Webinar: White Supremacy Culture and Systems Change
June 1, 2021 | Cost: Donations appreciated
20 years ago, Tema Okun wrote the article, "White Supremacy Culture Characteristics,” an article deeply informed by her relationships with many genius teachers and colleagues. Join Tema, CoCreative, the Academy for Systems Change, and special guests from around the country to learn more about white supremacy culture, discuss how it's shifted in the last 20 years, and explore implications for our work in complex systems change.
Virtual Course: Introduction to Collaborative Innovation
September 14, 16 and 21, 2021 | Cost: $400 per person
In three 3-hour virtual sessions, we'll help you build your capacity to lead multi-stakeholder collaboration to help groups Connect, Align, Learn, and Make what they need to effect systemic change.
This course is designed for changemakers, leaders, facilitators, collective impact backbone staff, and consultants who are working on vexing problems that can only be addressed using a collaborative approach.
We’ll introduce the key elements of Collaborative Innovation--a process model and an integrated set of concrete tools to effectively lead powerful change with multi-stakeholder, multi-sector collaborations.
October 12, 14, 19 and 21, 2021 | Cost: $600 per person
This is our highly experiential workshop covering an integrative and powerful approach to leading collaboration. It focuses on the nuts-and-bolts planning, facilitation, and leadership practices to help diverse groups move from goal setting to advancing real work together, building engagement and momentum over time. We combine mini-lectures with applied facilitation in real situations, covering both virtual and in-person collaboration. We also use real facilitation challenges faced by participants to learn and apply methods for moving through conflict, confusion, and uncertainty in groups.
November 9, 15 and 17, 2021 | Cost: $550 per person
In three, 3-hour sessions, specially designed for funders and senior leaders, you’ll develop your unique role as a champion of systems change initiatives. It focuses on the unique pressures that sponsors of systems change work have to their internal stakeholders and to the change system they are helping to catalyze and support. In this course, we share stories and examples from actual systems change initiatives, both successful and unsuccessful, to help you more deeply understand the kind of commitment, clarity, and resourcing it takes to lead effective systems change.