Positive Community Norms Trainings
The Positive Community Norms (PCN) approach to improving community health is a transformational model founded upon The Science of the Positive. The Positive Community Norms approach uses the principles of the Science of the Positive to grow positive norms through leadership development, communications, and integration of prevention resources. PCN cultivates cultural transformation by working on multiple community levels and factors at once. This framework has proven to be extremely effective in creating meaningful social change.
The Montana Institute trains community leaders, groups, and coalitions on applying PCN, providing capacity building and readiness coaching. To schedule an onsite training for your organization, coalition, or community, please contact us using the form below.
Positive Community Norms Training: Spring 2014
Hilton Garden Inn, Bozeman, Montana
May 13th-15th, 2014
This interactive training will teach participants about the Positive Community Norms framework and the theory upon which it’s built, The Science of the Positive. Attendees will learn about the three components of the PCN model -- leadership, communication, and strategic integration -- and will leave with specific ideas on how to initiate the positive community norms process in their communities.
Cost: $600 per person. Fee includes registration, all training materials, and daily breakfast.
To reserve rooms, please contact the Hilton Garden Inn at (406) 582-9900.
For questions about the Spring PCN Training or to schedule an onsite training for your organization, please contact us using the form below.