Organizational Zoo Ambassadors
Zoo Ambassadors are trained and accredited members of the Organizational Zoo Ambassadors Network (OZAN) who have gained extensive experience in using The Organizational Zoo concepts as part of their own professional practice.
Zoo Ambassadors have been trained in the application of Zoo Tools. They freely share their experiences and act as mentors to other members of OZAN.
Achieving ambassador status provides members with free access to the Organizational Zoo materials and concepts to include in their programs, providing the original source is acknowledged and branding is retained on materials.
To obtain the status of Zoo Ambassador, candidates are required to first participate in two one-day Ambassador training programs. Once trained, candidates must use at least two of the Zoo Tools in a program and provide audience feedback from these. A brief report summarising the use of the tools and the outcomes of the exercise must be submitted to the OZAN Wiki.
We strongly recommend liaising with an accredited Organizational Zoo Ambassador before attempting to apply any Organizational Zoo methods.
Read more about our accredited Organizational Zoo Ambassadors here:
(Click on the name or photo for a full profile.)