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Strategic Doing Practitioner Training: Leading Complex Collaborations – University of North Alabama
April 27, 2021 @ 9:00 am - April 29, 2021 @ 12:00 pm$1475
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Take part in 2.5 days of in-person engaged learning and join an active, national network of Strategic Doing practitioners. This course will help you design and implement the ten rules of Strategic Doing, an adaptable process that allows you to rapidly build complex collaborations and leverage them to move toward measurable outcomes, as you discover what works and build upon it. Expand your ability to lead in collaborative teams, including: identifying the right situations for using this new approach to strategy, guiding teams in finding and pursuing new opportunities, and designing and leading your own Strategic Doing sessions. Using Strategic Doing allows teams to find new opportunities and quickly take action.
- Format: in-person
- Location: (1640 Tune Ave. Florence, AL 35630)
- Prerequisite: none
- Course length: 2.5 days (April 27 & 28: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. April 29: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
- Credential: certificate documenting 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs); participants who have completed all assignments with 80% or higher grade are awarded an electronic credential or “badge” as a Strategic Doing “Practitioner”, for use on LinkedIn or other social media, and are eligible to enroll in the workshop leader certification course.
Lead Instructors: Mary Marshall VanSant and Doug Barrett, Strategic Doing Fellows. Learn more about the Fellow teaching corps. (Note: instructors are subject to change)
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