7th Annual Network Leadership Training Academy
Denver CO | April 15-17, 2019
Registration opens December 2018
Are you a member of a community collaborative made up of organizations focused on a shared goal?
Have you built up a network of partners to help you reach your organizational and professional goals?
Are you looking for a place to learn more about how more effectively engage in the “network way of working”?
The Center on Network Science’s annual Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a 3-day interactive workshop for network leaders, funders, evaluators, and members from across sectors . Network leadership, what some call collaborative leadership, requires a unique type of leadership style, tools and resources.
The NLTA provides a space to foster meaningful connections among colleagues, enhance knowledge and skills related to network science principles and practices, and learn about practical tools to more effectively build, manage, and evaluate inter-organizational and community networks.
Registration will open in December 2018. If you would like to be added to our contact list for NLTA announcements, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 information coming soon. Visit our Travel & Hotels page for information on getting to and staying in Denver, Colorado. We will have several hotels with special event rates for your convenience.
2019 information coming soon. Visit our Speakers & Sessions page to learn more about the topics we’ll be exploring and the speakers who will be joining you at the NLTA!
PAST 2018 Agenda
(2019 Information will be available Winter 2019)
More about the nlta
The annual Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a 3-day interactive workshop for network leaders, funders, evaluators, and members from across sectors to develop skills that reflect the adaptive and innovative needs of managing a diverse group of stakeholders. The NLTA provides a space to foster meaningful connections among colleagues, enhance knowledge and skills related to network science principles and practices, and learn about practical tools to more effectively build, manage, and evaluate inter-organizational and community networks.
Drawing on the latest in network theory, research, and practice on collaborative leadership, the objective of this training is to enhance the skills of network leaders/members so they can be highly effective both in managing their individual organization in a network context and in managing and leading networks themselves. The NLTA training is packed full of opportunities for attendees to share their own experiences and skills in small and large group activities and interact with leading thinkers in networks leadership in large group and breakout sessions.
The large-group core trainings will be led by experts in the area of collaborative leadership, partnership development, network effectiveness, and evaluation of interorganizational collaboration. Specific breakout workshops are led by an experienced practitioners as an opportunity for small group conversations, interactive activities, and skill building with others with similar interests and challenges. Together, these trainers compose a team of experts that are well-versed in network leadership topics, have years of experience translating research to inform evidence-based practice, and are committed to improving the way people can utilize networks to reach outcomes.
The NLTA is co-hosted in partnership by The CU-Denver School of Public Affairs’ Center on Network Science, and Visible Network Labs, a data science start-up working to make network data visible through training, tools and resources.