Author: Katie Babits

#ELGL16 PDX: Workforce Development & Planning in Public Safety Agencies

With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? Public safety agencies face challenges in recruiting qualified professionals to reflect the demographic of the communities they serve. Hear from two human resources professionals … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: Maximizing Total Compensation

Maximizing Total Compensation With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? Meet Brandi Leos and Steven Schuback, who will bring us ideas to maximize total compensation. Benefit from their years of experience … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: What the US Open Taught Me about Large Event Planning

What the US Open Taught Me about Large Event Planning With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? Every jurisdiction may come across a major event that creates opportunities to build community … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: Recycling Reconsidered

Recycling Reconsidered: Whole Life Cycle Materials Management               With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? Ever wonder where Oregon is headed in thinking about the … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: Homelessness & the Evolving Role of Cities

Homelessness & the Evolving Role of Cities: Starting the Conversation   With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? What is the impact of homelessness on your work? How does homelessness affect … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: Power to the People

Power to the People: Electric Utilities as Community Partners   With #ELGL16 knocking on our doors, it’s time for an introduction to our speaker panels. Having trouble deciding which panel to choose? This will make it even harder! What’s that all about? Utility co-ops often do not receive the credit they deserve when a partner in … Continued

#ELGL16 PDX: The Rose City

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] #ELGL16 – PDX October 21, 2016 The Eliot Center 1226 SW Salmon St Portland, OR 97205 [/vc_column_text][vc_btn title=”Register!” color=”success” align=”center” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Felgl16.eventbrite.com|title:ELGL16%20in%20PDX|target:%20_blank|”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_text_separator title=”#ELGL16 PDX – Keynotes” color=”custom” accent_color=”#ffd042″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Breakfast Keynote ~ 7:30 am – 9:00 am Mark Funkhouser Mark Funkhouser is the publisher of Governing magazine. He served as mayor of Kansas City, Mo., from 2007 to 2011. Prior to … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: Veracity Media

#ELGL15 is tomorrow and we couldn’t be more jazzed that Veracity Media is on board with us! Connect with Veracity media on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Veracity Media’s vision is to advance — at local, state, national and global levels — a body politic that supports free and open discourse; equity of educational, economic and political opportunity; … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: Slate Communications

#ELGL15 is here, & we have another sponsor to announce: Slate Communications! Connect with Slate Communications on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Monthly Column Storytelling: Local Government’s WD-40 98% Think Local Government Is Boring* Fact or Fiction: Outsourcing Communications Is a Good Idea ASAP Doesn’t Always Mean Now Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe: Deciding between Marketing, Communication, or … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: Center for Priority Based Budgeting

#ELGL15 is ecstatic to welcome the Center for Priority Based Budgeting as a sponsor! Connect: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn The Center for Priority Based Budgeting™ (CPBB), a Denver, Colorado-based, results driven organization established in 2010, provides technical and advisory services to assist local governments, school districts and other non-profit agencies achieve Fiscal Health and Wellness through Priority Based Budgeting. This … Continued

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