“Reality is made up of circles but we see straight lines. Herein lies the beginnings of our limitation as systems thinkers.” ~Peter Senge
If you want to make meaningful, lasting change, you have to be able to identify causal connections and leverage reinforcing feedback. The ability to make causal connections and identify interdependencies in systems in order to see the big picture is what systems thinking is all about. You will learn about the importance of causal connections and their influence on systems. This webinar shares examples specific to a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPP) to help build your skills in identifying the causal links in your TPP program and the broader system. Being able to see interdependencies, explore causal relationships, and anticipate effects of actions takes intentional practice. As you identify the circular nature of cause and effect, you will better understand the structure of your system and be able to determine leverage actions to help achieve your desired results.
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