Boston Facilitators Roundtable - Event Information
COLLAB: AN INNOVATIVE RAPID CULTURE CHANGE TOOL
COLLAB is an innovative rapid culture change tool that equips you to identify and address collaboration-inhibiting power plays that happen in teams and groups. In this experiential workshop we will explore how you can use COLLAB processes to address challenges in your own, or your clients’, teams and organizations.
09:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern
William James College One Wells Avenue Newton, Ma 02459 UNITED STATES
COLLAB is an innovative rapid culture change tool that equips you to identify and address collaboration-inhibiting power plays that happen in teams and groups. A unique, research-based approach, COLLAB tools enable strengthened relationships, generating valuable team learning and breakthrough results.
In this experiential workshop we will explore how you can use COLLAB processes to address challenges in your own, or your clients’, teams and organizations. You will leave the session with the following:
Tools to recognize and address power plays in your teams and groups.
Insight into next-generation change management trends, methodologies and practices.
Practical processes to transform complaints into productive conversations and actionable outcomes.
Cecile Green is a visionary, entrepreneur, experiential philosopher, and farmer with a passion for assisting mission driven organizations achieve their visions. Cecile has participated in over a dozen organizational launches and built from the ground up four successful businesses. She holds a B.S. in Community Supported Agricultural Systems and has two and a half decade of experience in entrepreneurial environments.
As an innovator and creator of COLLAB, Cecile has been researching and experimenting with questions of power, systems of decision-making and efficient operations for over 20 years in both academic and experiential arenas. She provides training and facilitation in COLLAB to mission driven organizations from hospitals to colleges, and small business to nonprofits. Cecile is the author of the book “Collaboration that Works: A Ruthlessly Practical Handbook for a Generative World,” a training manual which summarizes her research and introduces these tools for practical application in organizations.
Cecile was raised in Istanbul Turkey for 10 years as a child where she learned French in an embassy school and spent hours exploring ancient ruins and the waters of the Aegean. In her spare time, she enjoys the wilds of Vermont, dancing, and building beautiful homes and gardens.
Jan Sage is a Learning Experience Designer who infuses learning with serious fun, personal storytelling, intense engagement and transformational results. She has been designing and delivering training for academic, corporate, and non-profit clients for 18 years on topics such as Onboarding, Career Planning and Leadership Development. She is a certified facilitator for Crucial Conversations, and has certifications in Instructional Systems Technology,Positive Organizational Development and COLLAB’s Level I Collaborative Leadership.