How to Successfully Collaborate in Government: A Crash Course
Free 5 Day Online Crash Course | Register by 22 November
Whether it’s climate change, healthcare or criminal justice, the biggest policy challenges cross over multiple jurisdictions and require public servants to collaborate to get things done. When done successfully, collaboration is one of the most effective ways to cut costs, save time and improve policy outcomes.
That’s why we’ve created this bite-sized, 5-day crash course. We’ll walk you through practical ways to build the skills necessary for being a better collaborator, from relationship-building to communication to creative problem-solving.
Who should register?
This crash course in collaboration is designed for policymakers who work on problems which affect multiple teams, agencies or departments.
What you’ll learn:
- Practical techniques for being a more effective collaborator
- Examples of successful multi-agency collaboration projects
- How to apply lessons from case studies to any project
We’ll send you:
- Emails with bite-sized activities or articles, each taking 15 minutes or less, for 5 days
- Case studies of powerful collaborations in Austria, the United States, Wales and more
- Resource lists, interactive worksheets and quizzes to take your learning further
You can complete as many or as few as you like, and you’ll have opportunities to connect with peers and experts who are applying these concepts in government.
Open to all participants from the public service, civil society, and academia. If you are not yet a member of Apolitical, you will be taken to a signup page that will automatically register you for the boot camp.