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  1. Calendar Overlay LELA Educational Opportunities (2)
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LELA Educational Opportunities

  1. How Are We Doing? Evaluating Manager and Board Performance -Wilson County

    April 17, All Day

    Boards and managers work interdependently in leading and governing their communities. To work together successfully, both parties must have clear and common expectations about their respective roles and how they will be held accountable. Regular, constructive feedback is important to ensure that both parties do their part to meet community expectations. Participants who complete this program will learn how to develop a successful evaluation process and how to avoid the pitfalls common with board self-assessments and manager evaluations.

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  2. Economic Development Symposium

    April 29, 9:00 AM - April 30, 1:00 PM @ The Quorum Center

    An Economic Development Symposium will bring county officials together with industry experts and business leaders for a day-and-a-half of learning and interaction. Facilitated sessions will not only provide a look into what business leaders and economic development consultants consider paramount when they are looking to start, grow, expand or relocate a business or industry, but will also provide a forum for county officials to share their thoughts on what counties can do to foster positive economic growth strategies.

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  1. How Are We Doing? Evaluating Manager and Board Performance -Wilson County

    April 17, All Day

    Boards and managers work interdependently in leading and governing their communities. To work together successfully, both parties must have clear and common expectations about their respective roles and how they will be held accountable. Regular, constructive feedback is important to ensure that both parties do their part to meet community expectations. Participants who complete this program will learn how to develop a successful evaluation process and how to avoid the pitfalls common with board self-assessments and manager evaluations.

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  2. Local Food Policy Councils Webinar

    April 17, All Day

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  3. Economic Development Symposium

    April 29, 9:00 AM - April 30, 1:00 PM @ The Quorum Center

    An Economic Development Symposium will bring county officials together with industry experts and business leaders for a day-and-a-half of learning and interaction. Facilitated sessions will not only provide a look into what business leaders and economic development consultants consider paramount when they are looking to start, grow, expand or relocate a business or industry, but will also provide a forum for county officials to share their thoughts on what counties can do to foster positive economic growth strategies.

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