Collaborative Leadership for RCPs
Strengthen Your Ability to Lead and Collaborate
A Two-Day Leadership Development Opportunity
Offered by the RCP Network and Institute for Conservation Leadership
Addressing complex conservation goals often requires high levels of collaboration. As a leader of a Regional Conservation Partnership (RCP), you know well the opportunities and challenges of working together effectively at a landscape level and across political and organizational boundaries.
This leadership training will strengthen your ability to accomplish your RCP’s collaborative goals. Join with a small group of RCP leaders for a highly interactive learning opportunity to build your leadership skills. You will walk away with new insights, tools, and approaches to apply directly to your work, as well as with new peer relationships, to accelerate your ongoing learning and success. This workshop will strengthen your RCP, help you engage more community partners, and build strong collaborative partnerships that have a lasting impact. By the end of the session, RCP leadership teams will have:
1. Gained practical skills for collaborative leadership, and increased their self-awareness to act with intention and more strategically;
2. Built their leadership capacity to work more effectively with teams, partners, and volunteers; manage conflict; and work across differences;
3. Identified strategies for pursuing equity through community engagement;
4. Applied new skills and approaches to current challenges and opportunities; and
5. Strengthened relationships between RCP leaders and continued to develop the RCP Network.
WHEN: 4 p.m. Wednesday, September 18th through 3 p.m. Friday, September 20th, 2019
WHAT: Check out the Collaborative Leadership for RCPs Agenda .pdf.
WHERE: Harvard Forest, 324 N. Main Street, Petersham, MA
WHO: This opportunity is designed for RCPs that can send a team of 2-5 people to participate. There will be a maximum of 25 people for the entire training.
FACULTY: The training will be led by Dianne Russell, Institute for Conservation Leadership(ICL) President, and Peter Lane, ICL Consultant
COST: $50.00/per person. If your organization or RCP cannot accommodate this cost, please call Bill at 413-658-5308.
Overnight accommodations for the nights of Wednesday, September 18th, and Thursday, Sept. 19th will be at Harvard Forest.
APPLICATION: Space is limited, so apply early. Applications must be received by July 1, 2019. To apply, click here and fill out the online application completely. For more info, please contact Bill Labich RCP Network Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-658-5308