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Thursday Nov. 4, 2010 Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010 Tuesday March 22, 2011 Thursday May 12, 2011 Strategic Planning Yes, Now is the Time! Home Rule Unlocking the Structure and Impact NEW Leadership Lessons Trying Times Demand Sound Leadership (*) New Civics and the Impact of Globalization (*) NEW

CLA Training Tracks Tools & Techniques

Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010 Tuesday Jan. 25, 2011 Tuesday May 24, 2011 Thursday June 9, 2011 Economic Development Project Management Results, Teams and Tools NEW Reaching Out Public Information in the Twitter Age Understanding and Managing Conflict in Stressful Times

Financial Management

Thursday Jan. 13, 2011 Thursday March 10, 2011 Thursday March 31, 2011 Tuesday April 26, 2011 Evaluating Financial Condition Looking At Last Year's Budget Isn't Enough! Understanding Your Government's Finances & Financial Position Budgeting for NGO's Understanding Illinois School Finance: What Community Leaders Should Know NEW

Innovation

Tuesday Dec. 14, 2010 Tuesday March 1, 2011 Thursday April 14, 2011 Tuesday May 3, 2011 Tuesday June 21, 2011 Cultivating Innovation How to Foster an Innovative Environment in Your Organization NEW Governmental Cooperation, Collaboration, & Consolidation in the New Economy Cloud Computing and Other Mysteries of I.T. Beyond the Squeaky Wheel Public Polling, Surveys, & Feedback NEW Governing Partnerships: Getting Greater Effectiveness Out of the Elected Official/Professional Staff Relationship NEW

Organization Development

Tuesday Feb. 8, 2011 Tuesday Feb. 15, 2011 Thursday April 7, 2011 Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part I: Why is Government Personnel Different? Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part II: What to Keep, What to Change, Where to Cut Teamwork and Team Building: Trying Times Also Demand Teamwork

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What is the Civic Leadership Academy?

The Civic Leadership Academy was created in 2004 as a leadership skills development program for elected and appointed leaders and senior managers in government and not-for-profit agencies. The Academy's seminars allow for in-person interactions with fellow participants and instructors using experiential learning techniques. The training program offers a series of workshops across an array of topics central to being an effective governmental leader in the 21st century. Academy workshops expose participants to a mix of leadership and problem solving techniques as well as technical skills focused on today's issues and complex agendas. Sessions are led by recognized experts and instructors in the topic areas offered. Leadership Academy is being offered for the seventh consecutive year as a collaborative effort of Northern Illinois University's Center for Governmental Studies and the University's Outreach Division.

Civic Leadership Academy

Course information 815.753.3705 Registration Information 800.345.9472

Center for Governmental Studies

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Special Discount Offer

Reduced Fees for Colleagues & Co-Workers 1 workshop

The Center for Governmental Studies is celebrating its 41st year of providing a variety of services to enhance the capacity and performance of civic institutions and governments in the northern Illinois region. The Center offers a link to university expertise and resources through its interdisciplinary approach to public management, economic, community development and public policy issues. It conducts a wide variety of studies and assessments of programs and policies, facilitates strategic planning efforts, coorThe one­day workshops are designed to dinates technical assistance and provides give participants new skills for personal professional development opportunities effectiveness and growth in their profes- for elected and appointed officials. sional/governmental roles. Each workshop stands on its own. However, taken together the entire series provides the tools necessary to be a leader in tackling the challenges of a changing region. The Civic

$69 $49

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Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL 60115

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G. Gabris, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

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Home Rule: Unlocking the Structure and Impact

This workshop will offer participants three unique and experienced views of local government Home Rule with particular emphasis on Illinois. The provisions of Home Rule in Illinois were established in the 1970 re-write of the Illinois Constitution. Home Rule gives units of local government the opportunity to assume greater responsibility/decision-making authority from the state level to the local level. The seminar will be presented from three experts including Prof. Emeritus James Banovetz from NIU and Attorney Patrick Lucansky from Klein, Thorpe &

I will be attending more workshops in the future. This is a great program.

