Tag: Macon Bibb

Mt. Rushmore with Chris Floore, Macon-Bibb County, GA

It’s Mount Rushmore season for ELGL members. We’re asking for your top four list on a variety of topics. Chris Floore Assistant to the County Manager for Public Affairs, Macon-Bibb County Connect: LinkedIn & Twitter Internet Sensations ELGL – Have you checked this group out? I’ve heard they’re meme and pop-up conference crazy, all trying to get … Continued

You CAN Have Your Own Logo…on One Condition

Chris Floore follows up John Lisle’s article, “We Want Our Own Logo!” with Macon-Bibb County’s experience with logos. By Chris Floore, LinkedIn | Twitter Oops…did I say one? I meant several. If you want your own logo, we’re going to make you work for it. It will be aligned with our county’s approved graphic identity and it will be … Continued

Building Relationships with the Media

Chris Floore, 3CMA Communicator of the Year and Macon-Bibb County, GA Assistant to the County Manager, reflects on the recent Presidential debates to identify tips for working with the media. Or…why you shouldn’t watch the early Presidential Debates Did I watch the Republican or Democratic debates? No. I learn more about the world from playing … Continued

Everyone Wants a Parade: The Case For a Strategic Communication Plan

Chris Floore (LinkedIn and Twitter) serves as Assistant to the County Manager for the consolidated Macon-Bibb County local government.  Kirsten WyattI’m the co-founder and executive director of ELGL. I love my job. Other things I love: local government, my family, my dog Michael Jordan, sandwiches, naps, books, and skee-ball. http://elgl.org

Yes or No…Local Government Is Wrong

 Chris Floore (LinkedIn and  Twitter) serves as Assistant to the County Manager for the consolidated Macon-Bibb County local government.  Government makes poor decisions. Always. Every single time. From the color of the carpet to the width of a sidewalk to user fees to the property tax rate to funding external organizations…it doesn’t matter what the decision is. Yes or no…we’re wrong. Or … Continued

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