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The Mayors and Council Members Executive Forum is Back

September 26, 2014
The League of California Cities is excited to announce the return of the Mayors and Council Members Executive Forum.
 
The 2015 Mayors and Council Members Executive Forum and Advanced Leadership Workshop will be held June 24-26 at the Portola Hotel in Monterey. This educational conference is geared toward supplying Mayors and Council Members with the tools they need to serve their community.
 
The League of California Cities is asking for your help in starting the new era of Mayors and Council Members Executive Forum. Become a part of the conference planning process now by lending your expertise and experience through session proposal topics and speaker recommendations. Don’t miss this opportunity to be on the frontlines of this planning process.
 
Past session ideas have included:
  • The Leadership Formula — It’s a Process, Not an Event
  • City Manager Evaluations — Hints, Examples and Legalities
  • Technology and Electronic Media in Government — The Good, Bad and the Ugly
  • Strategies for Council-Manager Conflict Resolution
  • Telling Your City’s Story: How to Message
  • Leadership: It’s Not About You.  It’s About Serving
  • Making Design — Build Work for Your City
  • From Neighborhood Watch to Neighborhood Councils
  • Constructive and Positive Culture Cities
  • Striving for Sustainable Communities 
Submissions, non-commercial in nature, from any individual, group, business or organization on any topic are welcome. The Program Planning Advisory Committee will consider the educational value of each proposal and the extent to which it presents new and/or significant information.
 
Only ideas completed and submitted through the online proposal form by the deadline of Friday, Oct. 31 will be considered by the committee.
 
Visit Mayors & Council Members Executive Forum Call for Proposals for additional information and to submit your ideas now. Contact Sarah Cuneo for questions about this forum.


 
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