ELGL Central Oregon
Schedule of Events
July 25, 2013 Employee Communication – Public employees as ambassadors of the City. Presented by Justin Finestone, City of Bend Communications Director and Anna Johnson, Deschutes County Public Communications Coordinator. Deschutes Services Building, 1300 NW Wall Street, in the DeArmond Room.
April 30, 2013, COIC Hawthorne Station, noon to 1 p.m. Overview of Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council followed by discussion on the region’s needs for coordination. Presented by Scott Aycock, Transportation Planner and Andrew Spreadborough, Interim Executive Director and Community and Economic Development Manager. In case you missed it here’s the ELGL recent post about Scott Aycock: http://elgl.org/2013/03/07/new-sensation-with-scott-aycock-central-oregon-intergovernmental-council/
April 1, 2013, Informational meeting on the Executive Master of Public Administration Program. There is interest in developing a Central Oregon Cohort as early as September 2013. Join us in the Council Chambers at Bend City Hall from noon to 1 p.m. to learn more. http://www.pdx.edu/cps/executive-master-of-public-administration
May: Performance Measures, panel discussion led by Brad Emerson, City of Bend Special Projects Director
October 2, 2012 – 12-1pm – ICMA Exchange Program. We have a special opportunity to hear from Gary Allis and Eric King about their experience with the ICMA Exchange Program. Mr. Allis is here this week from Tauranga, New Zealand. Noon to 1 p.m. in the Fireside Room at the Fire Administration Building, 1212 SW Simpson Ave, Bend. Please bring your own lunch. Coordinated by Robyn Christie.
October 25, 2012 – 12-1pm: Occupational Fraud – Is Your Government at Risk? Brenda Bartlett, CPA, will be speaking with the group. Noon to 1 p.m. at Redmond City Hall, 716 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond. Please bring your own lunch. Coordinated by Robyn Christie.
ELGL first meeting in Central Oregon, March 14. Coordinated by Robyn Christie and Justin Cutler.
Introduction to ELGL, April 12. Informal social and introduction to the organization. Coordinated by Colleen Miller and Robyn Christie.
Roundtable on Innovation, May 11. Facilitated roundtable to discuss ideas to encourage innovation in the public sector. Coordinated by Justin Cutler, Colleen Miller, and Robyn Christie.
Communication with Citizens, June 14. Presentation followed by a roundtable discussion on ideas for communicating with citizens. Coordinated by Damian Syrnyk.
Communicating with the Private Sector, July. Doug King, CEO of Epic Aircraft will address communication between the public and private sectors. We’ll have up-front and frank discussion of just what is being done right and wrong on a local level that either helps or hurts efforts to create and sustain a viable business. Coordinated by Gary Judd.
Transforming Government, August 15. Bend Police Chief Jeff Sale and Lieutenant Chris Carney will discuss how government can no longer afford to operate in status quo mode. They will use the Bend Police Departments current transformation as an example of how the lack of funding and ever increasing costs are forcing these changes. Coordinated by Police Chief Jeff Sale and Lieutenant Chris Carney.
Leadership Trust Bank, September 11. Captain Cory Darling and Lieutenant Chris Carney from the Bend Police Department will discuss how managers and supervisors tend to lose the respect of those they are supposed to lead by the little things they do or do not do. The Leadership Trust Bank will give an overview of the things successful leaders do to increase their credibility and things that are done by other managers and supervisors that create distrust and cause loss of credibility. Coordinated by Lieutenant Chris Carney and Captain Cory Darling.