Jenkins, Ltd. and Assoc. Professor Curt Wood from NIU's Public Administration Program. Prof. Banovetz and Attorney Lucansky both worked closely on many of the elements of the 1970 provisions that instituted home rule in Illinois. Prof. Wood is currently on sabbatical and undertaking fresh research on the provisions of home rule as an element of public policy in Illinois and beyond. The day is sure to be lively, informative and filled with great perspective from a unique panel of experts in this often debated policy issue.

J. Banovetz, PhD, Professor & Director Emeritus ­ Public Administration ­ NIU P. Lucansky, Esq., Attorney at Law, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd. C. Wood, Assoc. Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

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Leadership & Changing Conditions

Strategic Planning: Yes, Now is the Time!

This workshop is a "guided tour" of the practical techniques and fundamental principles of the strategic planning process. This workshop specifically focuses on developing skills and understanding the power of analyzing current organizational situations, laying out long- and short-range objectives, developing implementation plans, and building an effective follow-up policy decision framework for an organizational strategic plan. Topics will include environmental scanning, problem identification, SWOT analyses, strategy formulation, implementation planning and various sub-elements of the process such as the construction of scenarios.

Very applicable to work duties. I have good starting point materials for policy development.

Leadership & Changing Conditions

Leadership Lessons: Trying Times Demand Sound Leadership

Financial Management

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Evaluating Financial Condition Looking At Last Year's Budget Isn't Enough!

Fiscal performance is the result of a wide variety of environmental and intergovernmental influences. In short, evaluating your city, county, or special districts financial condition must go beyond a simple comparison of this year's budget against last year's budget. Your government's financial "condition" should be evaluated on a longer term basis and should also take into account policy goals, available resources, and principles of management as well as line by line financial data. This seminar will explore the benefits and power of longer-term financial measurement. ICMA's Financial Trend Monitoring System will be explored as a useful tool as will the sensitive subject of "selecting comparables" for any number of analyses in your organization. From pay studies, to performance measures to taxes and expenditures...are you comparing yourself to the right group of comparables?

March 22, 2011

The Leadership Lessons workshop is an active exploration of the "art" of leadership. Participants will study various leadership styles as well as the tools and techniques that are available for leading an organization. The workshop is interactive and uses video and written case studies, simulations and discussion to explore current issues, authors and developments in leadership

theory and practice. Participants will leave the session energized and reflective on how they act and serve as leaders. Administrative leaders, elected officials, volunteer board members and supervisors will all benefit from this course. This workshop is one of two core sessions required to earn a certificate.

G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS

New Civics and the Impact of Globalization

G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS S. Sohl, CPA, PhD (ABD), Research Associate ­ CGS

May 12, 2011

This workshop explores the influence of globalization on our local communities and presents different looks at the impacts of unprecedented change. How will these external trends and changes impact policy decisions, operations and community dynamics? What strategies might be necessary for coping with the challenges and maximizing the opportunities of increased competition and interconnectivity in the global economy? The purpose of the workshop is to better

understand the demographic, development and economic factors that will determine the competitive advantage of local places in an increasingly global world. It also provides an opportunity to explore group and individual leadership roles and responsibilities in the civic environment. The workshop will also examine current trends affecting our region, including the region's role in the global economy.

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Understanding Your Government's Finances & Financial Position

Debits, credits, revenues and expenses--it must be budget season again. This workshop is designed to give participants a critical understanding of the processes, policies and politics that surround governmental budgeting and finance. A public budget is about policy choices--how much money, how to raise it and how to spend it, and how to account for it. Because budgets are about choices, they reflect the priorities and values of those who shape them. This workshop is an introductory survey of public budgeting and financial management. Participants will leave the course with a full appreciation of the ideas, concepts, and techniques important to leadership's understanding of budgets and financial management.

R. Gleeson, PhD, Dir. of CGS/Assoc. Dir. of RDI G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS

B. Caputo, MPA, CPA, Dir. of Finance, City of Aurora

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Certificate of Achievement Professional Continuing Ed

A Certificate of Achievement from the You are eligible to receive continuing Leadership Academy will be awarded to education credit for participation in the participants who complete at least a total program. The number of CEUs is based of four workshops in the program; the two on number of instructional clock hours required courses, (Leadership Lessons: converted to tenths. Continuing profesTrying Times Demand Sound Leadership sional education credits are obtainable and New Civics and the Impact of Global- for licensed CPAs. The number of CPEs is ization), and two or more electives. The based on five instructional clock hours. scheduled lead instructors for each session are indicated on the registration form.

