We’re on the road next month for one of our most popular offerings, a 3-day training in using Strategic Doing. Strategic Doing 301: Leading Complex Collaborations will give you practical tools you need to begin and maintain conversations that lead to transformation in organizations, communities or regions. You can attend as a regular participant for the training, or complete a post-training “practicum” with professional coaching to become a Certified Workshop Leader.
For this training, we’re partnering with the Strategic Doing team at Howard University. We’re also scheduling this one a bit differently than usual to better accommodate work schedules: we’ll begin on Thursday afternoon (March 9), and run through early Saturday afternoon (March 11) in time to catch planes, trains or automobiles home.
Join us and see why Strategic Doing is becoming a go-to process for tackling “wicked” problems.
Liz shepherds the expansion of the Lab’s programming and partnerships with other universities interested in deploying agile strategy tools. A co-author of Strategic Doing: 10 Skills for Agile Leadership, she also focuses on the development and growth of innovation and STEM education ecosystems, new tool development, and teaching Strategic Doing.