Sneak Preview (On Our Website)

Yep, you’ve found it! 

This is your sneak preview of Getting Started with Tenacious Change.

You’ll be viewing this video on our main website. If you prefer to see it on our online learning platform, click here.

Getting Started with Tenacious Change is a short course on the Tenacious Change Approach. It takes between 3 and 6 hours to complete…depending on how much you engage with each of the videos and materials.

This introductory video will help you determine if the Tenacious Change Approach could be a good fit for you and your community, group, organization, or system. 

The full course will be released on September 1, 2022, and will include:

  • Ten videos (not longer than 20-minutes each) on each of the 10 Essential Principles and Core Tasks for the Tenacious Change Approach. 
  • The Getting Started with the Tenacious Change Approach Journal. The journal is a reflective tool to help you get more out of the video series. 
  • A brief three-question quiz after each video to help you embed and retain the ideas from the video.

The videos presented in this course are the “2nd Gen” of videos we’ve produced for the Tenacious Change Approach. The first generation was rushed into production at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to help our clients learn and use the Tenacious Change Approach. Before producing this 2nd Gen of videos, we convened a diverse group of people from across the United States to participate in a “beta test.” We got some GREAT feedback from them. Before you watch this introductory video, we thought you might like to read what one of the beta testers wrote to us: 

For the past 15 years I have been on the frontlines of engaging communities and building the capacity of their residents.  This course is informative and presented at a proper level to both experienced participants and those less “seasoned” participants.  It provides real world, “relatable” examples that will help communicate the challenges of the “mission” and help people realize that they are not alone with their challenges.  In summary, I am confident that every participant will walk away from the course having learned very valuable lessons, including the difference between the concepts of “buy-in” and “ownership”.  They will feel better prepared to address the challenges they face and leave feeling that their valuable dollars were well spent.

Carmelle M., Florida