The Heartland Center for Leadership Development is an
independent, nonprofit organization developing local leadership
that responds to the
challenges of the future of small towns and rural communities.
* Research and Evaluation of small towns and rural communities.
* Training through interactive workshops and webinars.
* Facilitation of community planning processes.
* Compiling Information into useful and practical publications for widespread use.
The 2014 Community Capitals Framework Institute, sponsored by the Heartland Center for Leadership Development, the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and South Dakota State University, will focus on employment of the Community Capitals Framework on issues related to water management, drought planning, public health in rural communities, ecotourism and rural and community development.
Who should attend? We invite those using the CCF in their practice, research and evaluation work as well as those who want to know more about the framework and how they might use it. Those who attend will have an opportunity to share their work and experiences with others and to develop strategies for applying the CCF to current research, practice and evaluation efforts. Please send abstracts to Kurt Mantonya at the Heartland Center for Leadership. Submission of abstracts is not a requirement of attendance.
The Institute will start Wednesday, November 5, at 1:00 p.m. and end at 12:00 noon on Friday, November 7. Please also share the invitation to participate with others who have an interest in community and organizational vitality.
Your regular registration fee of $150 ($75 for students) will include activities and materials, a networking reception, breaks and your lunch on Thursday. The hotel offers a hot breakfast. Use the link below to register.
Join us in Silverton, Oregon on October 27-29 for three days of exciting learning. The workshop will weave together many
themes all focused on creating more prosperous communities. Learning will come from great presenters, panelists,
and the participants themselves. Look for:
• Focus on hard skills and knowledge including market economics
• Focus on soft skills and knowledge such as relationship development
• Practical application and use of the new learning
• A catalyzing environment inspiring the participants to apply their learning in their own communities with
courage and confidence