LEADERSHIP

We inspire leaders to identify matters of the highest importance to the long-term future of the greater Houston region, and to collaborate in addressing those challenges for the benefit of all. Are you in?

BUSINESS/CIVIC LEADERSHIP FORUMS

Fall 2018 FORUM
Session I: September 13-15
The Tremont House, Galveston, TX
Session II: October 26
TBD

Business/Civic Leadership Forums are conducted twice yearly to build passionate civic leaders as diverse as the region itself, leveraging participants’ business and leadership skills to drive lasting change. For both proven and emerging leaders, our twice yearly Business/Civic Leadership Forums develop a deeper understanding of the challenges in our community, and foster a new sense of responsibility for the future.

Since 2000, we’ve taken nearly 1,000 diverse leaders on learning journeys through the thorniest social issues and the biggest economic hurdles, and built bridges between points of view as diverse as Houston itself. The results are dozens of life-changing community projects — spun off from the Forums — and a cohort of diverse civic entrepreneurs working to build a better region.

Business/Civic Leadership Forum participants are nominated by Forum graduates and vetted by committee.

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Customized Forums

In order to orient and educate leaders on the history, demographics, and possible future of our region, the Passport Houston presentation was created. This presentation gives the audience an understanding of the historical framework of our region from inception to present day and the relevance to the audience’s/company’s strategic direction and position in the region.

60 minute Option: Content includes a graphic map of how greater Houston developed from its founding in 1836 by the Allen Brothers to the 21st Century, with milestones on such topics as healthcare, transportation, arts, industry, sports, education and philanthropy.

Extended Option: Three-part presentation includes the following:

graphic map presentation of how greater Houston developed from its founding in 1836 by the Allen Brothers to the 21st Century, with milestones on such topics as healthcare, transportation, arts, industry, sports, education and philanthropy

findings from survey research to explore the transformations from the oil-boom collapse in the 1980’s to Houston’s finding itself in the midst of a knowledge-based, global economy and demographic revolution and opportunities that lie ahead.  (Content is provided by the Kinder Institute at Rice University.)

Scenarios 2040 videos, Learning to Live and Playing to Win, a look at our possible future. Scenarios 2040 is the largest public-interest, business-led regional scenario planning project in the country, based on rigorous research, analysis and community feedback. More vivid and dynamic than forecasting or visioning, scenario planning creates plausible stories of our future that serve as a powerful strategic tool to help clarify the critical choices we must make today to ensure the health and prosperity of our region tomorrow. Viewed by more than 5000 people to-date.

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CENTER FOR HOUSTON'S FUTURE
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CENTER FOR HOUSTON'S FUTURE
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FEATURED EVENT

November 15, 2018

Dinner & Conversation

Join us for our annual Dinner and Conversation Talking Texas with Award-Winning Authors Lawrence Wright and Mimi Swartz!