- San Francisco
How do you engage the power of diverse stakeholders without getting mired in indecision?
This Intensive Course will provide clear and practical tools to bridge silos both within and outside your organization using the ISIS Method (Indicators—Systems—Innovation—Strategy) developed by Alan AtKisson and used as part of the curriculum in the Presidio degree programs.
Every team, organization, and coalition has its own language, processes, and culture. This can create challenges in a world where diverse stakeholders come together to problem solve. Differences in values, priorities, and interests necessitate a common language and approach for effective communication and the ability to affect change.
The ISIS Method enables you develop and manage a shared vision in groups comprising both supportive and antagonistic stakeholders – while still respecting their different perspectives. The ISIS Method allows change agents to move organizations forward where collective processes sometimes stall.
These skills will equip your organization to:
Fast Company April Issue: The Great Tech War of 2012
Roberta Fernandez is a Senior Associate with the AtKisson Group and Lead Trainer for ISIS Academy USA. She holds a Sustainability Certification from the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and is a Certified Score and Spark Assessor. She was one of the first 50 volunteers to be selected and personally trained by Al Gore to present his acclaimed climate change message to the public, and helped train over 1,000 additional presenters in her role as Senior Mentor for the Climate Project. An entrepreneur for more than 25 years, Roberta’s vast experience in sales and management in the corporate world, and as a Certified Financial Planner for American Express, allow her to relate to the relevant needs and priorities of the business world.
Classes will be held at:
Presidio Graduate School
36 Lincoln Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94129
For more information, contact Ryan Cabinte, Faculty Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-655-8956.
*You’ll have to show up to find out what the Hula Hoop strategy exercise is!