Workshops with Community Design Partners
We offer a variety of values-driven learning experiences to help schools and organizations build capacity for more equitable, sustained, and system-focused change. Attend live Zoom sessions that include interactive learning, application, and reflection.
Is your organization expanding opportunities for youth to partner with adults? Do you want to cultivate spaces where youth and adults can drive systems change? This free one-hour webinar will dive into what it really means to build trust between and among youth and adults.
Learn three ideas to help build trust: care, truth, and hope
Explore case studies of how teams of youth and adults built trust while working together on system change
Experience and explore specific practices and protocols to create these spaces
Empathy interviews are a human-centered method to hear stories and experiences from the people most impacted by systems in order to better solve problems. It is critical that team members embody the values and mindsets that are foundational to the practice as well as understand the logistics to carry them out.
Have a problem to solve? Want to engage your team in working together to find a solution? Consider a Design Sprint! Grounded in the stories and experiences of those closest to the problem, Design Sprints offer the opportunity to truly understand a problem and co-create solutions.
Here are just a few ways our team can help yours:
Curate a well-facilitated, collaborative time to explore, design, build, and test solutions to real problems.
Improve systems in your organization.
Solve problems with - rather than for - the community.
Increase equity of voice, attend to power dynamics, and think outside the box.
Learn more about CDP’s in-person and virtual design sprints for groups of 6-100 people here.
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Introduction to Human-centered Continuous Improvement
Driver Diagram Essentials
Interested in a customized workshop for your team or context? We’d love to connect.