One-day leadership development opportunity

Whether you are a director or a manager, if you work collaboratively – in a partnership, collaboration, coalition, network, alliance, or even across departments within your organization – you know well the opportunities and challenges of working together effectively.

Here’s a great opportunity to help you accomplish your goals. Join with a small group of environmental and conservation leaders for a highly interactive learning opportunity to build your leadership skills.

You will walk away with new insights, tools, and approaches to apply directly to your work, as well as with new peer relationships to fuel your ongoing learning and success.


Collaborative Leadership

Strengthen Your Ability to Lead and Collaborate

A One-Day Leadership Development Opportunity

WHEN: 4 p.m. Monday, October 22 through 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 23

WHERE: Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Center in Woodstock, IL (60 miles northwest of Chicago, 40 miles from O’Hare International Airport)

WHO: This training is for all staff and volunteer leaders who work in a collaborative setting, whether it is through nonprofits, businesses, the government, or across multiple sectors. It may be especially attractive for key staff who support community engagement or advocacy efforts, and for new or emerging leaders.

COST: $350 Early Bird Registration (apply by June 29), $500 Regular Registration (apply by July 20

Cost includes overnight accommodations for the night of Monday, October 22, meals and snacks, materials, and facilitated instruction to help you strengthen your collaborative leadership skills. 

REGISTER: To register and for more info, visit the Collaborative Leadership registration page here.

Please note that you will be invoiced for the registration total after completing the form. Registration is not guaranteed until payment is received. Also, registration is first come, first served – limited to only 25 leaders, so act fast!

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Last Modified: June 19, 2018