Collaborative Leadership Exchange (CLX) 2012

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08:00 Registration, Coffee and snacks

09:00 Opening Circle

The event will start with introductions and welcomes, an overview of the agenda and guidelines, and announcements.

09:30 Interactive Plenary

Participants will engage in fun collaborative debate on a range of issues. Topics will be sourced from participants in real time. Our goal will be to build an understanding of who is in the room and how they consider the issues at hand.

10:15 Break

10:30 Agenda Hacking

Participants will work in small groups to review the agenda and offer their input on topics and elements which will make the event more valuable for their own needs.

11:00 Breakout Discussions

Session topics will be drawn from participation suggestions leading up to and during the event;

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Breakout Discussions

Session topics will be drawn from participation suggestions leading up to and during the event;

14:30 Break

14:45 Breakout Discussions

Session topics will be drawn from participation suggestions leading up to and during the event;

16:00 Break

16:15 Next Steps

The final discussions before closing will focus on where collaborations might continue, as well as next steps and actions from discussions across the day.

16:45 Closing Circle

The group will meet in plenary to summarize outcomes from the day and look ahead.

17:00 Adjourn

17:30 Post-Event Socializing

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Date and Time

Saturday 21 April 2012

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