@OlinCollege and @BigBeacon are pleased to announce the short course Facilitating Change that Sticks, 9-11 June 2015 (Tues-Thurs) at Franklin W. Olin College.
This three-day workshop develops participant skills and strategies for creating change that “sticks.” In particular, we dive into a set of personal and organizational skills that will help participants develop both personally and professionally as effective change agents:
- Developing coaching & negotiation skills, including noticing, listening, and questioning and 3 critical negotiation distinctions
- Design and use of language in change processes, including sticky language, 5 speech acts, and the art and science of narrative analysis and design
- Understanding and applying integrated change & culture change models, including those of Kotter and the Heath brothers. The course also introduces and demonstrates application of the Big Beacon Change Model (BBCM) for effective engineering education transformation.
- Leading from any chair, leading change both with and without title, authority, and responsibility.
- Designing and implementing innovation structures within existing institutions, including incubators, respectful structured spaces, and change artifacts.
- Using collaborative design process and facilitation as a change mechanism.
- Understanding effectuation versus normal (causal) modes of planning for effective action when uncertainties are high.
- Building and using culture and community to sustain change.
Through provocative readings, transformative experiential activities, and lively discussions we develop crucial frameworks for thinking about change, increase participants’ hands-on skills thereby enabling participants to return home as qualified change agents, and increase participants capability to be reflective and supportive in their teaching practice and their change leadership efforts.
More information is available at the link here or write firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.