Better Together: Partnering for Effective Land Conservation and Management
Doyle Community Park & Center
Creating and sustaining successful partnerships can be challenging, but can also have a range of benefits, from leveraging impact to creating lasting professional relationships. At this one-dayworkshop, trainers from the Consensus Building Institute will teach relevant strategies and best practices for managing and engaging in successful partnerships, based on real-life examples, situations, and experiences.
Participants will gain an understanding of, and framework for, when to partner and with whom; negotiating objectives and strategies; clarifying roles and responsibilities; and preventing surprises and setbacks from derailing the partnership and effort.
The workshop will include lectures, group discussions, and interactive activities designed to provide participants with a framework for effective partnering. Note: this is not a workshop on the technical aspects of land protection, stewardship, or conservation restrictions.
Trainers: - Ona Ferguson, Senior Associate, Consensus Building Institute - Elizabeth Fierman, Associate, Consensus Building Institute
Cost: $35 per person; BYO lunch To Register: Contact email@example.com, 978.840.4446 x1905. Space is limited. The registration deadline is 5/1/2012.
Co-sponsors: Consensus Building Institute, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and The Trustees of Reservations' Putnam Conservation Institute.
Time: 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM