NEWS

New LMC Board Members and Officers Elected for 2016-2017 Terms

In addition to educational sessions and speakers, the 2016 Annual Conference was also time for League elections. Several new members and officers were elected to the organization’s Board of Directors for 2016-17 at the annual business meeting.

See the list of new board members and officers

EVENTS+

Running Effective Meetings and Leading with Civility

Various dates and locations in July
While different opinions can lead to better decisions, there are times when disagreements can make meetings less productive. Join colleagues from county, school, and township boards to explore how your role as mayor gives you unique opportunities to encourage civility and run effective meetings.
Read more and register for this workshop

2016 Clerks' Orientation Conference

August 2-4—St. Paul, MN
If you are new to your job, or have never attended the League of Minnesota Cities Clerks’ Orientation Conference, this 3-day workshop is a must. This conference provides excellent basic training for city employees charged with municipal clerk’s duties—including essential information on election laws, financial management, data practices, human resources, and insurance and loss control issues.
Read more about and register for the 2016 Clerks' Conference

SPOTLIGHT+

City Learning Point: Professional Online Training

City Learning Point provides online courses that are easy to navigate and designed specifically for the staff and elected officials of Minnesota cities.

It’s affordable, convenient, effective training just for Minnesota cities!

Read more about City Learning Point

SOCIAL+

Want a Special Legislative Session? Let Legislators Know

Materials from Annual Conference Now Available

Resource Library

Check out the Resource Library to find handbooks, manuals, information memos, publications, and other resources you need to govern and manage your city.

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What skill is most important when running effective meetings?

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What skill is most important when running effective meetings?

  • Diagnosing causes of conflict
  • Working with a variety of opinions
  • Leading with civility
  • Creating understanding

Elected officials can explore these topics and more during these upcoming workshops on leading effective meetings.

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