DIT Strategy / Culture Workshop Mosaic

Upcoming Workshops

Workshops go from 9am-5pm. We encourage groups to bring two representatives to the workshop.

Washington, D.C. — December 2, 2016

If you have questions, would like to register, or are interested in a custom workshop, please email workshop@nullfasterthan20.com.

Registration Fee

Our goal is to create a space where action-oriented people invested in positive work can participate without price being an obstacle.

In the spirit of encouraging value exchange while also honoring the resources required to run these workshops (e.g. space rental, continental breakfast, lunch, $140 worth of toolkits, design and facilitation, etc.), we require an up-front registration fee to participate.

However, you decide what you will pay. There are no pricing tiers and no barters, although we would be happy to provide suggested payments if requested. All registrants will be treated equally.

The Workshop

This one-day workshop will help you clarify and align around strategy and culture while providing powerful, lightweight tools that you can bring back to your organizations and teams.

The Process

The facilitated journey with a curated set of partner organizations provides access to high-caliber strategy consulting, with tools that will allow you and your teams to continue to build strategic capacity on your own, resulting in a much higher return on investment. During the session, you will work through critical questions with peer coaching from other organizations as well as the facilitators.

The Impact

You will walk away with:

  • Draft assessments around culture and strategy
  • A roadmap that you can use and adapt to track progress
  • A toolkit to bring back to your teams
  • Stronger “muscles” for continuing this work on your own
  • A supportive community of strategic individuals and organizations.

We believe that by enabling individuals and teams to think and act more strategically, we can help organizations thrive. We are dedicated to creating tools, processes, and experiences that enable changemakers to build their strategic and collaborative muscles through practice, repetition, and feedback.

What People Have Said

These toolkits literally get everyone on the same page, gathering together everyone’s ideas in a thoughtful way so you can really dive into the strategy conversation. I like how they’re both flexible and focused, letting me remix the way I use them to meet each client’s needs.
Kate Wing, strategy consultant
In my work with socially conscious entrepreneurs, using this toolkit has been invaluable. The combination of strategy and culture, as well as clear communication about decisions, as helped numerous organizations find clarity and structure for their work. This process allows teams to uncover the most relevant areas for focus, and expedites alignment among individuals on those teams.
—Dharmishta Rood, Director of Community, Singularity University
We repeatedly use these tools to help us map out where we’re headed, how we’ll get there, who we need to become, and how we’ll determine success and failure. Taking complex processes and making them simple and effective is mastery — that’s what these toolkits deliver.
—Jodie Tonita, Executive Director, Social Transformation Project

The Strategists

Anya Kandel

Anya Kandel

Anya supports leaders to move people and ideas, drive innovation capacity and collaboration, and build thriving organizations and brands. She has extensive experience researching and building systems that enable creativity for positive change. She founded an international nonprofit for transcultural communication and recently built an internal innovation consulting group at Gap Inc. She is currently working with purpose-driven organizations to solve complex challenges and propel the development of new products, ideas and businesses – in both the private and public sector. She has a background in Sociocultural Anthropology with an M.A. in Media, Culture and Communication from NYU.
Eugene Eric Kim

Eugene Eric Kim

Eugene helps groups learn how to come alive and collaborate more skillfully together. He co-founded two social impact consultancies, where he helped companies across different sectors, from Fortune 500 companies to grassroots movements. Past clients included the CIA, Delta Conservancy, Genentech, Institute for International Education, NASA, and the Wikimedia Foundation. He’s now focusing his efforts on helping other changemakers develop the same skills that he uses to help groups. He shares what he learns here at Faster Than 20. Eugene received his A.B. in History and Science from Harvard University.