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When: January 16th @ 10am-11:30am

Format: Online workshop via Zoom

Topic: Facilitating meaningful engagement with stakeholders: A Human Positive and Complexity Conscious Approach

About the session: In this collaborative session, we explore and practice a few simple Liberating Structures methods to elevate our stakeholder engagement skill. 

Stakeholder engagement is a core skill and key activity in change management. When done well it can enhance relationships, collaboration, and trust. However, doing it in a meaningful, fair and simple way can be tough.  Join us to:

 - Establish conditions for stakeholder engagement

 - Explore opportunities and challenges to stakeholder engagement

 - Practice engagement methods that encourage participation, dialogue, and action.

Audience: This session is open to all faculty and staff.  It will be of particular interest to those supporting, leading or managing change projects or initiatives. 

Facilitators:  Barish Golland and Lindsay McDonald

A UBC change and transition community of practice hosted workshop

 

Keywords: CEMT; Change Management; OCM; Liberating Structures; Stakeholder Engagement

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