Causal Loop Diagrams: Understanding Factors and Causality
Register here for LINC’s training: “Causal Loop Diagrams: Understanding Factors and Causality”
Location: One Washington Circle Hotel (Washington DC)
Dates: March 23 – 26, 2020
Fees: Per participant fee (Includes tuition and course materials):
- $1,450 Early Bird (February 21, 2020)
- $1,700 Regular Registration
Multiple Participants: Group discounts are available for organizations wishing to register more than two participants. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire with the name of your organization and number of participants. We will respond within 24 hours to secure your seats.
Changes in Plans: Full refund, less $75 service fee, is available if cancelled more than six weeks in advance. 50% refunds are available up until 2 weeks prior.
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- Introduction to Systems Thinking for Development
Days 2 – 3:
- Understanding causality
- Intro to Causal Loop Diagrams
- Building Causal Loop Diagrams for your Development Challenge
- Analyzing and using Causal Loop Diagrams for Design, Evaluation, and Learning
Who Should Participate: This training module is optimized for international development practitioners, including staff of NGOs, Contractors and Donors who would like to apply systems thinking to their own overseas development projects.
- Use a systems thinking lens to understand factors, causality and feedback
- Understand the benefits and uses of Causal Loop Diagrams for international development
- Practice how to build a Causal Loop Diagram for a development context
- Understand next steps for analyzing and using a Causal Loop Diagram for Design, Monitoring and Learning
Rich Fromer, Managing Director at LINC, is a professional trainer and system thinker. Extensively versed in systems theory and practice, Mr. Fromer delivers systems thinking training and technical assistance for major donor-funded international development projects in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
As a trainer, Jenna specializes in taking complex ideas and making them easy to understand. While at LINC, Jenna has led trainings on systems thinking in six countries for a variety of audiences including CSOs, implementing partners, and mission staff. Prior to joining LINC as Program Director, Jenna served as an instructor at the University of Michigan.