'Leadership on the Line' Summit Hosted by College of Public Affairs, Oct. 25-26
October 24, 2018
Contact: Office of Government and Public Affairs
The University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs welcomes the National Forum for Black Public Administrators for its "Leadership on the Line" Summit on Oct. 25-26. This innovative conference will bring together public sector leaders from the Virginia and Baltimore-Washington region, along with other areas of the country, to engage in strategic conversations regarding critical challenges facing their jurisdictions and innovative approaches to address these issues. Registration is available online; details are listed below.
The summit will be held in UB's William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center (home of the Merrick Schoolof Business), 11 W. Mt. Royal Ave. Session topics include:
- Holistic Community Development: Transforming Communities by Addressing Community Needs
- Safety First: Protecting Your Online Brand
- Eliminating Opioids as a First Responder
- Building an Equitable City: Improving Communities by Tackling Inequality
- Maintaining an Ethical Workplace (CEU offered)
- Addressing Secondary and Vicarious Trauma in Front Line Responders
- Lessons from the Lab: Stronger Evidence for Stronger Cities
- Managing Communications in a Crisis
- Crisis Interventon Training: A Multi-Agency Approach to Impact Vital Community Concerns
The open plenary session, "How to Manage When Leadership is On the Line? Area City Managers and Chief Administrative Officers Discuss Challenges to Leadership," will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Oct. 25.
Registration is available by visiting this page.
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