March 2015 Chapter Meeting

  • 2015-03-23
  • 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd, LA 90064

Registration

  • Level 2 Members, Board of Directors
  • Level 1 Members, Neighborhood Groups, CAM Employees
  • Non-NAPO-LA members

March Chapter Meeting

Spring into Action: Goal Setting For Your Business & Clients

Presented by Sam Gennawey

We want things to happen for our own business and for our clients. The only way to create forward movement is to set goals. In this presentation from author and urban planner Sam Gennawey, the fundamentals for goal-setting and various methods to accomplish these goals will be discussed. 

What was your resolution for 2015?
Have you completed it? 

This is the meeting you want to attend!

Sam Gennawey is the author of The Disneyland Story: The Unofficial Guide to the Evolution of Walt Disney’s Dream, Universal Versus Disney: The Unofficial Guide to America’s Greatest Theme Park Rivalry, and Walt Disney and the Promise of Progress City. He has also contributed to numerous other books, magazines, and websites.

His unique point of view is generated by his passion for history, his professional training as an urban planner, and his obsession with public spaces that respect people. This interest has brought speaking invitations from Walt Disney Imagineering, the Walt Disney Family Museum, the American Planning Association, the California Preservation Foundation, the California League of Cities, Floridians for Better Transportation, and many others. He is also a frequent lecturer on college campuses.

He is currently a Senior Associate at the planning firm of Katherine Padilla and Associates. Over the years, Mr. Gennawey has worked on more then 150 projects and has facilitated more then 900 community workshops and Charrettes.


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