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No powerpoint. Just engagement and collaboration.
Understand any organization
Years of research in complex fields distilled into an applicable set of principles and toolkits. This workshop will allow you to understand any organization and put in place the work to improve it.
Collaboratively improve a system
A series of ideas and techniques to collaboratively improve a system.
* So many tools to use!
* Ways to influence/work with people
* Not about Agile or Scrum 🙂
This workshop teaches a framework for change and gives you experience in using that framework to solve real problems in real organizations.
It’s great if you’re feeling like you’re stuck. The class gives you some tools to look at a problem in different ways that lead to new insights and a confidence that there are things you can do to be useful.
Instruction on tools that can be used to help teams and others throughout the organization see the big picture more clearly and how things affect the big picture.
Engage in systems thinking
An opportunity to learn and experience practices and methods in systems thinking.
A very intense two days, from which you will come away with new tools & insights you can apply in the real world to coach beyond the team.
Taking a systems view to complex organization problems (without going to crazy).
Coaching Beyond the Team was amazing! Esther and Don gave real experiences and tools that are immediately relevant and valuable.
Shift your organization postively
Process of learning how to engage problems in a way consistent with your values and shift your organization positively.
One of the best workshops
The knowledge that I gained from the three day workshop … I can’t even imagine how i would have learned any of this without Don and Esther. It was one of the best workshops I’ve been to.
It was such an intimate setting and a great collaborative learning experience.
Adjust after you understand
Learn a process framework for analyzing a problem, the players, and the factors that describe the context. Then you can consider how you might experiment with adjusting the system after you understand it.