March 31, 2011

Finances are tight for everyone, but nonprofit organizations are on the front-lines of the budget squeeze that has resulted from the financial crisis. Managing your revenues and expenses is more critical than ever. This seminar considers four important issues for nonprofit budgets: alignment of budget and mission, program budgeting, nonprofit performance

reporting including financial and nonfinancial information, and capital budgeting. Demonstrations and applied learning will lead into a discussion of these issues in the context of case studies and spreadsheets. Capital budgeting will be discussed in the afternoon.

K. Thurmaier, PhD, Professor and Director ­ Public Administration ­ NIU A. Schatteman, PhD, Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

Schedule and Location

SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER Each session will run from 9 am to 3:30 pm Reduced Fees for and will take place at NIU Naperville, 1120 Colleagues & Co-Workers

East Diehl Road, Naperville. Participants may sign up for as many workshops as interest them and may start at any time during the year. CLA is offering a reduced fee for a 2nd registered attendee from your organization. A 2nd or more enrollee submitted with your registration will be able to attend the same session at a 50% discount. (1 workshop = $69; two or more workshops = $49 per workshop and per each additional enrollee!) Participants using this special discount must register by fax.

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April 26, 2011

As a newly elected official, the budget process has been somewhat confusing. The instructor erased some of that confusion and did a great job presenting the material.

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delivery of educational services. Included will be an overview of the state budget and the impact it is having on schools. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss current models of school/community collaboration and seek clarification on topics of local interest regarding the funding of schools.

Continental breakfast, lunch buffet, drinks and afternoon snack will be provided.

Registration

Participants may register for one workshop at a time or for multiple workshops. The cost of an individual workshop is $139. If enrolled in one workshop at $139 and later enroll in an additional workshop, the participant will receive the reduced rate of $99 for each additional workshop. Participants enrolling in two or more workshops at the same time will pay a reduced rate of $99 per workshop.

Understanding Illinois School Finance What Community Leaders Should Know

As community leaders work together to meet the needs and expectations of their respective constituencies, it is imperative that everyone understand the unique nature of funding sources and how they work for each government type. In this workshop, the focus will be on school funding and analysis of the critical local, state and federal sources that impact the

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Greg Kuhn [email protected] | 815.753.3705 Janiece Bollie [email protected] | 815.753.7574

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Nov. 4, 2010 Thursday Strategic Planning: Yes, Now is the Time! Economic Development

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Nov. 16, 2010 Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010 Tuesday Dec. 14, 2010 Tuesday Jan. 13, 2011 Jan. 25, 2011 Feb. 8, 2011 Feb. 15, 2011 Mar. 1, 2011 Mar. 10, 2011 Mar. 22, 2011 Mar. 31, 2011 April 7, 2011 April 14, 2011 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Thursday

Home Rule: Unlocking the Structure and Impact NEW Cultivating Innovation How to Foster an Innovative Environment in Your Organization NEW Evaluating Financial Condition Looking At Last Year's Budget Isn't Enough! Project Management: Results, Teams and Tools NEW Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part I: Why is Government Personnel Different? Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part II: What to Keep, What to Change, Where to Cut Governmental Cooperation, Collaboration, & Consolidation in the New Economy Understanding Your Government's Finances & Financial Position Leadership Lessons: Trying Times Demand Sound Leadership (*) Budgeting for NGO's Teamwork and Team Building: Trying Times Also Demand Teamwork Cloud Computing and Other Mysteries of IT Understanding Illinois School Finance: What Community Leaders Should Know NEW Beyond the Squeaky Wheel: Public Polling, Surveys, & Feedback NEW New Civics and the Impact of Globalization (*) NEW Reaching Out: Public Information in the Twitter Age Understanding and Managing Conflict in Stressful Times Governing Partnerships: Getting Greater Effectiveness Out of the Elected Official/Professional Staff Relationship NEW

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All workshops begin at 9 am and end at 3:30 pm on the date shown. Continental breakfast, lunch buffet, drinks and afternoon snack will be provided.

