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CAO Forum – Leading Through Change

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The CAO Forum is an annual offering for local government chief administrative officers (CAOs) to meet with their colleagues and discuss issues of mutual concern in a congenial atmosphere. After shifting to entirely virtual delivery, the 2022 CAO Forum will return to the traditional in-person in strict adherence to communicable disease protocols. Additional webinars on key subject areas are included with registration to the 2022 CAO Forum. The Forum will feature interactive, two-way discussions with speakers on subjects of interest to local governments and provide an excellent opportunity for frank and open dialogue. The 2022 Forum is designed to inspire CAOs to lead through change with resiliency.

CAO Forum March 1-3, 2022 Plus additional online programming April 22, May 6, November 25, 2022.

Registration is limited to CAOs, appointed Deputy CAOs and Executive Director CEOs of Affiliate Members. CAO Forum sessions can be used towards Continuous Professional Learning credits.

Early Bird rates are offered until December 31: $675 + GST LGMA Member, $735 + GST Non-Member

Regular rates after January 1: $790 + GST LGMA Member, $845 + GST Non-Member

Location: Kelowna

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Date:
March 1
Cost:
$790
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Website:
https://www.lgma.ca/cao-forum

Organizer

Local Government Management Association of BC
Phone:
(250) 383-7032
Email:
office@lgma.ca
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