The National Park Service hosted the final 2016 Interpretation Leadership and Business Skills (ILBS) workshop in late March 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Chiefs of Interpretation were highly encouraged to attend this mission critical training which seeks to provide new approaches to visitor experience and operations. Superintendents, peers, partners, or aspiring leaders were also invited to accompany the chief.

Thought leaders framed the theme for each day. Participants were challenged to consider just one thing to stop doing or start doing, while experiencing non-NPS sites, participating in By-the-Numbers workshops, exploring a marketplace of ideas, and taking a self-risk assessment tool.
  Southeast Region - Atlanta

The Southeast Region of the National Park Service hosted the ILBS workshop from March 29 through 31, 2016. Interpretive leaders convened at Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site  to connect, network, and learn with nearly 80  participants representing parks and programs from SER and across the country, including WASO

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class roster