The client
Escuelas Pías Betania

The Escuelas Pías is a religious order of the Catholic Church that pursues the education and evangelization of the disadvantaged as inspired by its founder St. Joseph of Calasanz. The Betania Province has 19 schools in Spain.

The challenge
To face a new Pastoral Framework Project.

Involve and join the entire community of the Betania Province in the design and implementation of the new Pastoral Framework Project for the centers.

The project
Facilitation of Facilitators

A series of workshops are designed with representatives from all the schools in which to understand, in community, the identity of the Escuelas Pías and to work on the New Pastoral Framework Project collectively.

  • “I highlight the novelty, the acceptance of many and the illusion with which it has been done.”

    ALBERTO VERGARA, EEPP SANTANDER.
  • “The sum of many grains of sand make a mountain. One idea, one post-it, in the end make a lot of ideas that make a difference.”

    MARÍA ROIG, EEPP CASTELLÓN
  • “Working is working, playing is playing, and enjoying depends on how you live things. With rrebrand you work, play and enjoy.”

    Carles Such, Provincial Participant, Escolapios
  • “These sessions with rrebrand have managed to overcome prejudices and have given us a new and encouraging panorama to work and communicate in another way.”

    Carles Such, Provincial Participant, Escolapios

Co-creation is the great facilitator of change management.

During 4 weeks there are workshops with representatives of the 19 schools of the Province. The total group that meets in Madrid is formed by teachers, mothers and fathers, members of the church and some alumni of the centers.

– The first workshop addresses the identity of the Province using the Strategic Tree tool.

– In the second workshop the objective is to start working on the Pastoral Framework Project, analyzing in parts and stages, in order to get closer to the idea of the “journey” made by students of the Escuelas Pías during each stage.

– The third workshop turns the participants of the Madrid workshops into facilitators, who are responsible for raising key questions about the identity and perception of the Project in their centers of origin, using the tools learned from design thinking, from the individual to the collective feeling for each center.

–  In the fourth workshop all the information collected from each center was put together and we approached the cross-sectional analysis of the Project, seeking to get closer to its global meaning, organizing and highlighting the axes and content areas.

We drew and named the journey that a student and their families would make through the five stages.

The result leads us to find that co-creation becomes the great facilitator of change management: “We identify ourselves because we form a part of something.”

The project in images

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