5th Annual Network Leadership Training Academy
 April 26-28, 2017 – University of Colorado-Denver

Register Now! Limited Spaces Available 
Early Registration Rates End March 17

Many people today find themselves engaged in the “network way of working”- either as a member or leader/backbone of a cross-sector community network. These networks are often developed as a way to leverage the collective knowledge and resources of multiple organizations and communities to address complex social problems. However, traditional approaches to managing these processes primarily include practices that hinder our ability to foster new ways of working across boundaries. Learning to be an effective network leader requires skills to build, manage, and evaluate networks of people and organizations.

The annual Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a 3-day interactive workshop for network leaders and members from across sectors to develop skills that reflect the adaptive and innovative needs of managing a diverse group of stakeholders. The NLTA creates a space for conversations about network leadership, activities to learn and demonstrate ideas and skills, and practical tools to more effectively manage your individual organization in a network context and lead inter-organizational networks. Hosted by the Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs.

We hope you can join us in cultivating a community of network leaders! Please find more event details below.

Early registration pricing ends Friday, March 17. Be sure to register early- we are starting to fill up quickly and limited spaces are available. More information can be found below about conference discounts, scholarships, and hotel rates. 

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