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RBF 101

RBF 101 introduces participants to the RBF skill set and allows them to test the approach through hands-on exercises and meeting enactments. The 2-day workshop will be preceded by a series of three, one-hour virtual sessions.

Space for this opportunity is limited to 20 participants. All participants who complete the training will receive a certificate.

Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. When the workshop is full, registrants will be added to the waitlist.

RBF 201

Completion of RBF 101 is required prior to participating in RBF 201. RBF 201 is a 2-day workshop that follows our introductory course. Participants can expect to leave the workshop with the ability to:

  • Contribute more effectively to solutions
  • Work better with others
  • Hold themselves and others accountable for taking action
  • Be more disciplined and have the necessary perspective to work through the toughest challenges in workplaces and communities

Space for this opportunity is limited to 20 participants.

Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. When the workshop is full, registrants will be added to the waitlist.

Recurring

CLI 101

This 90-minute workshop is designed for team members across all levels who are interested in understanding the fundamentals of continuous learning & improvement. Participants can expect to leave the workshop with the ability to:

  • Understand the value CLI can bring to an organization and to a community.
  • Identify key components of the CLI cycle.
  • Learn the basic data tools and processes needed for continuous learning & improvement.

CLI 201

Completion of CLI 101 is required prior to participating in CLI 201. This 3.5-hour workshop helps move participants from understanding the CLI process to knowing how to use relevant tools to properly integrate CLI into their organization. Participants can expect to leave the workshop with the ability to:

  • Understand key tools that support each step of the CLI cycle.
  • Know how to adapt the process to real problems your organization is facing.
  • Become familiar with how data is used to identify and refine a problem, as well as to test and assess interventions.