[Coral-List] Conservation Leadership Workshop at ICCB2013 (application required)

Malin Pinsky malin.pinsky at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 21:55:00 EST 2013

*Society for Conservation Biology*

*Building Leadership Capacity in Conservation Workshop *

Interested in becoming a more effective conservation leader? The Society
for Conservation Biology will host a 2-day “Building Leadership Capacity in
Conservation” workshop at the 2013 International Congress for Conservation
Biology <http://www.conbio.org/mini-sites/iccb-2013> in Baltimore,
Maryland, USA. This highly interactive *pre-conference* workshop is for 25
conservation professionals from around the world, tailored to the unique
needs of conservation scientists and practitioners at any stage in their
career.  Drawing on cutting-edge leadership theory, workshop exercises will
give participants:

1.       an understanding of their own strengths and areas for growth,

2.       conceptual tools that help identify and prioritize leadership

3.       increased skill in strategy development and building
collaborations; and

4.       a foundation for future leadership development.

The pre-conference workshop takes place *20-21 July* (Saturday and Sunday)
in Baltimore. ICCB kicks off on Sunday evening 21 July and runs through 25

Limited funding to support marine-related participants from developing
countries is available, thanks to a partnership with The Nature
Conservancy. See the application for details.

Application closes on *15 March 2013*. For more information and to apply
for the workshop, see the attached flyer and please follow:
http://svy.mk/10s8x1K or email iccb.leadership at gmail.com

 Society for Conservation Biology

 1017 O Street, NW

 Washington, DC 20001-4229 US

 w: 1-202-234-4133 x100


Visit us online at www.conbio.org


*Connecting Systems, Disciplines, and Stakeholders*

21-25 July 2013

Baltimore, Maryland, USA


Malin Pinsky
David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University
malin.pinsky at gmail.com

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