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November 27, 2012
League Training Week
Coming to a Location Near You!
We are touring the state to a location near you with a variety of timely topics. You can register for the whole week or whichever topics interest you most. We are also offering a low price if you register for 5 sessions!
First you will find us in Ann Arbor, January 16-18, 2013, offering topics such as the Open Meetings Act & the Freedom of Information Act; parliamentary procedure; service consolidation & shared services; civic engagement through social media; and finance for the non-finance municipal official.
We will also be in the following locations:
- Frankenmuth, February 14-15, 2013
- Kalamazoo, March 13-15, 2013
- Lansing, April 24-26, 2013
- Mackinaw City, May 15-17, 2013
- Muskegon, June 5-7, 2013
Click here for details and to register.
You Won! Now What? Newly Elected Officials Trainings
This newly elected officials training consists of core topics that will help educate first-time elected officials, as well as seasoned officials, on the basic functions they will need to know in their roles as public leaders. Topics include: introduction to League services; an overview of basic local government; roles and responsibilities of elected officials; Open Meetings Act (OMA); Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); and a panel discussion with seasoned elected officials.
Register for one of these sessions:
December 5 – Lansing
December 12 – Ann Arbor
Can’t make either of the trainings? We are offering a three-part webinar in January for Newly Elected Officials. You can register for the part you are most interested in, or buy a package of all three!
January 8 – Local Government 101 Webinar
January 15 – Open Meetings Act
January 22 – Freedom of Information Act
Click here for the package of all three!
Michigan Local Government Management Association Winter Institute
January 29-February 1, 2013
Royal Park Hotel, Rochester
The 2013 Winter Institute will take place January 29-February 1, at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester. While the primary purpose of the Winter Institute is to provide opportunities for professional development, it will also provide an ideal setting for the sharing of ideas, mentoring, networking, and benefitting from the collective experience of the membership.
The planning committee has been successful in securing high-quality speakers and concurrent sessions. Here is just a glimpse of what kind of topics to expect:
- Communicating Under the Worst of Times: Death of an Officer
- Sandbox Essentials of Communication
- Communicate Your Position: The Basics of Negotiation
- Communicating Through Social Media
- Making the MML Wage and Salary Survey Work for You
- Main Street Makeover: City of Rochester
- The Election Is Over, So Now What?
- FOIA: Demanding Communication
- And so much more!
For more details on this program and to view a full agenda, please visit www.mlgma.org.