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Organization Development

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Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part I: Why is Government Personnel Different?

Single Attendee Pricing a single workshop ...............................................................................................................$139.00 two or more ........................................................................................................................... $99.00 Additional Attendees registering at the same time for the same single workshop ............................. $69.00 registering at the same time for the same two or more workshops ............. $49.00

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Total number of workshops you're attending Total number of additional enrollees Total number of their workshops Total amount enclosed Continuing Education Contact Hours (number of workshops you're attending × 5)

Have you ever considered that the most expensive and expansive asset of your governmental organization is your human capital (i.e., your personnel)? This twopart workshop will help leaders better appreciate and understand this strategic component of any service organization. The sessions will explore and explain why the management of governmental employees is somewhat unique. How does employee recruitment, selection

and retention actually work? Do these techniques matter? How do you find and select the right people? What are the ramifications if you don't? Why are management employees different? Are they worth the money? Leaders will learn to appreciate the impact of described but misunderstood concepts like organizational culture and silent leadership. Are all the pieces of your organization in place, or in the right place?

G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS

Managing Personnel and the Human Capital of Your Organization Part II: What to Keep, What to Change, Where to Cut

Part Two of the personnel workshop series will press into matters concerning wages, benefits, job content, classifications and labor relations. Boring you think? Think again! Do governments compete in the market place for employees? Absolutely. Do the wages you offer matter? Definitely. Is internal equity an important issue? You bet. Is interest-based bargaining a myth or realistic option? These are some of the common policy themes that come up year after year in organizations, but often are ignored until a crisis emerges. Other topics to be covered in Part Two of this series are: What are the benefits of "designed" HR management systems? The policies and practices of HR management aren't just an afterthought, it's the primary system you have to manage your most expensive and important assets, your people.

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Teamwork and Team Building: Trying Times Also Demand Teamwork

T-E-A-M. As the old saying goes, those four letters stand for "together everyone achieves more". The question is this, how do you build a sense of team? Does teamwork come naturally? What happens to the concept of team in tough times? It's easy to be a team when you're "winning," but what happens when times are tough? This session will explore the nature of teams, the importance and value of teamwork, the pitfalls of trying times and the cost to the organization of "going it alone." The session will include participative exercises and short case studies.

Fax Your Registration (credit cards only) to: 815.753.6900 Make check payable to NIU and mail along with this registration from to: Outreach Services, Registration Office Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115

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Tools & Techniques

Economic Development

Tools & Techniques

Reaching Out: Public Information in the Twitter Age

will also be covered. The workshop will provide participants with key concepts and models of Economic Development and land use planning, which coupled with realistic expectations and strategies, will equip participants with a foundation for supporting their own existing economic development strategies. The game has changed has your approach? This workshop will guide participants through a study of the theory, principles and practices of organizational public relations in the complex environment of leading in the public. Participants will engage in active learning exercises and discussion to help them understand the theories that make-up a strong public relations/public information program. The workshop will also explore the power of knowing and understanding what the media's needs are and how to use them effectively even in the "twitter age." Topics include how to do interviews and presentations and the difference positive communication skills can make in leaving others with a strong professional impression. Crisis strategies and FOIA requests will also be addressed.

Nov. 16, 2010

This workshop will present insights into economic development and the role governments increasingly play in this critical piece of community health in light of the historic economic downturn of 2009. Recent trends and debates in approaches, tools and the relationship between land use decisions, planning, zoning and other regulatory frameworks

R. Dahlstrom, MS, AICP, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate­ CGS R. Gleeson, PhD, Dir. of CGS/Assoc. Dir. of RDI

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M. Green, retired Deputy Police Chief, Northbrook, IL G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS A. Tennes, Marketing Director, Skokie, IL

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This workshop offers practical instruction in leadership skills under stressful conditions, along with the theory and practice of resolution. Having an understanding of the dynamics of leadership and problem-solving under stress will give

Very applicable to work duties. I have good starting point materials for policy development.

