Concord is a the city needs new leadership. The old guard that has been running Concord’s City Council has been taxing and spending recklessly. Concord does not need to have its current sales tax of 8.75 percent. The tax just supports inefficient, spendthrift government. Continue reading “The rot in Concord: time to clear the decay”
Register now for the 3rd annual East Bay Nonprofit Conference, November 6th, at the Concord Hilton. Produced by the CBO Center, the conference will focus on leadership models that encourage collaboration, teamwork and inclusivity, and allow us to break free of the heroic leadership trap. Take advantage of workshops on personal leadership style, fundraising leadership building a leaderful organization, and how to use Web 2.0 to engage with your stakeholders in new ways.
The East Bay Chapter of California Women Lead (formerly CEWAER) invites you to a complimentary workshop to learn how to apply for and get appointed to boards and commissions. Appointments training for Women takes place on September 17, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Dublin City Hall, located at 300 Civic Plaza in Dublin. The panel includes: Katie Tinney, Chief Deputy Appointments Secretary for Governor Schwarzenegger; Scott Haggerty, Supervisor, Alameda County; Mary Piepho, Supervisor, Contra Costa County; Janet Lockhart, Mayor, Town of Danville; Judy Lloyd, former appointee of Governor Schwarzenegger and Presidents Bush and Reagan. RSVP by September 12 to email@example.com, or phone 916-551-1920, or visit the website. Continue reading “Workshop helps women apply for local boards and commissions, Sept 17”
Supervisor Susan Bonilla (District 4) will hold her 2008 Leadership Breakfast on Wednesday March 12, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. The event will feature Brother Ron Gallagher, President of St Mary’s College in Moraga. The event will be held at the Contra Costa Country Club on 801 Golf Club Road in Pleasant Hill. Tickets are $35 per person. For more info or RSVP Call 925-934-0550.