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Strategic Doing Practitioner Training: Leading Complex Collaborations
April 19 @ 8:00 am - April 21 @ 5:00 pm$1475
Develop the skills to move from just talking into action – from picking the challenge needed to be addressed, all the way through implementation. Ideally suited if you want to collaborate effectively or to build a new network. These skills help lead collaborations quickly through new ways of thinking, behaving, and doing.
The authors of Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership show you how anyone – at any level of an organization – can make their work relationships and meetings more productive. Based on over two decades of experience with leaders tackling complex projects, these skills are now available to anyone willing to learn and practice them.
Each delivery method includes an interactive simulation where you practice the skills and have live feedback. You leave the course knowing how to use the skills with a team.
This 2.5 day in-person course includes engaged learning, interactive exercises, discussion sessions, and a simulation.
o Format: in-person
o Location: UNA East Campus – Florence, AL
o Prerequisite: none
o Course length: 2.5 days April 19 & 20 (9:00 – 4:30 CT) April 21 (9:00 – 12:00 CT)
o 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)
Course cancellations: Non-credit courses are subject to cancellation due to insufficient enrollment or other circumstances. The Center for Learning and Professional Development apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. In the event a course is cancelled, a registrant had the option of applying the fee to another course or receiving a full refund.