Businesses, Charity and Government are all becoming increasingly conscious of the importance of partnership working. The economic crisis and the rise of digital media have encouraged different agencies to act in a co-ordinated way on a wide range of projects, rather than risk being seen to duplicate effort.
While this can be a huge benefit, partnership working has some real pitfalls for the unwary, and many benefits that can be accessed by those alert to the opportunities. All our courses help those either engaged in or considering partnership work of any kind to make sure that both they and the partner agency get the best out of the project.
These are some of the topics we may include in a Partnership working training course:
- What is partnership and why do we need it
- Building the foundations for a successful partnership
- Choosing your style of partnership working
- Creating a strategic vision for your partnership
- Mapping the partnership environment
- Avoiding the partnership pitfalls
- The leadership challenges of partnership
- Managing objectives and monitoring progress
- Developing effective communication between partners
- Building inter-organisational teams
- Using joint leadership to guide co-operation
- Recognising success in partnership working
How to plan your course
Identify three key areas which you want your workshop to focus on. These may include the topics above – or you may want to include other topics. Contact us by email or phone (details below) and we will work with you to design a workshop which will meet your team members’ needs.
Using your ideas and examples drawn from the participants’ experience, we will write and deliver a workshop to your precise requirements.
The Midas Approach
We tailor the content of every individual workshop to best fit the skill level and needs of the participants.
All of our workshops are highly interactive, and give the participants lots of opportunities to put theories into practice. Our highly experienced trainers will pass on the tips which will help your staff members succeed.