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Nine Steps of Collaboration with Craig Neal

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2016 CTT International Conference:
Craig Neal shares the nine steps of collaboration, including a case study of how the steps have been applied in government and relates to public engagement.

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Nine Steps of Collaboration with Craig Neal

  1. 1. 9 Steps to Collaboration: A Case Study of Government and Public Engagement From the Crucible to Authentic Conversation
  2. 2. 9 Steps to Collaboration: A Case Study of Government and Public Engagement From Crucibles to Authentic Conversation
  3. 3. 9 Steps to Collaboration: A Case Study of Government and Public Engagement From Crucibles to Authentic Conversation
  4. 4. 9 Steps to Collaboration: A Case Study of Government and Public Engagement From Crucibles to Authentic Conversation
  5. 5. 9 Steps to Collaboration: A Case Study of Government and Public Engagement Storyline  Uncovering the Crucible  Safe Space for Authentic Conversations  Convening Leaders  Technology of Relationships  The Utility in Transition  Tool for Collaborating  Results: Collaboration Culture Change for Transformation  Your Questions
  6. 6. 9 Steps to Collaboration March on Washington ~Photo by Paul Schutzer Uncovering the Crucible  Living life’s purpose
  7. 7. Uncovering the Crucible  The journey 9 Steps to Collaboration The Commune Years
  8. 8. 9 Steps to Collaboration Uncovering the Crucible  Key Influencers  Knowing values assisted me in creating space for essential conversation
  9. 9. 9 Steps to Collaboration Safe Space for Authentic Conversations  Difficult Conversations  Reflecting on US National politics, Donald Trump, ISIS, authoritarian regimes  Why can’t we all just get along? Rodney King  Practice for Convening Leaders in Essential Conversations
  10. 10. 9 Steps to Collaboration Convening Leaders 20 Years of Convening, Coaching and Consulting for Leaders Heartland Programs TLC Coaching |Consulting Art of Convening Training
  11. 11. 9 Steps to Collaboration Technology of Relationships  Convening as a tool  People show up more fully and present  Increasingly people want to take a deeper dive  Efficient stay on board Framework for the Technology of Relationships
  12. 12. 9 Steps to Collaboration The Utility in Transition  Review internal practices  Assess stakeholder relations  How can I get them to stop yelling at me?  Transition STEM culture to collaborative culture Create Resonance Build Trust and Transparency Convening Skills Collaborate Mentor Colleagues Organizational Mandate to Incorporate Collaboration  Look for systemic solutions  A General Manager’s vision
  13. 13. Result: Collaboration Culture Change for System-Wide Transformation Initiate Collaboration Culture Change Art of Convening Training -Cohort 1 Embed Collaboration Practices Art of Convening Training -Cohort 2 Expand Collaboration Capacities Art of Convening Training -Cohort 3 Peer-to-Peer Training 9 Steps to Collaboration The Utility in Transition, Cont. Tools Needed to Sustain the Initiative
  14. 14. 9 Steps to Collaboration Tool for Collaborating
  15. 15. 9 Steps to Collaboration Results: Collaboration Culture Change for Transformation • What did we all learn? • From STEM mindset to Collaboration Network • They have developed new muscles. • A Culture Change rative Network Meeting Innovative Outcomes Participation Engagement w n ng s s- d se Actively Learning Collaborative Network Meeting
  16. 16. 9 Steps to Collaboration Results: Collaboration Culture Change for Transformation, Cont. “My division has been led by Heartland in our transition to become a collaborative partner with the many stakeholders that are essential to a one water future in our state and the effort to build upon and sustain our transformation to a collaborative culture. In contrast to other leadership training initiatives, their model and convening has been embraced by staff.” ~ General Manager, Utility in Transition
  17. 17. 9 Steps to Collaboration Your Questions  The Big “Q”  Breakout Question: What question are you left with regarding collaboration, that if you brought to action, could transform your life and serve those around you?
  18. 18. 9 Steps to Collaboration Contact Information Contact Craig Neal, Co-Founder Heartland, Inc. Minneapolis, Minnesota Craig@heartlandcircle.com 612-920-3039

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