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Local Leaders Retreat

1 February 2021

Are you an IxDA Local Leader or interested in starting an IxDA Local Group in your city? Come join us for this year’s Local Leaders Retreat.

Get together with your fellow Local Leaders, our Regional Coordinators and the global IxDA Board of Directors to workshop strategies to help us all support and advance a passionate IxDA community.

One day to talk about the present and the future of the IxDA representation around the world

This year, in addition to sharing stories and best practices, and making connections with your fellow Local Leaders, we want to prompt a broader discussion – grounded in the realities of 2020 and how it is shaping our future:

  • How has this year changed us?
  • What is different and how do we build on our new reality?
  • Where do we want to go collectively?

Our format will be a series of three 4-hr workshops to accommodate our global network, optimized for different timezones. Pick one workshop, or sign up for all three sessions. Sessions will be recorded so they can be shared.

You’ll spend time workshopping strategies and content that may incubate new IxDA initiatives to serve the community both locally and globally.

Come prepared with ideas you’d like to share and open for discussion with others.

The goal is for all us is to understand our shared challenges created by the pandemic, to develop and validate strategies for the future, and to create a common understanding of how our activities advance IxDA’s mission and vision, at the local, regional and global level.

One day to meet old and new friends

Learn how to overcome them and interact and connect with the other local leaders from around the globe.

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interaction21@ixda.org
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