Topic “Organizational”

Resources related to the organizational needs of a Transition Initiative

Transition as a Pattern Language

The Transition model has always been a work-in-progress.  Resilience and adaptability go hand-in-hand.  With the second version of the Transition Handbook, Rob Hopkins will be proposing a new approach to Transition based on an old concept called Pattern Language.  Rob puts it best, "It is modelled on Christopher Alexander’s Pattern Language model, and moves away from the more linear approach embodied in the ’12 Steps of Transition’ model. ‘A Pattern Language’ was published in 1977, and was, in my opinion, a work of great genius.

Common Challenges: How the Transition Process Helps Build Community Resilience

Location:
Webinar (Free)
Date: 
Thursday, June 10, 2010 - 10:00am - 11:00am

Note: Times for all Transition US virtual events are Pacific Time.

Getting Started: How to Launch a Transition Initiative

Location:
Webinar (Free)
Date: 
Wednesday, May 19, 2010 - 10:00am - 11:00am

Note: Times for all Transition US virtual events are Pacific Time.

Governance Toolkit

This toolbox includes information and tips on:

Creating Funding and Resources for Transition Initiatives

Location:
Webinar (Free)
Date: 
Wednesday, May 12, 2010 - 4:00am - 5:00am

Note: Times for all Transition US virtual events are Pacific Time.

Join Kit Miller and others in the transition network to explore how to create resources for transition projects.  we will discuss different kinds of contribution people make to work they care about (wealth, work, wisdom) and also think together about ways to move beyond cash in creating and sustaining projects.

Presenters: 

Transition Monthly Tele-Salon

Location:
Conference Call (Free)
Date: 
Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

This monthly conference call (aka Tele-Salon) is being offered specifically for active Initiating, Core, and Working Group members.

Open Conversation with Transition Network Co-Founders

Location:
Conference Call (Free)
Date: 
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 - 2:00am

Peter Lipman and Ben Brangwyn, co-founders of Transition Network with Rob Hopkins, will talk about - and answer questions about - transition's current developments, opportunities and issues from both a UK and global perspective. Transition is taking different forms in different national locales, and there are lessons to be learnt from their successes and failures. In addition, they'll look at the social, political and ecological angles of our current predicaments and talk about specific groups, activities and projects that are rising to the challenge.

Presenters: 

Lessons From Sandpoint (Part 1) - Initiating Groups, Building Partnerships, Raising Awareness

Location:
Online (Free)
Date: 
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 4:00pm

Whether you're already engaged in a Transition Initiative in your community or are considering launching one, this interactive webinar is designed to give you some practical guidance and inspiration, drawn from the experience of local initiatives across the country (and beyond). Here's where you can get your questions answered and share your concerns, and get feedback from other leaders in the Transition movement.

Building Partnerships and Coalitions with Existing Groups

Location:
Online (Free)
Date: 
Tuesday, December 15, 2009 - 4:00pm

The early stages of Transition are focused on building relationships and laying a foundation of partnerships.  Doing these stages well will bring much greater success, and catalyze a more creative process in your community.

Working Groups Webinar

Location:
Online (Free)
Date: 
Tuesday, December 1, 2009 - 4:00pm
In this webinar we will discuss the function of Working Groups (to support the local transition mission), the formation of the groups (that will reflect the commitment of participants to address local issues) and the expansion of the groups (to encompass like-minded groups already working in the community). Presented by Karen Lanphear (Transition Trainer and member of Transition Sandpoint, ID), Tina Clark (Transition Trainer from Massachusetts.) and Shaktari Belew (Transition Trainer and member of Transition Ashland) will share their experiences in Transition and coalition building.
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