Presentations: The Iceberg Concept of Culture.pdf America's Great Outdoors Initiative.pdf Assess Your Partner Cultural Awareness.pdf Malheur Refuge Occupation Ends Peacefully_Dan Ashe Director USFWS.pdf Active Listening.pdf Leveraging Partnerships Discussion.pdf Video...
Presentations Think Like a Social Scientist – Christine Browne-Nunez.pdf Tools of Engagement A Toolkit for Engaging People in Conservation.pdf Collaborative Leadership Strategies.pdf Practioners Guide to Partnerships.pdf Video Assignments Three Elements of Collaborative Leadership...
Guest Speakers: Agency Perspectives on Partnership and Community Collaboration Alpha Group: Steve Guertin, Deputy Director for Policy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Partnership Overview.pdf Beta Group: Trevor Needham, National Partnerships Program Lead, Division of Education,...
Presentations: Rules of Engagement.pdf Virtual Campus Tour.pdf MBN - How to Join a Webinar.pdf Managing by Network_discussion.pdf Managing by Network snapshot.pdf Video Assignments: What is Managing by Network? Instructors: Liz Madison Anne Desmarais Jane Hanson
Presentations: Managing by Network - How to Join a Webinar.pdf Additional Resources: Download the WebEx Mobile app (for tablets and mobile devices) Academy Classroom Hosts: Anne Desmarais Jane Hanson Presentations: Tech Test Presentation.pdf Additional...
MBN 2017 Study Hall
Managing by Network Learning Objectives
Applying knowledge and skills learned in this course, participants will be able to:
- create or strengthen an internal and external network of individuals and organizations to advance the mission of the agency;
- build trust with external partners using collaborative leadership, partnership leverage and partner cultural awareness;
- sustain partnership accountability using external awareness and communication skills including collaboration, conflict management, facilitation, persuasion and negotiation;
- develop, monitor and evaluate formal partnership agreements and projects that rely on a mix of federal and nonfederal funding, and
- identify and apply agency policies and practices related to partner fundraising and donation activities.
as of 2/23/2017
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- Review session materials posted here: pre-webinar videos, presentations, activities or resources;
- Invite a colleague to sit in for you, and debrief later; and
- Follow up with a peer in the class, or with the instructors, if you have questions or would like to discuss what we covered in class.
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MbN How to Join a Webinar (PDF) - updated!