"Joe Pavelka has immense talent in facilitation of projects that engage community stakeholders, propelling them to exceed their potential.

Dr. Pavelka’s business acumen and industry savvy allows a co-creation of economically viable solutions with his clients that transform destinations and projects to sustainable success!" - Laura Ell, MA

 

Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.
Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.
Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.
Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.
Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.
Recreation theme Revisiting Public Recreation Public recreation in North America is experiencing of a crisis of identity. As the world changes it is being pulled in every direction to keep relevant in the midst of an ever-growing commercial leisure sector. Public recreation agencies are told to be innovative while maintaining core services, to deal with stagnant budgets while addressing needs of vocal community groups. It’s a tough business but not without options. In this keynote session Joe Pavelka presents the present landscape of demands facing public recreation and options to address this situation that shows no sign of abating. This keynote is perfectly suited to the target group of public recreation and parks gatherings.