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DTSTAMP:20241009T111015Z
DESCRIPTION:The overarching goal of this workshop is to share three concept
ual frameworks and three facilitation tools to operationalize collaborativ
e leadership as iterative cycles of distributed sense making\, decision ma
king and action taking. Most cross-disciplinary science teams aspire to pr
actice collaborative leadership\, but lack systemic approaches to operatio
nalize this leadership style. This is especially challenging given that mo
st cross-disciplinary science teams are embedded in higher education insti
tutes where collaborative leadership is not the norm.\n\nThe specific obje
ctives and outcomes include:\n\n * Objective #1: Introduce three pitfalls c
ross-disciplinary science teams are prone to in practicing collaborative l
eadership \n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will understand the three pitfall
s\n * Outcome #2: Participants will relate to the three pitfalls from thei
r individual contexts\n * Outcome #3: Participants will crowdsource more p
itfalls and challenges in practicing collaborative leadership.\n\n * Object
ive #2: Introduce the Theory U\, Divergence-Convergence Diamond and Strate
gic Doing frameworks and related applications in team science leadership
\n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will understand the conceptual underpinning
s of the three frameworks\n * Outcome #2: Participants will relate these t
hree conceptual frameworks to the dynamics of sense making\, decision maki
ng and action taking in team science\n * Outcome #3: Participants will rel
ate the three conceptual frameworks to the three pitfalls.\n\n * Objective
#3: Introduce implications of the three conceptual frameworks \n\n * Outcom
e #1: Participants will be familiar with implications from the workshop in
structor’s team science practice\n * Outcome #2: Participants will be invi
ted to crowdsource implications and practices from their own contexts\n *
Outcome #3: Participants will understand a successful case study applying
concepts above.\n\n * Objective #4:Introduce three facilitation tools to pr
actice collaborative leadership \n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will be fam
iliar with the three facilitation tools\n * Outcome #2: Participants will
apply these three tools with scenarios\n\n
DTSTART:20230724T174500Z
DTEND:20230724T191500Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20241009T111015Z
LOCATION:Rosedale
SEQUENCE:0
STATUS:CONFIRMED
SUMMARY:Workshop: Dynamics of Collaborative Leadership in Team Science: Thr
ee Frameworks
TRANSP:OPAQUE
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:The overarching goal of this workshop is to
share three conceptual frameworks and three facilitation tools to operati
onalize collaborative leadership as iterative cycles of distributed sense
making\, decision making and action taking. Most cross-disciplinary scienc
e teams aspire to practice collaborative leadership\, but lack systemic ap
proaches to operationalize this leadership style. This is especially chall
enging given that most cross-disciplinary science teams are embedded in hi
gher education institutes where collaborative leadership is not the norm.<
br />

\nThe specific objectives and outcomes include:

\n\n-
Objective #1: Introduce three pitfalls cross-disciplinary science teams ar
e prone to in practicing collaborative leadership\n
- Outcome #1: Par
ticipants will understand the three pitfalls
\n - Outcome #2: Partici
pants will relate to the three pitfalls from their individual contexts
\n - Outcome #3: Participants will crowdsource more pitfalls and challen
ges in practicing collaborative leadership.
\n

\n - Objectiv
e #2: Introduce the Theory U\, Divergence-Convergence Diamond and Strategi
c Doing frameworks and related applications in team science leadership\n
__Outcome #1: Participants will understand the conceptual underpinning
s of the three frameworks____\n __- Outcome #2: Participants will relate t
hese three conceptual frameworks to the dynamics of sense making\, decisio
n making and action taking in team science
\n - Outcome #3: Participa
nts will relate the three conceptual frameworks to the three pitfalls.
\n

__\n Objective #3: Introduce implications of the three conce
ptual frameworks\n __- Outcome #1: Participants will be familiar with i
mplications from the workshop instructor’s team science practice
\n - Outcome #2: Participants will be invited to crowdsource implications and
practices from their own contexts
\n - Outcome #3: Participants will
understand a successful case study applying concepts above.
\n

\n Objective #4:Introduce three facilitation tools to practice collab
orative leadership\n - Outcome #1: Participants will be familiar with
the three facilitation tools
\n - Outcome #2: Participants will appl
y these three tools with scenarios
\n

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DESCRIPTION:The overarching goal of this workshop is to share three concept
ual frameworks and three facilitation tools to operationalize collaborativ
e leadership as iterative cycles of distributed sense making\, decision ma
king and action taking. Most cross-disciplinary science teams aspire to pr
actice collaborative leadership\, but lack systemic approaches to operatio
nalize this leadership style. This is especially challenging given that mo
st cross-disciplinary science teams are embedded in higher education insti
tutes where collaborative leadership is not the norm.\n\nThe specific obje
ctives and outcomes include:\n\n * Objective #1: Introduce three pitfalls c
ross-disciplinary science teams are prone to in practicing collaborative l
eadership \n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will understand the three pitfall
s\n * Outcome #2: Participants will relate to the three pitfalls from thei
r individual contexts\n * Outcome #3: Participants will crowdsource more p
itfalls and challenges in practicing collaborative leadership.\n\n * Object
ive #2: Introduce the Theory U\, Divergence-Convergence Diamond and Strate
gic Doing frameworks and related applications in team science leadership
\n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will understand the conceptual underpinning
s of the three frameworks\n * Outcome #2: Participants will relate these t
hree conceptual frameworks to the dynamics of sense making\, decision maki
ng and action taking in team science\n * Outcome #3: Participants will rel
ate the three conceptual frameworks to the three pitfalls.\n\n * Objective
#3: Introduce implications of the three conceptual frameworks \n\n * Outcom
e #1: Participants will be familiar with implications from the workshop in
structor’s team science practice\n * Outcome #2: Participants will be invi
ted to crowdsource implications and practices from their own contexts\n *
Outcome #3: Participants will understand a successful case study applying
concepts above.\n\n * Objective #4:Introduce three facilitation tools to pr
actice collaborative leadership \n\n * Outcome #1: Participants will be fam
iliar with the three facilitation tools\n * Outcome #2: Participants will
apply these three tools with scenarios\n\n
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