Introduction to Partnering, Part I
Partnering is a process of collaborative teamwork to achieve measurable results through agreements and productive working relationships.
The online Introduction to Partnering course is available for ADOT employees through the Learning Center. The same course is presented here as an information resource for ADOT partners. This course provides participants an overview of partnering principles, processes and practices and may be taken by anyone desiring to learn more about partnering with ADOT.
Upon completion of the course you will receive a confirmation email verifying your achievement and the ADOT Partnering Outreach Office will be notified. ADOT employees desiring credit for the class must complete the course through the ADOT Learning Center.
To complete the course and receive a confirming email, you may begin by selecting Introduction to Partnering.
Purpose of the Class
- Greater understanding of partnering principles
- Importance of teamwork and long-term working relationships
- Effective ways of resolving issues
- Measurable results through the Partnering Evaluation Program (PEP)
When you complete this class, you should:
- Know the history and definition of partnering
- Understand the partnering principles
- Be familiar with the “tools” of partnering and components of a partnering workshop
- List the roles and benefits of Partnering
- Know effective ways to communicate and how to resolve issues
- Know your role and responsibility in a partnership
- Realize the value of the Partnering Evaluation Program (PEP) and how to use it
- Know the function of the Partnering Outreach Office.