The Step UP! Bystander Intervention leadership program is now partnering with the Waters Center. For anyone who wants to make more meaningful connections, have a better understanding of systems, shape cultures and build communities, THIS TRAINING IS FOR YOU!
Date: Tuesday, September 10th, 2019
Time: 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Location: McKale Center, University of Arizona, Tucson
Leading as a Systems Thinker: Step Up to Meaningful Change
Systems Thinking is a powerful approach for individuals responsible for guiding
positive system change. Systems thinkers utilize strategies and tools to develop
a clear and deep understanding of the interconnected parts that produce
system behavior. This informed understanding leads to the identification of
practical leverage actions that help produce transformative outcomes.
The habits, concepts and tools of systems thinking support decision-making and
problem-solving development and assist university students in developing the
critical thinking skills needed to create positive social change.
This highly interactive, 3-hour workshop will be facilitated by leaders of the
Waters Center for Systems Thinking, an internationally recognized organization
dedicated to systems thinking capacity building.
In this workshop, you will:
team, department and university work.
supporting student leadership development and systems change efforts.
that contributes to positive social change.
Space is limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Sept. 5th if you are interested in attending.