EMERGE: Leadership Skills for Green Building Advocates

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EMERGE: Leadership Skills for Green Building Advocates

Time: October 5, 2013 at 8am to October 6, 2013 at 5pm
Location: Naturebridge, Marin Headlands
Street: 1033 Fort Cronkhite
City/Town: Sausalito
Website or Map: http://www.naturebridge.org/g…
Phone: 206-200-1864
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Kathleen O'Brien
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2013

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Two-day intensive in beautiful Naturebridge/Marin Headlands preserve with long time green building advocates Rick Chitwood, Ann Edminster, and Kathleen O'Brien presenting a systems-based leadership model to build leadership capacity in professionals hoping to accelerate the adoption of sustainable building and development techniques and processes.  Discounted lodging arrangements nearby for those traveling. 13 GBCI CE
hours and credit toward Living Future Accreditation available. Discounts for CSBAs and local USGBC Chapter members (NCC and REC). Limited enrollment allows for an intimate learning environment. A few partial scholarships available for government & non-profit employees.

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Comment by Ann Edminster on August 7, 2013 at 9:21pm

We're excited to have Rick with us this time! He's the latest in our group of self-described "reluctant leaders" (perhaps we're all reluctant!).

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