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Principles of Organizing "The Choice" Participant Guide

Principles of Organizing "The Choice" Participant Guide

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Principles of Organizing "The Choice" teaches the core principles of organizing.

Originally adapted from the works of Marshall Ganz of Harvard University http://www.hks.harvard.edu/about/faculty-staff-directory/marshall-ganz

Goals for this session: * To define organizing, leadership, and relational power * To identify different models of leadership * To introduce 5 organizing practices of interdependent leadership Organizing requires thre
Principles of Organizing "The Choice" teaches the core principles of organizing.

Originally adapted from the works of Marshall Ganz of Harvard University http://www.hks.harvard.edu/about/faculty-staff-directory/marshall-ganz

Goals for this session: * To define organizing, leadership, and relational power * To identify different models of leadership * To introduce 5 organizing practices of interdependent leadership Organizing requires thre

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Principles of Organizing andLeadership“The Choice”
What are the core practices of interdependent leadership?
Originally adapted from the works of Marshall Ganz of HarvardUniversity
http://www.hks.harvard.edu/about/faculty-staff-directory/marshall-ganz
 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We welcome your suggestions for improving this guide further for future trainings. Wealso welcome you to use it and adapt it for your own trainings, subject to the restrictionsbelow. This workshop guide has been developed over the course of man trainings by Liz Pallatto, Joy Cushman, Jake Waxman, Devon Anderson, Rachel Anderson, Adam Yalowitz, KateHilton, Lenore Palladino, New Organizing Institute staff, MoveOn Organizers, Center forCommunity Change staff, Jose Luis Morantes, Carlos Saavedra, Sean Thomas-Breitfeld,Shuya Ohno, Petra Falcon, Michele Rudy, Hope Wood, Kristen Dore and many others.
RESTRICTIONS OF USE
 The following work [this workshop guide] is provided to you pursuant to the followingterms and conditions. Your acceptance of the work constitutes your acceptance of theseterms:
 You may reproduce and distribute the work to others for free, but you may not sellthe work to others.
 You may not remove the legends from the work that provide attribution as tosource (i.e., “originally adapted from the works of Marshall Ganz of HarvardUniversity”).
 You may modify the work, provided that the attribution legends remain on thework, and provided further that you send any significant modifications or updatestomarshall_ganz@harvard.eduor Marshall Ganz, Hauser Center, Harvard KennedySchool, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
 You hereby grant an irrevocable, royalty-free license to Marshall Ganz and NewOrganizing Institute, and their successors, heirs, licensees and assigns, toreproduce, distribute and modify the work as modified by you.
 You shall include a copy of these restrictions with all copies of the work that youdistribute and you shall inform everyone to whom you distribute the work thatthey are subject to the restrictions and obligations set forth herein.If you have any questions about these terms, please contactmarshall_ganz@harvard.edu or Marshall Ganz, Hauser Center, Harvard Kennedy School, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA02138.
New Organizing InstituteAccess all our training materials @ neworganizing.com/toolbox
 
PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZING & LEADERSHIP
Organizing requires three things:
1)
Identifying
leaders
and coordinating them in leadership teams.
2)
Building
community
and commitment around that leadership, and building
power
from the resources of that community.
3)
Using that power strategically to make concrete
changes
in the world.
PEOPLE: What is Leadership?
Leaders are those who take responsibility for enabling others to achieve shared  purpose in the face of uncertainty.
 
New Organizing InstituteAccess all our training materials @ neworganizing.com/toolbox
Goals for this session:* To define organizing, leadership, and relational power* To identify different models of leadership* To introduce 5 organizing practices of interdependent leadership

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