Training explores systemic drivers of conflict and builds skills towards collaboration in the spirit of courage, comfort, and curiosity. Participants reflect on personal challenges, interpersonal dynamics, and systemic structures through activities and games that offer a new way to look at old patterns.
Course provides experience applying data and technical knowledge to develop policy and management solutions for real-world marine and coastal problems and communicating those solutions to the public and policymakers.
Workshop builds capacity to engage a group of people and enable them to think together. Central to this ability is the skill of being able to ask questions to understand context: landscape, problem framing, future scenarios.
- Learn frameworks and models for effective inquiry
- Practice designing questions and interviewing
- Develop the art of reciprocity and relationship-building
Part of a science communication series that focuses on delivering messages clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences. This workshop uses the Message Box approach to help participants frame their narratives and prepare one-pagers on community projects.
Part of a science communication series that focuses on delivering messages clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences. This workshop provides principles for presenting ideas and research in a clear, concise, and accurate matter. After an initial presentation, trainees work to revise a past presentation, and provide peer-to-peer feedback.
Workshop helps participants explore dimensions of risk and risk assessment and how this is used to make decisions in project management, environmental assessments, and other situations