We believe that trusting relationships are foundational for implementation and evidence use. Implementation relies on collaborative learning, risk taking and comfort with failure. At the heart of these activities are trust and vulnerability. Through our research, we have identified what skills are needed to build trusting relationships.
What We Provide
We offer training and coaching on these skills for practitioners, leaders, policymakers, and researchers engaged in implementation efforts within service systems and communities.
It is the creative process—what drives invention, discovery, and culture—that reminds us of how to nimbly convert so-called failure into an irreplaceable advantage.
- Sarah Elizabeth Lewis