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Event Name:A CREATIVE MODEL AND TOOLS FOR COACHING A CLIENT FROM STRATEGIC PLANNING TO IMPLEMENTATION
Description:When we work with teams, we need to assess their current conditions, help them set goals for change and position them for success.  Strategy Matters has developed a framework for working with three phases of intervention: assessment, goal-setting, and implementation strategies.  In this workshop, Liz O’Connor will share Strategy Matters’ model and tools, and the theory behind the selection of the appropriate tool or model.   
Event Date:4/10/2019
Event Time:9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern
Location:Walker Center
144 Hancock St., corner of Grove St.
Auburndale , MA 02466
UNITED STATES

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Details:When we work with teams, we need to assess their current conditions, help them set goals for change and position them for success.  Strategy Matters has developed a framework for working with three phases of intervention: assessment, goal-setting, and implementation strategies.  Each phase has specific tools which can be tailored for use depending on client needs, challenges, budgets and concerns.  It’s important to know which tools to use in different cases, and the criteria for selecting the right tool.  In this workshop, Liz O’Connor will share Strategy Matters’ model and tools, and the theory behind the selection of the appropriate tool or model.  She will use real examples from her client work with private companies, government agencies, and large nonprofits to make this come alive. 

Takeaways

  • Learn a framework for considering the three phases of intervention:  assessment, goal-setting, and implementation
  • Learn a model and a few tools to use within each phase of your consulting
  • Gain awareness of your decision making process in selecting the right tool or model.
Presenter Bio
Liz O’Connor is the founder and principal of Strategy Matters, a consulting firm founded in 2000 that supports organizations tackling complex societal challenges.  She creates customized processes to help businesses, nonprofits, government agencies, collaboratives and public private partnerships address their most pressing challenges and identify high-impact solutions.  Liz appreciates the opportunities embedded in conflict, and helps clients turn friction and difficulty into pathways to stronger teams. 
 
Prior to founding Strategy Matters, Liz was the Deputy Director of the Office of Strategic Planning at the Boston Police Department.  She worked with senior police leaders and district commanders to design, fund, and implement innovative practices and community-based policing innovations.  Her work included the strategic planning process that engaged over 400 Boston residents and resulted in great reductions in crime citywide.  She leveraged relationships with business leaders, philanthropists, and government officials to secure support and resources for community partners working to prevent and reduce crime in Boston neighborhoods. 
 
Liz holds a MA in Philosophy from the University of Washington and a BA in Philosophy and Political Science from Mount Holyoke College.
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