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We design and facilitate bespoke collaborative changemaking workshops and programs for in-person, virtual, and hybrid teams. We have extensive experience working with the private sector, foundations, community members, the nonprofit sector, higher education, and high schools. 

Reach out if you'd like to explore a workshop or program for your organization.

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Greg is currently working with the Electrada team to apply 15 "collaborative changemaking modules" across the organization. The overarching goal is to help leadership fortify the organization's collaborative culture as it grows and responds to a hybrid and complex work environment. 

"Greg’s unique career designing high-impact social innovations uniquely qualifies him to share the “how” that’s so critical to translating mission to execution and creating practices that make organizations resilient, especially in attempting to scale. Greg’s guidance has been measurably effective for my teams across several disciplines, from venture-funded startups to childhood literacy initiatives."

KEVIN KUSHMAN - CEO| ELECTRADA

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In collaboration with Texas A&M International University and the US-Africa Institute, we're currently offering a Changemaker Educators Program. Launching on July 11th, this is for current and aspiring changemaker educators who want to learn, practice, and apply collaborative changemaking mindsets and skill sets in their communities and classrooms. Over five weeks participants will design changemaking innovations for their communities with other participants and create a Changemaker Educator's community of learning and practice through virtual exchange. 

Participants who complete the program will earn a Collaborative Changemaking Certificate. 

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In collaboration with the Spaceship Academy, we’re partnering with Fordham to design and facilitate two programs. 

 

The first is nine-day workshop for high school students. Participants will cultivate and refine their impact innovation/ changemaking mindsets while acquiring crucial skills in collaborative problem-solving, creative thinking, global citizenship, empathy, adaptive leadership, and more. 

 

The second is a series of workshops for the Girl Scouts of Greater New York as a part of their Leadership Academy. Participants will work in teams to complete three phases. The first phase is the definition phase. They will define their teams, their clients, and the priority problem they hope to solve together as a team for their clients. Next, is the design phase. They will design a practical and scalable solution for the priority problem. The third phase is the delivery phase. They will creatively deliver a compelling pitch/ presentation about their solution. Overall, the goal is that they learn new entrepreneurship and innovation mindsets and skill sets that will serve them now and in the future. 

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may 2024

Greg spent two days at the Innovation Hub at Middlebury College in May. He designed and facilitated seven “collaborative changemaking journey” workshops for administration, faculty, and students. The workshop themes included systems thinking, stakeholder engagement, project management, problem identification, equity, empowerment, and empathy. He also facilitated workshops to help Projects for Peace students prepare for their work. 

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march 2024

Greg designed and led a one-hour workshop for the Ashoka team in Washington D.C. The focus of the workshop was empathy, empowerment, and equity. The team used collaborative changemaking mini-case videos of Ashoka Fellows in action to practice. 

Greg and the Ashoka U team used their time together to co-create the Collaborative Changemaking Certificate. 

summer 2023

Over three days Greg led a series of workshops focused on empathy, empowerment, prioritizing opportunities, and designing innovations. 

"For more than 15 years, Greg has shared his distilled learning as a social entrepreneur with class after class of social entrepreneurship students at Notre Dame. His unparalleled expertise and matter-of-fact approach to applying these tools to the most challenging social issues of our day left many students not only inspired, but resolute in their own attitudes and beliefs as changemakers. With this toolbox, Greg’s vision and learnings from the field are that much more accessible to emergent changemakers across the globe."

MELISSA PAULSEN - PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ENTREPRENEURSHIP + EDUCATION DIVISION | PULTE INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT |UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

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