Wednesday, July 13, 2016

JCEP Leadership Conference 2017

Make a difference . . .
Show up at the 2017 JCEP Leadership Conference.
This is one you do not want to miss.

February 8-9, 2017

The 2017 JCEP Leadership Conference is in a new location with a new focus.

The purpose of the JCEP Leadership Conference is to support Extension leadership succession planning and development nationwide.
■ What bold steps does Extension need to make to be a part of the future?
■ What skills do emerging leaders need to be able to be proactive, nimble and relevant in the digital age?
■ What steps can leaders make to identify and respond to emerging issues?
Concurrent session presentations will illustrate, demonstrate and/or provide hands-on learning opportunities, skills or models that can be replicated by individuals.

Lead the discussion as a presenter in one of four tracks:
■ Identifying and Responding to Emerging Issues
■ Strategic Planning Tools and Methods
■ Program Evaluation Planning and Program Improvement
■ Leadership Challenges, Collaborations and Partnerships

Due Date – September 30, 2016
The Joint Council of Extension Professionals (JCEP) Leadership Conference brings together individuals from around the nation from all levels and subject matter areas of Extension.

EMERGING ISSUES: A focus of this year’s leadership conference will be to engage Extension professionals in identifying and addressing leadership strategies around emerging issues.
The JCEP 2017 Leadership Conference will assist Extension’s current and emerging leaders in preparing for and responding to the rapidly changing needs of stakeholders.
What vision will support Extension’s future? How can innovation support Extension’s continued relevance in a rapidly changing world? What could this mean for administrators and educators alike?
Who should attend? Directors, middle managers, department heads, association leadership representatives, emerging leaders within an organization, educators/faculty leading key Extension programs for stakeholders and Extension faculty/educators who desire to increase their leadership skills.

No comments:

Post a Comment