Athenain Dialogues are part of the Athenian Leadership Series through IIMC. 

The next Athenain Dialogue will be in Butte, MT on September 25th. 

Click the link below for more information. 

 

Athenian Dialogue: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

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Full Day

The MSU LGC, the Montana League of Cities and Towns (MLCT), and the Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority (MMIA) work together to provide education and networking opportunities around the state of Montana for Municipal Employees and Elected Officials! Topics may encompass legislative information, safety, human resources, MMIA coverages, good governance, open meetings, citizens right to participate, municipal support, and more!

Spring 2018 - 

April 17th - Great Falls

April 18th - Havre

April 19th - Fort Peck

April 20th - Terry

May 21st - Twin Bridges

May 22nd - Stevensville

May 23rd - Whitefish

June 4th - Helena

June 5th - Roundup

 

Follow this link to register: https://www.jotform.com/mmia/2018summit 

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2.5 Days

The Executive Forum is intended for all Montana Mayors, City Managers and Chief Executives to come together for an educational experience that is designed specifically for them. The hosting of the Executive Forum is rotated around the state every other year, with legislative years taking place in Helena.

 

While in Helena, participants have the opportunity to interact with the current legislative session. Montana municipalities are encouraged to apply to become a host city. For more information, please contact Janel Favero, Communication Specialist.

 

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3 or 5 Day Option

The Montana Municipal Institute is held in May each year and includes sessions for municipal clerks, treasurers, finance officers, mayors, city managers, city council members, and local government attorneys. Currently, the Institute is held in Billings, MT at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.

Municipal clerks and treasurers are offered IIMC-approved educational credit that can be applied towards IIMC certification. 

 

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$175/Person

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3 Days

Elected officials participate in the Montana Municipal Institute is held in May each year. Sessions are designed for municipal clerks, treasurers, finance officers, mayors, city managers, city council members, and attorneys. Currently, the Institute is held in Billings, MT at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.

Municipal elected officials are offered a three-day track at the Institute in which sessions are offered to address issues that concern municipal councils and executive branches. These sessions vary each year to reflect current issues facing local governments. 

 

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4 Days

Each December, the MSU LGC works with the Montana Association of Counties (MACo) to offer the Montana County Elected Officials training in Helena, MT. The training is based on a two-year curriculum designed to prepare newly elected county officials to meet their responsibilities and effectively serve their counties.

  

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Description coming soon. If you have questions please call 406.994.6694.

 

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During the Ethics training participants learn about the code of ethics defined in the Montana Code Annotated and explore scenario and case study activities to better understand common ethical choices that employees face in the workplace, as well as how to evaluate choices based on Montana legal expectations.

The MSU LGC currently provides annual ethics training in Billings and Bozeman.

 

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During the Ethics training participants learn about the code of ethics defined in the Montana Code Annotated and explore scenario and case study activities to better understand common ethical choices that employees face in the workplace, as well as how to evaluate choices based on Montana legal expectations.         

The MSU LGC currently provides annual ethics training in Billings and Bozeman. 

 

The MSU LGC offers webinars on a variety of subjects. These webinars are often half an hour to two hours. Many of our webinars are accompanied by the slides from which the presenter gave the talk, along with a quiz to test the participant's knowledge of the material.

List of Webinars