Workshop: How to Initiate and Sustain Collaborative Relationships

  • Cove 1990 K Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20006 United States

Join Kimberley Jutze, Chief Change Architect / Founder of Shifting Patterns Consulting, who will lead a small group at this workshop in understanding how to initiate and sustain collaborative relationships. 

Many change-maker leaders are struggling to accelerate social progress. They are unsure how to navigate the tension between building a movement that has a broad enough purpose to attract and unify a large following, yet allow for active participation by addressing specific needs for connection and engagement. Does this sound familiar? If the answer is yes, and if you work at a social enterprise accelerator or with a movement that drives positive social, economic, and environmental change, then this workshop is for you. 

Kimberley Jutze founded Shifting Patterns to support changemakers in addressing a critical challenge that is often overlooked in our community -- relationship building. When it comes to collaboration, we're often so focused on achieving the goals we've set that we tend to forget about taking the time to get to know the people we're working with and building the relationships needed to work well together. Supporting the development of collaborative relationships that advance social progress is where Shifting Patterns comes in.

The workshop will be limited to 25 participants, so please order your tickets soon! 

Snacks and time to network will be provided before and after the event. 

For a more detailed description and to register for the event, please visit the Eventbrite page.