NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Regional Management Institute is now accepting purposes to its twenty fourth annual Regional Management Program, set to start in August.
The yearlong program — which can proceed by means of July 2024 — consists of two retreats and eight full-day periods, plus an orientation and NORLI’s annual luncheon. This system curriculum examines public coverage, training, healthcare, financial improvement, DEI, felony justice and the atmosphere. New matters this 12 months are artwork, tradition and high quality of place.
This system is open to all enterprise, civic and public-sector leaders within the 10-parish area — Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington. NORLI’s strategy is rooted in regionalism, inclusion and nonpartisanship.
Every year, NORLI brings collectively roughly 55 various leaders dedicated to enhancing particular person expertise, rising consciousness and understanding of civic points, cross pollinating and increasing skilled networks, and empowering collaborative management. Via a wide range of shows, panels, excursions and actions, key regional and state points are dissected and mentioned. Ideas and relationships are constructed by means of a shared studying expertise.
“NORLI offers a nonpartisan platform for thought management that enables members to have interaction in high-level discussions about probably the most urgent points to southeast Louisiana,” stated Stephen Reuther, government director of NORLI. “This 12 months, we’re excited to introduce a completely new session to our program that focuses on artwork, tradition and high quality of place.”
People from throughout southeast Louisiana should apply by June 5 at norli.org. This system tuition is $3,250 and covers all program prices, supplies, meals, resorts and registration to the luncheon. Tuition help is out there on an as-needed foundation, and versatile cost plans can be found.
NORLI will host a collection of informational periods about this system and easy methods to apply. Program alumni and present program members will likely be available to debate the advantages of this system and reply questions. All NORLI informational periods are free and open to the general public.