TRAINING FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE PUBLIC ARENA...
…teaching ordinary citizens to unleash the power within themselves to collectively impact
the social, political, environmental, and economic decisions that affect their lives.
TRAINING THAT WORKS
2011 Schedule - Weeklong Training:
The Gamaliel Foundation is an international organizing
Mar 13-19: Mundelein, IL institute. It has been established to train leaders and
organizers for the increasingly difficult task of building strong,
Jul 10-16: Sonoma State College, CA stable and effective institutionally-based power
organizations that can transform congregations and
Nov 6-12: Best Western Executive Conference
Center - Manchester, NH Nearly 60 organizations operating in urban, suburban and
rural settings in 22 states are part of the Foundation’s
growing national network.
Other Important Dates
Its methods are based upon the experiences and reflections
NTOSAKE of men and women who have worked in this field for over 35
(Women’s Leadership Training) years.
January 27-29: St. Louis
Civil Rights of Immigrants Retreat The Gamaliel Foundation conducts its seven-day residential
March 11-13: Mundelein, IL training program for leaders and organizers four times a year
National Clergy Caucus in the U.S.
(Leading spiritual communities into the public arena)
April 12-14:Mundelein, IL Topics covered during training include:
• Institutional organizing
Using the tools of community organizing to develop
(Expanded for Team Development)
strong congregations and other community-based
May 11-14: Techny, IL
African American Leadership Commission • Methodology for building power
(Charting a new course for education in communities) • Tools to make and sustain relationships
June 9-10: Chicago Self-interest, the public arena medium of exchange
International Leadership Assembly • Power analysis: understanding the “laws of the
December 2-3, Chicago jungle”
• Building support with money and media
• The elements of good meetings
• Elements of a power organization
• Structuring personal and organizational time
203 North Wabash - Suite 808
• Strategic planning
Chicago, IL 60601
• Metropolitan political and economic analysis
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Knowledgeable and Experienced Leaders
Web: www.gamaliel.org The Gamaliel Foundation has brought together people from
its staff, consultants, board and affiliate organizations who
MORE INFORMATION: are knowledgeable and experienced in community organizing
John Norton, Director of Training Programs
Participants include clergy and lay leaders, as well as leaders
from community organizations, unions and other community
* Please note: dates are not firm until sites are secured. based institutions from across the country.
Please check www.gamaliel.org for the latest information.