Learn systems thinking and leadership from the very best and earn your Certification from Cabrera Research Lab.
We have worked with some of the Silicon Valley's most notable brands, blue chips, and Fortune 100 as well as start ups, nonprofits, school districts, universities, and the government sector. Let us help you bring systems thinking, systems mapping, and systems leadership to your organization. Talk with us about bespoke keynote addresses, in-person training, executive training, ongoing webinars, 1-on-1 executive coaching, and organizational consulting. With any training, we offer a host of add-on and contextualizing options including: engaging pre-work (videos, short reads, etc), customized cases and activities, reference books, pre and post diagnostics, pre and post webinars, 1-on-1 coaching, customized/branded materials for your executives or group.
*During COVID-19 crisis we are transforming our live engagements to online delivery. COVID-19 (Corona virus) has caused us all to think differently about delivery options. The silver lining to some of these challenges is that we can deliver the same dynamic courses live online while saving clients significant costs in attendee hotels and travel and increasing the number of participants.
A great introduction. This one-hour training in Systems Thinking (DSRP) is short and sweet with great production value.
A great introduction. This one-hour training in Systems Leadership (VMCL) will get you ready to design, manage, and lead your Agile Organization.
Go a little deeper and get a certificate from Cornell University. Covers Systems Thinking (DSRP), Mapping (visually mapping the system) and Leadership (VMCL). Equivalent to two semesters we teach graduate students at Cornell.
A great way to train and introduce teachers in your school or district to systems thinking. Award-winning documentary film maker, Deborah Hoard and her crew, followed our work for nearly a decade in US schools and produced this amazing film on the amazing shift that can occur fors students, teachers and administrators when you focus on student thinking rather than merely memorizing or teaching to a test...