How Government, Business, and Non-Governmental Leaders Transform Complex Challenges into New Possibilities
with Fred Krawchuk
The One Earth Future Foundation will host a panel discussion on how individuals and institutions can better structure collaborative work, to be held Tuesday, December 10 at 1777 F Street, NW, Washington DC from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon.
Today, the world’s most pressing problems require governance solutions that demand the input and action of multiple diverse actors because no one organization has all of the requisite knowledge, power, relationships, or resources to address complex issues that affect many stakeholders.
A conscious focus on how individuals and institutions can facilitate collaborative work is necessary to enhance improved relationships and effective problem-solving. Multi-stakeholder collaboration brings together the concerns of diverse actors including business, government, and civil society in order to form a collaborative network for action.
In concert with OEF, Fred Krawchuk, a highly decorated retired U.S. Army Special Forces Colonel, will lead a discussion on a practical framework for multi-stakeholder collaboration by exploring its five essential elements: Purpose, People, Place, Process, and Practice.
About Fred Krawchuk
OEF partnered with Fred Krawchuk to document and promote the 5P model of multi-stakeholder collaboration and his experiences using the techniques in intractable situations across the globe. Krawchuk is an Olmsted scholar, MacArthur Leadership Award winner, and recipient of the George C. Marshall Fellowship at the U.S. Department of State. Currently he is a visiting professor with IESE Business School in Spain, an adjunct policy analyst with RAND Corporation, and business consultant with Aperio International.
Ret. Colonel Krawchuk’s co-panelists include:
About The Institute for Generative Leadership
The mission of the Institute for Generative Leadership is to enable the development of leaders that will create a healthy future and a world in which everyone thrives, and where together people take care of what they care about. Generative leadership is based on the deepest and best elements of our humanity, including our capacities for committed action and care, and to create and realize meaningful possibilities. Generative leadership goes beyond conceptual learning to produce embodied skills that shift the actions and outcomes of organizations and communities.
1777 F Street, NW
Washington DC 20006
Doors open at 8:30 AM for coffee and light snacks. Discussion begins at 9 AM and will conclude at approximately noon. Seating is limited. Reservations with your name, title, and organization are appreciated but not required. If you have any questions, please contact Tracie Ware at One Earth Future Foundation by phone, 720.274. 8227, or by email.
Dates: Tuesday, December 10th, 2013