TM REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration includes handout materials, breaks, snacks and lunches. To reserve your space, complete the Registration Form and Payment Information, then return to Alexa Pritchard via email or address listed below. 4 registrations from the same agency get a 5th one FREE, if registered by Friday, January 10 Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 22 Received on or before January 10 Member $70 Non Member $85 Received on or after January 11 Member $75 Non Member $90 CEUs Available! $10 for CPRS members, $20 for non-members Registration Form Name _______________________________________________________________________________________ Title _________________________________________________________________________________________ JANUARY 30TH 2014 EXECUTIVE SUMMIT THINK AGAIN: LEARNING “HOW TO THINK” N OT “ WHAT TO T H I N K ” Agency ______________________________________________________________________________________ Address ______________________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip _________________________________________________________________________________ Email ____________________________________________ Phone _____________________________________ SUMMIT FACILITATORS Vegetarian meal needed Payment Information # of member registrations ______________________ Check payable: City of Roseville-CPRS Admin Section # of non-member registrations__________________ Discover # of member CEUs ___________________________ # of non-member CEUs _______________________ 5th person discount (does not apply to CEUs) ______ Total Due: __________________ Return To Alexa Pritchard [email protected] MasterCard Visa Name: ________________________________________ Card #: ________________________________________ Expiration Date: _______ Alexa Pritchard Roseville Sports Center 1545 Pleasant Grove Blvd Roseville CA 95747 MIKE SHELLITO ROY STEARNS JANE ADAMS Maidu Community Center • 1550 Maidu Drive • Roseville, CA 95661 THINK AGAIN! Directors and administrators face greater demands today than at any time in recent decades. Agencies have been asked to down size, consolidate, outsource and do more with less. Executive level leaders face the challenge of remaining relevant and producing real results that citizens value. The Executive Summit will be different from the typical one-day workshop. The program is partially modeled after Harvard’s Executive Education program’s approach of using real-life case studies to engage participants in deeper discussions about important issues and learn from each other. But what results? Given the multiplicity of their responsibilities, what specific results should the leadership team attempt to improve first? And what works? Given limited resources and flexibility, how can agency leaders achieve the results and organizational improvements needed to survive in the present, and thrive in the future. The goal of the summit is to identify the critical issues and challenges facing agencies and administrators and explore the skills needed to become effective decision makers. Learn how to create both systems and culture within your organizations to creatively plan for the future and solve today’s most challenging problems. The Reality of Rigorous Relevance & Results Public agencies face greater demands from a jaded and skeptical public today than at any time in recent decades. Throughout the United States, tax support of parks and recreation has declined sharply, the demand for services has spiked, and trust in government has fallen to an all time low. This session will explore the reality of local government finance and public sector support for parks and recreation in relation to other local government services. The future will demand that public agencies become rigorously relevant and achieve results in a more cost effective way. Participants will be challenged to determine "what and who matters most" and how to achieve the results that elected officials and the public value most. Partner to Prosper We can no longer go it alone. Success in the future will require leveraging capacity through strategic partnerships and contract relationships with other public agencies, non-profit organizations and private companies. This session will highlight case studies of innovative partnerships with park & facility development, maintenance & operations, and revenue & program management. Discuss how to determine what to “steer” versus what to “row,” and why most partnerships and contract relationships succeed or fail. Problem Solving & Decision Making Tough decisions are the essence of leadership. At the executive manager level, learning “how to think” versus “what to think” requires expanding and enhancing our critical thinking skills. Learn how to develop the knowledge and skills to find creative solutions and make the best decisions related to budget, staffing, reorganization, prioritizing services and planning for the future. This session explores how to avoid the emotional and intellectual pitfalls that lead even the most experienced leaders to make mistakes. Participants use case studies to navigate “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” scenarios of problem solving and decision-making. SPEAKERS WHO SHOULD ATTEND? The 2014 Executive Summit is a premier educational experience for Directors, Assistant Directors, Superintendents and other Executive SESSIONS level personnel in key decision making positions within public agencies providing parks, recreation and similar community services. AGENDA - JANUARY 30TH, 2014 About Mike Shellito Mike Shellito has been a visionary and influential leader in the parks and recreation profession in California and throughout the United States. Prior to his retirement in 2010 as City Manager of Roseville, Mike served as the Director of Parks and Recreation where he oversaw the planning, development and operations of Roseville’s Gold Medal Award winning park system. During his 35 year career, Mike received numerous professional awards for his innovative and progressive approach to management, including the National Recreation and Park Association’s Distinguished Service Award and the California Park and Recreation Society’s Hall of Fame Award. Mike is a graduate of Harvard University Executive Program and Disney Institute. Mike Shellito is now the Principle Consultant at Shellito Training and Consulting. 8:15-8:45am Registration 9:00-9:15am Welcome, Introductions & Overview 9:15-11:15am The Reality of Rigorous Relevance Result presented by Jane Adams & Michael Shellito 11:30am-12:30pm Lunch About Jane Adams 12:30-2:15pm Partner to Prosper presented by Michael Shellito 2:15-4:15pm Problem Solving & Decision Making presented by Roy Stearns & Michael Shellito Jane Adams is the Executive Director of CPRS. During Jane’s tenure, CPRS released the first strategic plan for the park and recreation profession in 2009, Creating Community in the 21st Century. An outcome of the Creating Community action plan is the creation of CPRS’ research based public awareness campaign, Parks Make Life Better!® This is the first statewide public opinion research based public relations effort in the nation. 4:15-4:30pm Wrap-Up & Thanks About Roy Stearns Roy Stearns has more than 30 years of experience in writing, reporting and news management in both newspapers and television. At KCRA-TV in Sacramento, Roy worked as a senior correspondent, consistently assigned to major stories being reported. Roy also was appointed by both Governors Davis and Schwarzenegger to the position of Deputy Director for Communications for the California State Parks. In this position, Roy was the head of the Department’s Communications Office serving as the supervisor of all public information officer activities for the Department’s 278 parks statewide. Roy also served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, completing both active and reserve duty assignments, attaining the rank of Colonel. Jane is the CPRS spokesperson to national, state, and local government officials; nonprofit organizations; and federal and state agencies. She currently serves on the Strategic Alliance for Promoting Healthy Foods & Activity Environments, the Healthy Places Coalition, and she serves on the Leadership Team for the State Department of Public Health’s Community Transformation Grant (CTG) from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She is a frequent speaker to state and national organizations.
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