Tag: Nick Kittle

Podcast: High Performance Government with Nick Kittle, Cartegraph

Nick Kittle Government Performance & Innovation Coach Cartegraph Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter Sustainable innovation. Nick Kittle, Government Innovation & Performance Coach and author, shares his lessons on leadership, innovation and improving local government. He talked about his experience as a Chief Innovation Officer, his book Sustainovation and the work he’s doing now for Cartegraph. … Continued

#ELGL18 Morning Session: Cartegraph

It’s Day 2 of #ELGL18. Here is every detail about the morning session.  Webinar: 3 Tips to Master Storytelling w/ Nick Kittle, Cartegraph & Kent Wyatt, ELGL You’re sharing data with your citizens—but is anyone really listening? And, do they truly understand what you’re trying to communicate? Join Nick and Kent as they share the … Continued

Webinar: 7 Tips for Working with the Media

Don’t forget to apply for the ELGL & Cartegraph Clarity Award. The application is simple and short. Deadline is February 28. Register… Breaking the News: 7 Tips for Working with the Media Wed, Feb 28, 2018 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST Working with the media doesn’t have to be a hair-raising feat. During this free … Continued

Podcast: Let’s Get Innovative with Nick Kittle, Adams County, CO

Meet Nick Kittle: LinkedIn | Bio | Twitter In this episode of GovLove, Kirsten Wyatt talks with Nick Kittle about his work with Adams County on innovation and sustainability initiatives. Nick shares how he combats “energy vampires,” and shares his definition of “innovation” (hint: it’s “creativity implemented”). Nick also gets real on the podcast, sharing his life experiences and how … Continued

BOGO: Conference Reflections from a Chief Innovation Officer

Lessons from Code for America and the International Hispanic Network Conferences by Nick Kittle, Chief Innovation Officer, Adams County, Colorado LinkedIn | Web | Twitter This past week I had the privilege of attending two great gatherings of diverse thought leaders in government. Despite the vastly different missions and styles of the conferences, the messages were … Continued

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