Updated: Feb 9, 2020
Target Audience: Captains and Junior Majors
You are cordially invited to attend “Dealing Effectively with Uncertainty: Civ-Mil Relations in Shared Spaces” a new course on civ-mil relations being held at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) from 12 - 16 September 2016.
How can civilian and military practitioners work most effectively in shared, complex environments? This course will improve your understanding of and explore opportunities for overcoming the obstacles to effective civ-mil working relationships while strengthening your analytical communication and leadership skills to operate effectively in dynamic, fluid environments.
“Dealing Effectively with Uncertainty: Civ-Mil Relations in Shared Spaces” is targeted at a mid-level practitioner audience across the US Government (USG), Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), and International Organization (IO) spectrum. This course will explore actions to maximize opportunities and reduce obstacles to improved relations, while providing practical skills to help practitioners translate better understanding and analysis into more effective engagement with multiple actors.
The course is organized around four themes deemed essential to understanding how to build effective relationships in complex and uncertain environments. They are: Operational Environment, Actors, Communication and Leadership. Required readings, provided before and during the course, will support a variety of teaching mechanisms including speakers, facilitated discussions, small group work, and exercises.
Please click here to begin the application process.
We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend “Dealing Effectively with Uncertainty: Civ-Mil Relations in Shared Spaces” and look forward to your participation.