Vail Valley Partnership is pleased to introduce Community Resiliency Bootcamp, an opportunity to dive deep with likeminded professionals into eight different issues that are defining the future of Eagle County.
Vail Valley Partnership has made a commitment to the quality of Eagle County’s future. We are pleased to offer this as a part of Vail Valley Works, the premier local program for establishing, training, and supporting a network of aware and knowledgeable citizens ready to take on the challenges of an ever-changing community.
WHY SHOULD I REGISTER?
Our business community has been, and still is, facing an unprecedented disruption. We believe that the way through these issues is together, with our friends and neighbors who are experiencing similar struggles but know the benefit of working towards solutions together.
Whether you live, work or just play in Eagle County, you’ve made a conscious choice to do so thanks to the incredible quality of life and opportunities that are afforded you here. However, as with any great place, there are underlying issues that we can all learn more about with the goal of coming together around solutions.
At Vail Valley Partnership we believe in creating change and supporting innovation and that it will begin with a firm commitment to seriously analyze our challenges and to identify, educate, train, and support our business leaders to shed a light on those issues. We’re making the commitment develop the intelligent, creative, and energetic local leadership network that is essential for the community to achieve its full potential.
Each topic will be led by local and regional experts. Each topic will also feature a “takeaway” comprised of information and strategies that you can start to implement immediately around each of these topics. The group will be limited to 20 participants to encourage a focused and comfortable discussion format.
The Community Resiliency Bootcamp topics and 2-hour sessions that will take place from June to October of 2020 are:
Each topic will be led by local and regional experts. The group will be limited to 20 participants to encourage a focused and comfortable discussion format.
CONTACT & REGISTRATION: