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"Show Me" Pre-Conference Workshops

Submitted by Jane Leonard

 

Show Me the Pre-Conference Workshops!

They call Missouri the “Show Me State” so to follow our host’s advice, we want to Show You some amazing highlights of the Pre-Conference Workshops on Sunday July 14.

First, a quick reminder that the deadline to register for pre-conference workshops is by 11:59 p.m. (GMT5), June 10, 2019. For details about the conference, venue and to register, go to: https://www.comm-dev.org/networking/2019-conference

  • They will be held Sunday, July 14th at the Bond Life Sciences Center (the conference main venue) or in adjacent classrooms. Register for a workshop when you register for the conference.
  • Pre-Conference Workshops are optional and require an additional fee at registration. Register by 11:59 p.m., June 10, 2019. 
  • Four workshops are half-day long, and two are full day and include lunch.

And now, Show Me the cavalcade of 2019 CDS Pre-Conference Workshops:

Take some deep dives into leadership development, social network analysis, workforce development, arts & culture to increase community capacity, design & community development, and assessing university & community partnerships.

Your Show Me guides are folks with deep experience in their topics and deep excitement that you might join in the Sunday journey with colleagues from near and far.

Taking People With You: A Strategic Communication Approach to Leadership (1-4 p.m, $40)

This interactive workshop draws on David Novak's insight-driven approach to leadership that ultimately led to his rise to Chairman of YUM! Brands. Participants will learn to: identify their big goal; use step-change and a people map to design a plan to achieve it; implement strategy, structure and culture to realize the plan; and follow through to get results. Presented by Jeannette H. Porter, Novak Leadership Institute, University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Using social network analysis to measure social capital(1-4 p.m, $40)

Participants will learn how to use social network analysis (SNA) as a tool for measuring social capital, compare and contrast the methods and practices of two different networks, and discuss how measuring social capital with an SNA might lead to stronger network connections. Presented by Bob Bertsch, North Dakota State University

Workforce Development: How Do We Scale to Meet This Need? (1-4 p.m, $40)

How do you systematically engage in building meaningful interventions in workforce development and challenges faced when addressing the multifaceted workforce issues in the 21st century? This workshop holds the key. Presented by Robert Russell, University of Missouri Extension

Preparing Place: Can Arts and Culture Save Rural America? (1-4 p.m, $40)

Explore the role of arts and culture in the development of institutional and community capacity in rural communities while discussing strategies that demonstrate how the thoughtful inclusion of arts and culture helps bridge existing community gaps. Presented by John Robert 'Bob' Reeder, Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation.

New Dimensions in Community Development (10 am.-4 p.m. includes lunch, $60)

Community development processes often struggle to give physical form to community goals and projects while intensive charrettes often generate high levels of community involvement and design ideas, but can be fleeting jolts of energy. This full day workshop offers participants a synthesis of theoretical and practical knowledge of participatory community design and shows its value for the field of community development. Presented by Todd Johnson, University of Wisconsin - River Falls (Extension)

Assessing University-Community Partnerships (10 am.-3 p.m. includes working lunch, $60)

Participants will assess the depth to which aspirations for equity, social justice, democratic practice, mutual respect, shared authority, and co-creation are realized in university-community partnerships in this full day workshop. Presented by Margaret Stout, West Virginia University

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