Parks and Recreation Managers need many different skills, including programming, finance, operations, supervision, human resources, and leadership. That’s a lot to be on top of. Professional development helps but what about the everyday issues you face? How do you handle uncooperative employees, a stingy council, program snafus, or a critical community issue? Wouldn’t it be good to talk with others in similar positions and learn from them?
The Directors and Supervisors Roundtable is specifically designed for those in leadership who want to meet informally with other leaders to share ideas and challenges, network, and learn together in a supportive and confidential environment. Each quarterly Roundtable will feature a short informative presentation on a common issue followed by a facilitated discussion with your peers on topics, pressures, and dilemmas you may be facing in your organization. The DSR is geared specifically for those in a leadership position who need an open and confidential platform to discuss issues and brainstorm solutions.
Wednesdays - 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
February 3rd, April 7th, August 4th October 13th
8:45 AM Get online, network
9:00 AM Presentation – Determined by participant requests
10:00 AM Hot Topics. - A PRPS facilitated discussion session where participants can share challenges, celebrations, and concerns. This is an opportunity for all participants to share, vent, problem solve, and support each other.
11:00 AM Hot Topics / Wrap up. Planning for the next meeting
$25.00 each or $80.00 for all four - PRPS or NRPA Member
$30.00 each or $100.00 for all four - Non Member
Course registration includes presentations, discussions and shared materials.
Who Can Benefit?
Supervisors, managers, and leaders in the field who are interested in increasing their personal and professional knowledge.
- Department heads and supervisors
- New leaders in the field
- Heads of small departments
- Seasoned leaders who want new ideas
- Professionals who want to share common issues with colleagues.
Dan Hendey, Education Manger for PRPS will host this series of roundtables and tap into his years of experience in recreation and education to facilitate discussions regarding issues and topics that are currently affecting the field. Presentations will be based on participant feedback and designed to provide all with information they can use immediately on their job.