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:
- Foundations for Partnership 2017
- The Power of Partnership
- Power to the Parents: Reclaiming our Voices, Our Worth, and Our World
- Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler's Cultural Transformation Course
- What's Your Creative Constellation? Creativity through the Partnership Lens
- Caring Economy Advocates Program (CAP)
- CPS Alumni Gathering
What's Your Creative Constellation? Creativity through the Partnership Lens
March 4, 2017 10am Pacific
March 7, 2017 1pm Pacific
Join Sara Saltee, creativity coach and Director of CPS's Leadership and Learning Programs, and discover the many facets of your creativity. Learn how identifying your signature combination of creative drives can help you live more fully in Partnership with your Self, your work, and our world.
Power to the Parents: Reclaiming our Voices, Our Worth, and Our World
A 2-hour webinar with Parent & Caring Economy Advocate Kate Duva. For parents, future parents, caregivers, family advocates, and anyone who wishes to deepen their understanding of intergenerational care. Kate will discuss how we can build stronger caregiver networks through innovative education. Read Kate's blog post: "From Feelings to Action: Giving Value to the Crucial Work of Caregiving".
The Power of Partnership
February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 2017, 11am-1pm Pacific
This online workshop will guide you step-by-step through each of the seven relationships described in Riane Eisler’s book The Power of Partnership: Seven Relationships That Will Change Your Life. Working from the inside out, we begin by cultivating deeper Partnership with ourselves, expanding our Partnership practices to the local/global community and spiritual spheres.
Register by January 27 for the $35 early bird discount!
Exploring Your Creative Constellation
March 17, 24, 31, 2017 10am-noon Pacific
Start embracing your complex creativity as your greatest strength! Sara Saltee’s new Creative Constellation framework shows you how to live in Partnership with your creative self. Get clear about the kind of creator you are and gain new insight into how the full constellation of your creativity can be used as a navigation system, steering you home toward a life of meaning, purpose, satisfaction, and impact. Register by March 31 for the $20 early bird discount!
The Caring Economy Advocates Program
Cohort starts May 11, 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.
Register by April 27 for the $20 early bird discount!
Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course
Cohort starts April 22, 2017 11am-12:30pm Pacific
Join acclaimed cultural historian and futurist Riane Eisler in this popular 5-session course that dismantles outmoded notions of human nature, gender, and violence, and explores new possibilities for our future. Register by April 5 for the $35 early bird discount!
Changing Our Story: Self Study Format
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.
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