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How the Best Leaders Rethink and Unlearn What They Know – ‘Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know’

In a turbulent world, your ability to rethink and unlearn matters far more than raw intelligence.

This free online class will teach anyone how to solve societal problems

“This is precisely about overcoming the despair that so many of us are feeling right now,” she says. “By encouraging people and supporting them to be able to figure out something they can do, even if it’s their own backyard, that can make a real difference.”

Gianforte focuses on pandemic, economy in first state of state speech – Democrats respond

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte gave his first State of the State speech Thursday, which focused heavily on the COVID-19 pandemic but also promised major actions to boost the economy and reduce government regulations.

Missoula, Bozeman, Helena working on green tariff with NorthWestern Energy – could help spur renewable energy development in Montana

“We see this is the most promising near-term opportunity to get new, large-scale renewables built in Montana to achieve our 100% clean electricity goals,” said Diana Maneta. “We see this is a great step in the right direction.”

Billings Gazette Editorial Board Opinion: Keep legislative caucuses open to the press and public

Open-meetings laws are a safeguard of democracy. Deliberately subverting them is about as anti-democratic as you can get. What are Montana House Republicans trying to hide? 

Great Falls Mayor Bob Kelly has been appointed to a National League of Cities committee

He’ll provide guidance for the league’s federal advocacy agenda and policy priorities.

Montana’s “Golden Triangle” is getting national recognition thanks to Sen. Jon Tester’s new book – Grounded – “A Senator’s Lessons on Winning Back Rural America”

To some, the town of Big Sandy may not seem like much more than a couple of grain elevators along an empty stretch of highway in the middle of nowhere – but that middle of nowhere is actually what is known as Montana’s Golden Triangle and now, thanks to a description from a Big Sandy native, the New York Times is taking notice.

Daniel Kemmis – “Healing our Democracy: Breaking Down Divisions Through Relationships and Citizen Participation” – 1/25 – 6PM – Online

This event will also feature Lisa Davey and Casey Dunning from Common Good Missoula to talk about the power of citizen participation and community organizing across party lines in our democracy.

Please invest in the path forward for MSU’s Leadership Institute on Feb. 11 – Montana State University Giving Day 2021

With your support in reaching our $20,000 goal come Feb. 12, the Leadership Institute will be able to continue hosting phenomenal speakers and create innovative programming at little to no expense for students. Your donation on MSU Giving Day 2021 to the Leadership Institute will sustain our capacity to create meaningful programming for students and the wider community.

Liberal trailblazers are falling like dominoes in Seattle — for not trailblazing enough

With the news Monday that Mayor Jenny Durkan will be yet another one-term leader for the city, and that schools Superintendent Denise Juneau is out after just one term of her own, the city’s core public institutions are facing upheaval and vacuums of leadership at maybe the worst possible time.