The Northern California Local Government Leadership Institute is pleased to announce its next course, Strategic Thinking & Decision Making, on September 11th, 2009. Effective leaders must be able to think strategically and make informed decisions in an increasingly complex and interdependent environment.
Local Government Leadership Course - Surviving the Retirement Wave - 10 Lessons Learned in Succession Planning - March 6 in Chico
We are happy to host Frank Benest for an upcoming Local Government Leadership course opportunity. Benest, former City Manager of Palo Alto, is co-chair of Cal-ICMA’s coaching program, an ICMA senior adviser, and known throughout California for his civic management expertise. He will be in town to present “Surviving the Retirement Wave” a one day leadership course which will explore the “retirement wave” of baby boomers and what you can do to attract and retain the best management talent.
Early Enrollment Deadline Extended!
As you know the California State budget is still being finalized and we recognize that this effects many (if not all) of the participants and potential participants in the Local Government Leadership Institute. In an effort to increase enrollment, we are extending the early registration deadline for the program until March 6, 2009. The program will officially start on March 12-13 rather than February 12-13. The remaining program sessions will remain the same. Leadership education and development in Local Government is more relevant now than ever before. Please pass this message on to anyone you believe could benefit from this learning opportunity. For more information about the Local Government Leadership Institute or to enroll in the program, please visit: http://rce.csuchico.edu/leader or give our office a call, 530-898-6105.
The Northern California Local Government Leadership Institute announces that enrollment is open for the Leadership Development Program, a seven-course series designed to help local government employees cultivate leadership skills and become more effective, proactive leaders and managers. The Leadership Development Program, now in its sixth year, has served more than 250 local government leaders throughout California.