Title: Positioning yourself for the Future
Speaker: Neelay Bhatt
Session 1: As the Covid-19 pandemic has shown us, the only thing we can predict is change. As agencies in New Hampshire and around New England plan for the next decade, this session will help them look at trends, plan for future shifts and build an agency culture that can innovate and thrive in increasingly unpredictable times.
Session 2: It will share insights for how to build an agency culture and mindset that can innovate and thrive in a changing landscape as parks and recreation agencies look to changes to their communities, policies, park and facility designs, financial sustainability, marketing and communications, partnerships, program delivery and innovation in general.
Given the unpredictable nature of current events, this session provides insights and predicts trends for agencies to plan for.
No one can accurately predict what the future will look like but, if the global and local happenings are an indicator, it is that the present and the future is more unpredictable than ever before. Predicting trends and future occurrences that agencies have to plan for and how to build a culture that can embrace change and uncertainty will be the two key elements to ensure that NRPA’s 3 Pillars can be sustained and perpetuated in agencies of all sizes.
Join us for a Coffee Talk with special Guest Mike Berry with MUSCO Sports Lighting.
This is a FUNDRAISER for NHRPA so please register to attend and learn about The latest with LED lighting for interior and exterior sports applications, the creation of the Mini-Pitch system through our relationship with US Soccer, and Musco’s latest product called Muscovision which is a video streaming service of sporting events to address potential spectator capacity issues.
We will have a question and answer session at the end of Mike's presentation so if there is something you want to ask about anything Recreation related there will be time at the end.
When you register the zoom link will be sent in your confirmation email. This is a free session and a FUNDRAISER so please join in!
Join NHRPA for a little "Coffee Talk" to start your morning! Your host is Andy Bohannon, Director, Keene Parks & Recreation. When you register for the session you will receive a confirmation email that will include the zoom link to join the session. Please add the link to your calendar as this will not be posted anywhere.
Guest Speaker: Chris Nunez, Director of Parks and Recreation - The Woodlands Township (TX)
Topic: Hacking your way to additional revenue
We all love to create new programs that meet the social, physical and wellness goals of the community and individuals. By reviewing markets conditions and needs of users,revenue may be increased! Several “hacks” will be identified that can be implemented in your operation.
Join NHRPA for a little "Coffee Talk" to start your morning! Your host is Andy Bohannon, Director, Keene Parks & Recreation. An email will be sent that includes the link to the coffee talk soon after you register.
Guest speaker: Art Luptowski. Art has served as a Division two men's college basketball coach for FPU and American International College, and more recently an NBA Scout. With basketball season and winter activities right around the corner Art will be a great guest speaker to discuss youth sports and winter activities.
"NHRPA " is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 172 Pembroke Road, Concord, NH 03301