Relational Coordination Research Collaborative

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Improving Work Processes with Relational Coordination

Jody Hoffer Gittell and Tony Suchman

IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL LEARN to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia.  If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.  You will learn to:

  • Assess the local context and the performance outcomes of interest
  • Identify a work process that would benefit from better relational coordination
  • Use relational mapping to identify the work groups involved, including patients or clients
  • Introduce the RC survey to those work groups
  • Design and set up the survey
  • Interpret the survey results
  • Share back the results with the work groups, and
  • Design specific interventions with them based on the particular pattern of survey results

This workshop  includes independent self-study modules, an experiential 1.5 day course, and an individual one hour consultation on the design of a specific project.  This workshop will also help you to prepare for RC Certification

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This training has been certified by Relational Coordination Research Collaborative at Brandeis University.

Upcoming Workshops

Improving Work Processes with Relational Coordination: Integrating the RC Survey into Interventions

April 27 Noon to 4:30 pm ET and April 28 8:00 am to 4:30 pm ET

The Heller School at Brandeis University - 415 South St. Waltham, MA 02453

Click here to register for the training

Click here to register if you are an RCRC student partner

Eligibility

This training is appropriate for individuals with at least one year of experience in longitudinal process consulting or training in group facilitation (formal or on-the-job).  

Fees        

$2,650 per person

$300 for RCRC student partners only*


*We are deeply discounting this particular course for RCRC Student Partners to give them access to the training. The cost for student partners is $300 (regularly $2,650) and additional scholarships are available based on financial need. Partnership is complimentary for Heller students. We strongly encourage students who are interested in the interventional uses of relational coordination to take advantage of this opportunity because it is not offered at every training. Please click here to fill out the scholarship form if an additional scholarship is needed.

Click here to learn more about RCRC student partnership.

Group rates are also available for customized on-site training workshops - please contact us at info@relationalcoordination.org for further information.

RC Certification

Participation in this workshop is not required for RC Certification.  However, this workshop is designed to cover the same topics that are the focus of RC Certification and helps individuals design the RC interventions that are required for RC Certification.

To Lead This Workshop

The workshop was designed by Tony Suchman of Relationship Centered Health Care.  People who are RC certified may contact Tony at asuchman@rchc.com for permission to lead this workshop.  To have your course RC certified, contact Tanya Allain at tallain@brandeis.edu.

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