Life in Complex Times Series | Building Community
In this session, we will work together to activate the collective intelligence of the group to find new solutions for challenges in our work life, personal growth and in building community in today's complex world!
How could conversations of possibility shift your work and life? Build confidence and capacity for complex challenges. Learn and practice proven patterns and methods for collaborative leadership and change. Making the most of conversations that matter!
Bring your key issues, challenges, existing and emerging projects, and questions. The stuff you are working on now - or want to begin soon.
Mondays 11:30-1pm (bring your own lunch)
February 27 -- building community
Cost: $20 per session
As a business owner and former Mayor of Grand Marais (2009-2010) and Cook County Commissioner (2011-2014), Sue Hakes knows that rural communities are wrestling with big challenges that require strong leadership. As a Bush Foundation Fellow, Sue earned a Public Affairs Leadership Certificate at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs and has studied leadership in the Executive Education program at Harvard Kennedy School. Serious about bringing the gifts of her Fellowship to her home community, Sue mentors and supports rural women and men in all sectors. She is especially passionate about understanding issues that divide us and working to find new solutions to the increasing challenges in our world today. She currently serves on the Rural and Indigenous Leadership (RAIL) Board, and the Advisory Councils for the Cook County Community YMCA and the Duluth Area Family YMCA. Sue lives in Grand Marais with her husband, John Gorski, where she enjoys the outdoors, friends, volunteering, local politics, and time with their dog, Laker. A life-long Minnesotan, she is especially proud of being an Aunt and a Great Aunt.
This series is made possible by a grant from the North Shore Health Care Foundation
CONTACT: Cook County Higher Education
DATE: 02/23/2017 11:34am