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Our 2-day training course “Negotiating Effective Environmental Agreements” will meet Wednesday-Thursday, June 12-13 at UC Berkeley’s Clark Kerr campus in Berkeley, CA.
Negotiation is an increasingly important part of the day-to-day work of many professionals in the environment, energy, natural resource management, and land use planning fields. While you or your staff may [...]
CONCUR Training “Negotiating Effective Environmental Agreements” March 7-8, 2012 - Enrollment Now Open!
Our 2-day training course “Negotiating Effective Environmental Agreements” will meet Wednesday-Thursday, March 7-8 2012 at UC Berkeley’s Clark Kerr campus in Berkeley, CA.
Negotiation is an increasingly important part of the day-to-day work of many professionals active in the environment, energy, natural resource management, and land use planning fields. While you or your staff may have [...]
CONCUR Principal Scott McCreary and Senior Associate Bennett Brooks designed and led a training course in Mutual Gains Bargaining for the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, a 16-member consortium devoted to the dual goals of protecting ocean ecosystems and ensuring a long-term seafood supply.
The focus of the training was to impart and practice skills that [...]
Course 2: “Facilitating and Mediating Effective Environmental Agreements” scheduled for November 2-4, 2010
CONCUR’s annual advanced training course, “Facilitating and Mediating Effective Environmental Agreements“, has been scheduled to meet Tuesday-Thursday, November 2-4, 2010 at UC Berkeley’s Clark Kerr conference center. The course is intended for professionals working across the full range of environmental and natural resource issues in planning, policy development, or implementing site-specific projects.
This is an [...]
CONCUR’s annual public 2-day training course “Negotiating Effective Environmental Agreements” has been scheduled for 2010. This course will meet Wednesday-Thursday, May 19-20, 2010 in downtown Oakland’s historic Preservation Park.
Negotiation is increasingly a required part the day-to-day work of many professionals active in the environment, energy, natural resource management, and land use planning fields. While you [...]
Senior Associate Bennett Brooks served as a guest lecturer at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service in January 2009. Bennett spoke on consensus building techniques and challenges in the graduate-level course, “Designing a Conflict Management Program for a Public Dispute: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Multi-Party Negotiations and Consensus Building, Policy Dialogues“.
In September, CONCUR conducted a customized negotiations training for two dozen staff with the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Southeast Region Office in St. Petersburg, Florida. The two-day training session, led by co-instructors Scott McCreary and Bennett Brooks, focused on providing the region’s Protected Resources Division staff with a framework for negotiating complex environmental agreements. [...]
Customized Training for the State Water Resources Control Board Water Leadership Institute (2003-2007)
CONCUR worked with counterparts from UC Davis and the State Water Resources Control Board to design and present a new Water Leadership curriculum. CONCUR instructors developed and taught a curriculum of four pilot courses in 2003-2005, which were repeated through 2006-2007. They are “Designing Effective Stakeholder Collaborative Processes“, “Effective Use of Scientific Information“, “Negotiation and [...]
CONCUR provided training and coaching for two separate teams of Philippines-based NGOs, one from Co-Train and one from the other from Tanggol Kalikasan/Haribon Foundation. The sessions focused on the potential use and application of ADR techniques to environmental disputes in the Philippines. Both workshops took place at CONCUR’s Berkeley offices, and emphasized the integration of [...]
CONCUR worked with the California State Water Resources Control Board’s Office of Statewide Initiatives and UC Davis to develop and facilitate a private online discussion forum for Water Board staff called the Collaboration Network, or CollabNet. CollabNet was designed to complement the Water Board Training Academy’s four existing courses on collaboration, promote intra-agency discussion and [...]