EC1 - Environmental Collaboration: Principles for Collaborative Decision-Making (EC1)

OQA


Description

This three module interactive course will focus on the cores skills, concepts and principles you will need to be an effective participant in Environmental Collaboration, as a leader, facilitator, professional, scientist, or community stakeholder. The skills and knowledge in this series are transferable to many fields. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to identify key factors in the collaborative decision making process that increase the likelihood of a good outcome. You’ll learn critical communication skills; be able to move beyond positions to interests; and better understand the core principles of Interest-based Negotiation – or IBN.

Content
  • Module 1: Introduction
  • 1.1 Module Introduction
  • 1.2 Cost of Poorly Managed Decisions
  • 1.3 Example When Process Works - St.Croix Crossing
  • 1.4 Influencing Decisions - Part 1
  • 1.5 Alternatives for Influencing Decisions
  • 1.6 Influencing Decisions - Part 2
  • 1.7 Introduction to Environmental Collaboration
  • 1.8 Opportunity to Collaborate - Introductions
  • Module 2: Principles
  • 2.1 Module Introduction
  • 2.2-Fundamentals of Collaborative Decision-Making
  • 2.3 Foundations
  • 2.4 GAME - Win as Much as You Can
  • 2.5 Impact of Culture
  • 2.6 Cultural Awareness of Yourself and Others
  • 2.7 Conflict Styles
  • 2.8 DISCUSSION - Conflict Styles
  • 2.9 Communication Skills
  • 2.10 Core Concepts
  • 2.11 Assess Suitability
  • 2.12 DISCUSSION - Example of Environmental Collaboration
  • Module 3: Practice and Completion
  • 3.1 Module Introduction
  • 3.2 Lamp Post Controversy
  • 3.3 Wind Farm Location
  • 3.4 Course Completion Project Instructions
  • 3.5 Submit Course Completion Project
  • 3.6 Course Completion
  • EC1-Satisfaction Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever