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6th Annual Network Leadership Training Academy
May 16-18, 2018-Denver, CO

Registration will open in January 2018.  Join our NLTA Facebook page for event updates.


The annual Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a 3-day interactive workshop for network leaders and members from across sectors to develop skills that reflect the adaptive and innovative needs of managing a diverse group of stakeholders. The NLTA creates a peer-learning environment for conversations about network leadership, activities to learn and demonstrate ideas and skills, and practical tools to more effectively manage your individual organization in a network context and lead inter-organizational networks.

NLTA 2017
Click here to check out the 2017 NLTA Event Summary Report.

Welcome to the 5th Annual Network Leadership Training Academy hosted by the Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs We are excited to spend the next three days together building a community of network leaders.

The 2017 theme is “Building a Community of Network Leaders” with an emphasis on facilitation skills, which will be incorporated into each session and leave with you with the competencies and tools to become a skilled network leader.

The full program can be found here. Below is a daily snapshot of the event. For questions about the NLTA, email: nlta@ucdenver.edu.

THE CENTER ON NETWORK SCIENCE
At the Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver our mission is to help people and communities access and leverage resources to become stewards of their own health and well-being. We do that by engineering tools to make personal and community assets visible, identify gaps, and strengthen the system of resources. We focus on building interactive accessible tools (such as the PARTNER, www.partnertool.net), designing and conducting systems evaluation (specializing in measurement), and building capacity of people and communities to use skills and tools to make a lasting impact. See more at www.center-networkscience.net.