Webinar: Introduction to the Power of Partnership

Spark and sustain your passion for cultivating a Partnership world: CPS is creating a brand new catalog of webinars and self-paced online courses offered through a multi-media, intuitive learning platform that will enable you to engage with self-directed learning in a whole new way. The new course catalog will include full video replays of CPS' 2017-2019 webinars, as well as new versions of our foundational courses: The Power of Partnership, Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler's Cultural Transformation Course, the Caring Economy Advocates Program, and more.

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View the August, 2017 Introduction to The Power of Partnership webinar.

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“We are quite literally partners in our own evolution” —Riane Eisler

“Thank you for your leadership in this very important work. I have deepened my understanding of partnership through the artful and meaningful presentation and facilitation in this workshop. Thanks for believing so big and holding that believing of partnership for us and the entire world."
-Wendy Foxworth, class participant, the Power of Partnership workshop and Founder, The Institute of Relationship Education

Facilitators

Riane Eisler, J.D.

is a social and systems scientist, attorney, and author whose work on cultural transformation has inspired both scholars and social activists. Her groundbreaking research has impacted many fields, including history, economics, psychology, sociology, education, and healthcare. She has been a leader in the movement for peace, sustainability, and economic equity, and her pioneering work in human rights has expanded the focus of international organizations to include the rights of women and children. She is president of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS), dedicated to research and education on social and economic transformation; co-founder of CPS’s Caring Economy Campaign and, with Nobel Peace laureate Betty Williams, of the Spiritual Alliance to Stop Intimate Violence (SAIV); and Editor in Chief of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, an online peer-reviewed journal housed at the University of Minnesota that was inspired by Eisler’s work.

Sara Saltee, MA, ABD

is the Director of Leadership and Learning Programs at the Center for Partnership Studies. Sara is an adult learning specialist with 25 years’ experience designing and facilitating engaging learning experiences in both physical and online classrooms. She has worked successfully with highly diverse students in settings ranging from universities and workplace trainings to community-based planning and social change movements. In collaboration with her wonderful colleagues at the Center for Partnership Studies, Sara has designed and facilitated CPS’s webinars and online courses since 2009.

What does it mean for you to live the Partnership Way?

Cherri Pruitt Maternal & Child health consultant, policy analyst, Colorado, USA

Riane Eisler has given me a new perspective on how awareness about the partnership paradigm can create change towards a more caring, sustainable world. For me, her work provides a sense of liberation and hope.

Daniel Hall West coast Director of Peace and Community relations for the Soka Gakkai International-USA Buddhist Association, California, USA
The partnership framework is a powerful lens for analyzing social, cultural, economic and political issues.
Julie de Azevedo Hanks, PhD Licensed Clinical Social Worker, performing songwriter, author, blogger, consultant, and private practice therapy clinic owner, Salt Lake City, USA
The dominator-partnership continuum has transformed my view of the world, myself, my family. In my PhD dissertation, I applied Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Theory to a practice model of family life called Partnership Model of Family Organization (PMFO) as a path to support the creative productivity in mothers, and to help all families move toward partnership relations. As a media contributor and blogger, I am weaving the dominator-partnership lens into my content, as well as into my next book.

The Partnership Learning Community

Connect with Alumni Worldwide

The Partnership Learning Community is the growing online community hub of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Leadership and Learning Programs. To date, there 300+ graduates of the Changing Our Story and the Community Advocates Program in 17 countries.

In the PLC, alumni and current course participants access resources and materials related to their learning. Community members can network with one another, contribute to the Blog and Forum, and share news and updates on their activities related to the partnership and caring economy movements.

Go to the Partnership Learning Community