B-104: Utilizing Strategic Planning (2-part series; valid for 4 credits)
Strategic planning is critical to achieving real results in your township and the larger region in which you live. Yet the creation of a strategic plan may be a delicate matter in a politically-charged environment, especially when dealing with entities outside of your jurisdiction but which can positively or negatively impact your community. Discover what strategic exploration entails as well as all the voices that must be heard in the planning process in order to develop a solid plan that aligns the township’s resources and creates favorable outcome.
This webcast includes two segments (part 1 and part 2), which can be viewed separately for your convenience. TGA candidates must view both segments and complete a PAC form as well as the course quiz (after part 2) to receive credit.
Susan Radwan, CAE, Leading Edge Mentoring, Grand Ledge
Susan is a governance and leadership consultant who focuses on facilitating an authentic leadership process, resulting in accountability in leadership and governance. She is a regular presenter at MTA functions and served as the primary consultant for the development of the Township Governance Academy.