RHI'S SECOND ANNUAL NIGHTTIME MANAGEMENT ACADEMY
Nighttime Economy Management is an evolving specialization in cities throughout the world. The 2019 Academy provides a framework for you and others in your city to develop alliances to collaborate on sharing data and developing a strategic approach to enhance vibrancy, assure safety and plan for people.
A DISTINGUISHED INTERNATIONAL FACULTY provides important lessons from a century of combined experience in planning, managing and policing social and nightlife districts.
9 AM TO 3 PM
The focus of this year’s Nighttime Management Academy on will be be how to make creative breakthroughs on nightlife management. You’ll hear about the top innovations in nightlife policing, licensing, policy, and social district planning.
2018 SOCIABLE CITY NIGHTTIME MANAGEMENT ACADEMY
AGENDA: 9:00 AM TO 11:45 AM
Building a Foundation for the Day
To change the small things, we change what we know; to change the big things, we change what we believe.
We are living in a complex, ever-changing world, that is requiring us to address "wicked problems" with an unprecedented urgency. To be able to rise to solve our most pressing societal challenges, we can't rely on the tools we've always used.
Presented by the League of Intrapreneurs Canada, Miki will facilitate Learning to Unlearn, an opening workshop that helps participants "unlearn" so that they can develop new ways of addressing complex issues. Unlearning is about changing our conception of how the world works and could work. Participants will learn new ways of seeing the world for all its possibilities, challenge their long-held beliefs, and learn how to "unstick" their thinking for transformational change.
Miki Stricker-Talbot is an Intrapreneur with the City of Edmonton (Treaty 6 Territory). Working in the world of strategic design and social innovation, she approaches life with an innate curiosity and the desire to bring people together to co-create solutions. Miki is an Avenue Magazine Top 40-Under-40 alumna, and Alberta Centennial Medal recipient. Miki is currently completing a Masters Degree in Human Geography, examining a systems level understanding of the night time economy.
Application of Theory to Practice: Intrapreneurs in Nighttime Management
For almost four decades, Jim Peters has guided RHI’s programs and strategies to create resources for cities to create safe and vibrant places for people to socialize. Building upon his experience and education in hospitality management, counseling and group facilitation, as well as RHI’s work in over 70 cities and annual events, Jim will provide insights on:
When people debate what is, Paul Davies uncovered what isn’t and built a framework for progress. As the last century ended and a new one began, the United Kingdom ventured into new legislation to facilitate a 24/7 social economy. Reform shifted licensing from a national to a local level, provided clear and focused licensing standards, and tools to upgrade existing venues into a more modern system. Though met with resistance and challenges, thought leaders like Paul Davies established a framework to shift from a venue focus to a town centre focus of nighttime economy management.
As co-creator of the Purple Flag Paul Davies began a movement to empower local leaders and he continues today by advising the London Nighttime Commission. Paul will provide background and lessons learned on:
11:45 AM to 12:45 PM NETWORKING LUNCHEON
12:45 PM TO 2:30 PM | BUILDING ALLIANCES FOR PROGRESS
Division Chief, Licensure, Regulation & Education
Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control
Concierge governing is a guiding principle for Kathie Durbin in her role as a regulator. She began her involvement with RHI in the late 1990s and over the years, earned national recognition for her progressive approach to working with on-premise business applicants and operators in understanding their responsibilities to the public and their peers in selling and serving alcoholic beverages. Her approach to application review encourages future operators to think through all elements of their business, from responsible service to neighbor relations. Underlying her approach involves building a Safety Alliance of key compliance agencies with supportive inspection procedures to guide new operators and get at-risk operators back on track. Kathie will share insights gained and success in advocating to modernize the alcohol regulatory process. Takeaways:
Steve Basting brings his 28 years’ experience with the Milwaukee Police Department to his position with the Milwaukee BID. When assigned as the police captain of Milwaukee’s downtown, he developed the Responsible Entertainment Deployment or “Code RED.” Together with downtown stakeholders, this initiative led to a reduction in overall crime and disorder in Milwaukee’s growing nightlife scene. Now he brings his insights on collaborative alliances with police and venues to define a future vision of BID management as a partner in nighttime safety.
While the concept of night mayor and office of nightlife has only recently caught on globally, Allison Harnden has her roots in nighttime management. In 1995, she assumed the role of coordinator of the San Diego Hospitality Resource Panel, which united representatives from hospitality, safety, development and community organizations. This early work was a template for RHI’s Hospitality Zone Assessment, and during her tenure with RHI, Allison worked with more than half of the 70 RHI city clients before assuming the role of Pittsburgh’s Nighttime Economy Manager. She will share guidance on how you can:
3:00 PM CONCLUSION | GROUP PHOTO