Online Classes

  • “I strengthened the application of theory to practical project work.”

    The CAP Program enabled me to strengthen the application of Caring Economy theory to practical project work.”

    —Fiona Bywaters, Coordinator | London, U.K.
    Global Policy Action Plan for the World Futures Council

About Our Programs

Leadership and Learning Programs are a cornerstone of the Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign.

CPS’s Leadership and Learning Programs bring together women and men from around the world to learn how to become leaders of the partnership and caring economy movements. Participants in our online classes study partnership concepts and language and gain the evidence and the tools they need to shift their communities and organizations away from traditions of domination. Our robust alumni community creates opportunities for networking and learning long after the classes are over. Through our online Partnership Learning Community site, program graduates share resources, strategies, and action models and inspire one another to continue the vital work of cultural transformation.

2017 Webinars and Classes:

  • Strong Kindness: Skillful Responses to Dominating Behavior
  • The Power of Partnership
  • Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler's Cultural Transformation Course
  • Exploring Your Creative Constellation: Creativity through the Partnership Lens with Sara Saltee
  • Introduction to a Caring Economy
  • Caring Economy Advocates Program (CAP)
  • Practicing Partnership with the Earth with Ann Amberg
  • CPS Alumni Gathering

Special webinar event: Celebrating 30 Years of The Chalice & the Blade

November 9, 2017 11am-noon Pacific

Riane Eisler is widely recognized as one of the most original thinkers of our time. Join The Center for Partnership Studies for this special event to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Eisler's landmark book The Chalice & the Blade. Riane will guide us in an expansive exploration of how the new social categories of domination and partnership systems empower us to co-create a better future for ourselves, our children, and generations to come.

• The 4 cornerstones of partnership systems
• Cultural transformation past, present and future
• Why resistance is not enough — a cohesive integrated progressive agenda



Practicing Partnership with the Earth

5 Wednesdays: September 13, 20, 27, October 11, 18, 2017

Join Ann Amberg for a transformational learning journey. Guided by ten self-designed practices that align with nature’s primal ways of knowing, we’ll assess where we are on the domination-partnership continuum in the context of earth as family, economy, culture and home. We are embedded in an evolving  sacred ecology; we can learn to work in synergy with life systems to release outmoded domination systems and nurture our birthright as planetary humans. Register for sessions individually.

Learn More

Caring Economy Advocates Program

The Caring Economy Advocates Program

October 6, 13, November 3, 2017

The Caring Economy Advocates Program (CAP) is a 3-session online certification program preparing leaders to change the conversation about economics. With the tools provided by the program, Advocates invite audiences to take local action to make the work of caring and caregiving more visible and valued.

Learn More

Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives

Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Self Study Format

Register Anytime

The Self-Study Cultural Transformation Course is a self-paced exploration of how a partnership system can empower us to co-create a new human narrative.

Learn More

The Partnership Learning Community

The Partnership Learning Community is the online community hub of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Leadership and Learning Programs.

In the PLC, participants in our online seminars access resources and materials related to their classes. Community members can network with one another and share news and updates on their activities related to the partnership and caring economy movements

One thought on “Online Classes

Comments are closed.