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Constructive Collaboration: Driving Performance in Teams, Organizations and Partnerships  August 27, 2019 – 05:44 pm
An actionable plan for growing

“In addition to having outstanding faculty, the reading material, applied learning, and the diversity of the participants all contributed to a rich experience.”
Director, Office of Change Management, Northwestern University

“Excellent faculty and choice of exercises to gain experience collaborating between individuals, teams, departments and organizations. [I] was able to implement the learning immediately into my work.”
Assistant Director, Human resources, Chicago Cubs, Greater Chicago Area

“The tools I [took with me from Constructive Collaboration] have been among the most useful of all of my executive education [programs]. Unhealthy alliances that were draining profitability from my company have fallen apart. The workplace culture has improved; new collaborations have been established that are culminating with the addition of a [multi] million dollar managed services agreement [that] represents an amount of growth that was simply not possible while I was struggling to deal with the coalition of professional adversaries I had encountered. Thank you for the tools the [program] provided, which allowed me to more effectively understand what I was dealing with and how to form good collaborations of my own to counter it.”

Source: www.kellogg.northwestern.edu

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