The Institute is an intensive 4.5 day program with an internal self focus and one with external organizational focus.
The Midwest Leadership Institute is an intensive four-and-a-half day program designed to address the challenges facing local government professionals. Participants have an opportunity to discuss many of the most challenging interpersonal leadership challenges facing local government management professionals today with two experienced local government professionals and two organizational psychiatrists who have served the profession for over 40 years.
Participants will be exposed to concepts needed to thrive in an increasingly complex world with multiple personalities, competing self-interests, questionable ethics and the prominence of the information age. Sound judgment, an important concept of the Institute, will help guard against blind pathology and acting without the proper analysis. Organizational and individual performance issues will be discussed and dissected with suggested strategies for addressing a myriad of issues.
Who Should Attend
Local government professionals including chief administrative officers, assistants, and department heads interested in advancing their career who would like to:
• Thrive in an increasingly complex world with multiple personalities, competing self-interests, questionable ethics and the prominence of the information age.
• Function in a complex world with challenges facing local government professionals that can make leaders feel like the healthiest person in the emergency room.
• Implement sound judgment, an important concept of the Institute, which will help guard against blind pathology and acting without the proper analysis.
The Institute customizes learning to the needs of the participants. Learning in teams focusing on real world local government scenarios is a critical component of the Institute.
David M. Limardi, ICMA Midwest Regional Director, Robert R. Kiely. Jr., David E. Morrison, M.D., and Daven Morrison, M.D., will lead participants through an intensive four-and-a-half day program designed to address the challenges facing local government professionals. This Institute is an expansion to Limardi's workshop, Interpersonal Leadership & the New Order of Things.
Each Institute is limited to 40 participants to ensure time for one-on-one coaching, small group and all-participant events
Fee: Tuition for the four-and-a-half day Institute is $2,000 for ICMA members, $2,200 for nonmembers, and includes course materials, continental breakfast daily and lunch.
Team/Group discounts available. Contact Dawn Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-753-0923 for special group rates!
The Institute is held at the Naperville Campus at Northern Illinois University. Accomodations are available near the campus. Visit the website for details
Questions? Contact Dawn Peters at email@example.com or 815-753-0923.
- March 19 - 23, 2018
- 10:00 am 10:00 am CT
- Registration Deadline: 03/01/2018
- 1120 East Diehl Road
- Naperville IL
- Member Price:$2000.00