Registration for this year’s Executive Education Course from the International Centre for Co-operative Management at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax is closing Wednesday, September 28 at 11:59 pm EDT!
Launched in conjunction with NCBA CLUSA’s 2022 Cooperative IMPACT Conference, “Taking Action on Principle 6: Leveraging Our Collective Potential” will be held exclusively in-person on Tuesday, October 4 from 9 am-4:30 pm EDT at the National Cooperative Bank (NCB)’s Innovation Room at 2011 Crystal Dr., Arlington, Virginia 22202.
This year’s course is available for $300 as an optional session when you register for the 2022 Cooperative IMPACT Conference. Reserve your spot before registration closes on Wednesday, September 28.
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During this interactive course, you’ll join fellow cooperators in discovering that inter-cooperation is hardwired into the co-op business model’s DNA, motivating us to work together. You’ll hear from a range of diverse perspectives—from the role of associations and federations to business partnerships and supply chains, to the development of new co-operatives. All content and examples will illustrate the benefits of inter-cooperation in strengthening cooperatives, communities and economies. This short course will discuss a range of frameworks and examples, giving you and your cooperative the tools to do more and go further to leverage the movement’s collective potential.
Presented by the International Centre for Co-operative Management at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, this course is facilitated by the Centre’s Managing Director KAREN MINER and Academic Director DR. SONJA NOVKOVIC. The course includes key contributions by FRED FREUNDLICH (LANKI, University of Mondragon); ERBIN CROWELL, a graduate of the Centre’s Master of Management, Co-operatives and Credit Unions, Executive Director of the Neighboring Food Co-op Association and member of NCBA CLUSA’s Board of Directors; and other guest presenters.
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