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Haynes Johnson scheduled for leadership summit, August 11-14.

NLC's first Leadership Summit will engage nationally known participants in a dialogue on the changing social and political conditions affecting our nation's cities. During this summit, August 11-14 in Monterey, California, 200 mayors and councilmember from across the country will explore new strategies for responding to these conditions while strengthening their our capacity for leading change.

Presenters in this dialogue include Haynes Johnson, Pulitizer-Prize winner and Ronald Heifetz, professor of Leadership, Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government; Frances Moore Lappe' and Paul DuBois, co-founders of the Institute for the Arts of Democracy.

Those interested in participating in this summit should call NLC's Leadership Institute, (202) 626-3170.
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Title Annotation:1993 National League of Cities Leadership Summit
Author:Ashton, Mary
Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Date:Jun 28, 1993
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