San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
About this Event:
Consensus Building Institute (CBI) trainers are among the most experienced facilitators, dispute systems designers, and professional mediators in the world — and work with government agencies, businesses, and organizations in the United States and abroad. Drawing on extensive experience, CBI offers real-world examples of how their Mutual Gains Approach to negotiation can be applied to unique contexts – whether in the private sector, governments or civil society. This training will be customized to reflect the unique challenges you face.
CBI uses a combination of customized lectures, small-group discussions, videos, role-playing exercises, online tools, and clinics to allow participants to practice negotiation skills and get answers to their negotiation and stakeholder engagement questions.
WoWE and ELP are thrilled to host this special workshop and retreat featuring the skilled trainers of the Consensus Building Institute!
Full Registration: $500
Commuter Rate: $200 (for those that do not need local overnight accommodations)
We are also hoping to make some partial and full scholarships available for those that may need help covering the cost of registration - for more information please contact Jenna Ringelheim.
Regular Registration includes:
- 1 night of lodging (excluded for Commuters)
- 2 lunches
- 2 dinners
- 1 breakfast (Commuters can purchase for $6)
As noted above Full Registration currently includes lodging for Tuesday night only. If you are interested in coming in early on Monday night rooms are available for $80/night and can be reserved by calling Pendle Hill directly at 800-742-3150.
When & Where
Event Trainers: CBI, Event Hosts: WoWE and ELP
The Consensus Building Institute (CBI) is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1993 by leading practitioners and theory builders in the fields of negotiation and dispute resolution. We empower stakeholders — public and private, government and community — to resolve issues, reach better, more durable agreements and build stronger relationships. Our experts bring decades of experience brokering agreements and building collaboration in complex, high-stakes environments.
For more information check out www.cbuilding.org
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) promotes the education, professional development, and advancement of women to achieve a strong diversified workforce and support a robust renewable energy economy.
For more information check out www.womenofwindenergy.org
The mission of the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) is to support visionary, action-oriented, and diverse leadership for a just and sustainable future. ELP aims to catalyze change by providing emerging leaders with the support and guidance they need to launch new endeavors, achieve new successes, and rise to new leadership positions. Since 2000 we have created a dynamic network of 600 of the country’s top emerging environmental and social change leaders.
For more information check out www.elpnet.org