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NAVAJO COUNTY ATTORNEY BRAD CARLYON SELECTED TO JOIN COUNTY LEADERS FROM ACROSS U.S. FOR INTENSIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IN WASHINGTON, DC


Posted: Apr 22, 2013


(Washington,, D.C. April 22, 2013) —The National Association of Counties announced today the selection of Brad Carlyon, Navajo County Attorney, as one of twenty-four county leaders from across the United States to participate in the Tenth Annual County Leadership Institute, a rigorous four-day program offered in partnership with Cambridge Leadership Associates. Brad was nominated by Nicole Stickler, Executive Director of Arizona Association of Counties, as an official with a commitment to developing collaborative and innovative solutions to local issues. The Institute will meet at IBM’s Institute for Electronic Government in Washington, DC, from June 2—6, 2013.

The Institute, now in its tenth year, has graduated well over 200 members from 44 states and 172 counties across the country. Known for enhancing the capacity of county officials to identify and implement innovative solutions to the complex challenges facing county government in the 21st century, this year’s program will focus closely on the demands of personal leadership in a new era of government, one characterized as a “permanent crisis” by Cambridge Leadership co-founder Marty Linsky.

"The local elected officials who participate in the County Leadership Institute get tools, ideas, and perspectives they can’t get anywhere else," said Karon Harden, Director of Professional Development, Education & Training at NACo. These county leaders not only discuss the core principles of public service leadership with prominent experts, they also collaborate intensively with each other to develop new ways to attack real-life issues of importance to the citizens of their counties.

In addition to developing skills and cultivating new perspectives of leadership, the Institute builds a network of CLI alumni who continue to offer support, suggestions and feedback across years and county lines. Classes meet daily from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and in four evening meetings. Program costs are offset by corporate and non-profit sponsoring organizations. Sponsors for 2013 include IBM, ESRI, NACo's Financial Services Corporation (FSC) and the National Council of County Association Executives.

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