What can we hope for in our civic future? Leaders from nonprofits, community, and business provide their views of the potential and opportunities that we face as we work to create the society in which we want to live.
What are the basic elements of successful leadership? What is the difference between leading and managing? What skills do you need to be a good leader?
Leadership in community requires a particular type of approach. When you work for the common good you are working in a “shared power” world and a collaborative leadership style is most often the most successful approach.
Moderated by former journalist, Ken Stone, this program showcases ideas from thought leaders on what it takes to work collaboratively. In this program you will hear from John Pribyl, Reatha Clark King and Grit Youngquist.
Thought leaders discuss how to take advantage of opportunities and address barriers to civic leadership for people 50+. Ken Stone moderates a discussion with Reatha Clark King, Trista Harris, John Pribyl, Eric Schubert, and Grit Youngquist.
What are the advantages of doing public work in a community setting? How do you tap into the potential and power of a community? How do we get a community to work toward a common goal? What are some of the challenges and joys of working in community?