Better Practices

Whether you’re a fan of “best practices” or not, you are going to love the idea of “Better Practices.” Really! Why? Because Better Practices are ideas, strategies, and actions that emerge as a result of the Meaningful Participation and co-creation of members of the community (organization, system). The seventh video and lesson in the Getting Started with the Tenacious Change Approach is all about Better Practices. The lesson dives into what they are, why they are important in change efforts, how they emerge, and how we can support their emergence and development. Change that is of the people, by the people, with the people, and for the people uses Better Practices to strengthen the movement for change and increase a sense of ownership. 

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Each week, until we launch the full Getting Started with the Tenacious Change Approach streaming video course in September, we are featuring a brief video on one of the ten essential operating principles of the Tenacious Change Approach. This video is an introduction to the seventh lesson in the series. 

For even more, watch the full 20-minute overview “sneak preview” video HERE.


This Summer Heat Feels Much Better at the Beach!

So, join us at Delray Beach, Florida for the Community Change Experience, October 24-27. The program is coming into shape and will soon be posted on our website. And already registrations are coming in and hotel rooms are being booked. The excitement IS building! In making your travel plans, be sure to join us for the opening reception on the 24th where you can meet, greet, and network with old and new friends. 

Now is the time to register and book your room at the event hotel, the beachside Opal Grand. Interactive workshops are being offered by staff and colleagues of Tamarack Institute, Tenacious Change, Palm Health Foundation, and EJS Project. Plus, there will be an opportunity to go on-site to see community change principles and strategies in action.  Check it out today at Community Change Experience where you’ll find both hotel and registration information. This unique gathering is being hosted in partnership by EJS Project, Palm Health Foundation, Tamarack Institute, and Tenacious Change

Learn more and register

Visit the website at Community Change Experience. Updates are added regularly.

Tenacious Change Website Upgrade and Update

We’ve been doing some updating and upgrading of our website. If you haven’t been there for a while, check it out here. It isn’t finished yet, but we think you are going to like what we’ve been doing.

While you are there, check out our Consultation, Workshop, and Training page where you can learn about our core offerings and services. On the first page of that section, we offer some questions to help you think through what you need and how we can help. We also have an attractive PDF version of this section you can download, print, and share with others on your team or in your organization. 

Now, how can we help you make change happen for the greater good in your community or organization?


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