Think. Act. Lead. It seems simple enough. But recognizing the complex systems you are working in, building a dynamic network of partners capable of solving challenging problems, crafting a consensus that points your collaborators in a unified direction, and managing toward a robust and entrepreneurial response is never easy. All of this is harder, but even more necessary, in the deep inter-sector collaborations that are vital to work in the conservation lands field. Yet, we rarely consider the skills needed to create and maintain these partnerships. Most of us learn these skills by trial, error, and many times, failure. Worse, we typically stay in our self-reinforcing silos, sharing perspectives and frustrations with like-minded people, limiting our vision of what land partnerships can become. So, what do leaders need to create sustainable partnerships at the intersection of public, corporate, and nonprofit sectors that solve complex social and economic challenges? We will introduce you to a roadmap of skills, practices, and compelling examples to inspire new possibilities in partnership.