Project Management: Results, Teams and Tools

Explore techniques for addressing cross- focuses on cross functional team design functional issues where successful resolu- (such as task forces), team leadership, tion may involve several units within the project management, and getting results. organization. This workshop specifically

G. Gabris, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

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Understanding and Managing Conflict in Stressful Times

A. Medea, MA, lecturer and author of Conflict Unraveled

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participants the basic tools to help them develop effective strategies, respond professionally, and interact calmly and with purpose in the face of today's challenging economic environment.

May 24, 2011

Innovation

Dec. 14, 2010

Cultivating Innovation: How to Foster an Innovative Environment in Your Organization

This workshop focuses on the meaning of innovation as a problem solving tool for public organizations. Learn how such organizations can create management practices that generate more frequent innovations that are also successful. Part of this workshop will involve learning how to diagnose the readiness of your organization to innovate.

Innovation

These new models will enable leaders to better manage competing demands as well as coordinate the integration of

A. Kraus, Exec. Dir. BBD-3 at NIU S. Ferguson, I.T. Dir., Schaumburg

technological changes into old or new organizational arrangements.

G. Gabris, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

Beyond the Squeaky Wheel: Public Polling, Surveys, and Feedback

Instant polling, instant feedback and laptop/pda participation seem to be everywhere in society. Local governments and not-for-profits are not immune to changing expectations when it comes to input, feedback and public participation. With so many choices and so much at stake, the question that surfaces is "What approach is best"? Do all techniques fit all circumstances? Are the results of informal polling, surveys or drop-off cards reliable or legitimate inputs for decision-making? How can you capture public input for key policy decisions and questions? This workshop will approach these questions in two parts: polling and community surveying, and public input and participation for legislative action including public hearings and informational meetings. Dr. Mindy Schneiderman, Asst. Director of NIU's Public Opinion Laboratory will offer vital insights into the methods, techniques and credibility of scientifically designed survey methods vs. post card or do-it-yourself survey software approaches. NIU's POL undertakes over 30 surveys a year for client groups ranging from Federal and state government agencies to local governments. The second half of the seminar will explore new ideas and alternatives to the age old format of public hearings. Practitioners will join NIU staff in talking about approaches that can help capture the "instant input" and "24/7 options" that some seek in public hearings or decisionmaking venues.

March 1, 2011

Governmental Cooperation, Collaboration, & Consolidation in the New Economy

This workshop will explore the changing dynamics between units of government. Current research and writings on the topic about "the strains on the system" will be debated. Do old models really work, and if so, for how long? What can we do better? What can we do together? What shouldn't we do anymore? Shhh ... regions and regionalism will also be explored. Are they really dirty words or simply modern recognition that the world and intergovernmental relations has changed? You decide. We'll take a closer look at networks and collaborations, particularly their logical models and some real world local government examples. Participants will be stimulated to ponder and critically assess "how long can we go on/operate like this?" Professional insight will be presented as to what's realistic, what's on the horizon, and what might be forced on us with regards to governmental consolidation and cooperation.

G. Kuhn, PhD, Asst. Dir. and Sr. Research Associate ­ CGS K. Thurmaier, PhD, Professor and Director ­ Public Administration - NIU| & Professional Panel

M. Schneiderman, PhD, Associate Director - NIU Public Opinion Laboratory

April 14, 2011

This workshop provides leaders with a good foundation to better understand the whirlwind of demands that information technology presents for every organization. Wi-fi, hi-hi or sci-fi? The seminar will present an up-to-date view on technology which every leader should know in order to survive in our digitally-driven

environment. Government is not immune to the advances of technology. Participants will learn why technology matters and what is being embraced out there as "state of the art." Participants will also learn about organizational decision-making approaches they can use to critically assess the viability of new technologies.

This workshop focuses on the group strategies for developing and sustaining behavior of governing boards and what better partnerships between executive we know about it. What behaviors are staff and board officials. dysfunctional and what patterns are beneficial? Participants will explore and learn

G. Gabris, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor ­ Public Administration ­ NIU

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Cloud Computing and Other Mysteries of IT

Governing Partnerships: Getting Greater Effectiveness Out of the Elected Official/Professional Staff Relationship

May 3, 2011

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