Positive Community Norms Trainings
The Positive Community Norms (PCN) approach to improving community health is a transformational model that is founded on and fueled by The Science of the Positive process. The Montana Institute is the only organization qualified to offer training and technical assistance on these two intertwined methods for individual, organizational, and community change.
TMI can create a custom PCN training for your organization on a wide array of issues. Trainings can be held onsite or remotely. These interactive trainings teach participants about the Positive Community Norms framework and the Science of the Positive process upon which it’s built. Attendees will learn about the three components of the Positive Community Norms model: leadership, communication, and strategic integration and will leave with specific ideas on how to initiate the positive community norms process in their communities.
At TMI, we have learned that leadership development is a critical component of community transformation, and is a crucial element of sustainability. In our work with our clients, we begin by building leadership capacity around the Science of the Positive, and then provide tools and coaching to help them plan, implement, and communicate their PCN process.
Positive Community Norms was developed based on the principles of the Science of the Positive. Together, they help communities achieve authentic -- and measurable -- transformation while helping individuals and organizations improve their leadership potential and move from busy to effective in their work.
Click here to download a copy of our "Introduction to Positive Community Norms."
Click here to download "Applying the Science of the Positive to Health and Safety."
For more information on our Science of the Positive and Positive Community Norms trainings, technical assistance, and tools, please contact us using the form below.