Live Zoom Workshop – Great Planning Commission Meetings
Thursday, July 13, 2023 – 10:00 am to 11:30 am Pacific time
Registration closes Wednesday before at 6 pm Pacific time
Planning commissions are a vital part of community functioning. Economics and emotions are all mixed up in the issues they consider. How can you balance community needs and member views? Learn how to conduct effective discussion and public comment. Review 9 planning commission pitfalls and acquire tips and tools for great meetings. This workshop content applies to all citizen advisory commissions, boards, and committees.
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This 75-minute workshop includes break-out groups to learn from colleagues and bonuses: recording of the workshop, extensive reference materials, and access to our self-paced online course. We will open the workshop 30 minutes early for casual networking. You can also tee up your questions for Ann at this time.
Your registration is personal to you. If others wish to attend, please register them separately. Because your registration includes access to the recording, refunds are not provided. Space is limited. Registration closes at 6 pm Pacific time on the Wednesday before the workshop.
Read more about planning commission and citizen advisory pitfalls here.
Clear and concise guidance for effective leadership of a board/commission. Highly recommended for both new and experienced leaders. Donna Tinberg
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- Meeting discussion, Point of Order and Appeal
- Motions and Amendments
- Authority and role of chair, members, and staff
- How to do this?
- Planning commission and citizen advisory committee pitfalls