Tag: Phil Keisling

Webinar Today: The Future of the Fire Department

[vc_row full_width=”” parallax=”” parallax_image=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Don’t forget –  join us today at 3:00 p.m EST/12:00 p.m PST for a free webinar featuring Phil Keisling talking about his latest Governing Magazine article titled, “Why We Need to Take the ‘Fire’ Out of ‘Fire Department’.” Click here to register for this free ELGL webinar. From Phil’s article: Firefighters don’t actually … Continued

Exceptional Talent Available: CPS Hatfield & Oregon Fellows

The Silver Tsunami is coming! The future vitality and success of our public institutions will depend on attracting and developing exceptional, innovative, ethical, and ready leaders. That’s why Portland State University’s Center for Public Service “Next Generation Initiative” (NGI) has created the Oregon Fellowship and Hatfield Resident Fellowship programs. The Center for Public Service (CPS) … Continued

10.07.13 Jobs, Jobs, Jobs (Inaugural 1st Annual #ELGL13 Remix)

George Rede Describes the #ELGL13 Experience and  #ELGL13: The David Nguyen Collection   Listings from ELGL Partners Strategic Government Resources – Job Board Colin Baenziger & Associates – Active Recruitment Waldron Recruiting – Current Engagements Karras Consulting – Current Recruitments Alliance Resource Consulting (ELGL Conference Sponsor) – Current Recruitments This post will be updated throughout the week. The new job listings can … Continued

Conference Sneak Peek IV: Lessons in Leadership from Gov. Gregoire and Gov. Kulongoski

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSWdYLu8ono?feature=player_detailpage&w=640&h=360] Hindsight is 20/20: Lessons in Leadership From Governor Gregoire and Governor Kulongoski You’re reading it here first: the lunchtime session at the 2013 ELGL Conference will feature two former governors, for the first time sharing their perspectives on their time in the executive offices in Washington and Oregon. Enjoy your complimentary lunch at the … Continued

ELGL Member Phil Keisling Advocates Vote-By-Mail in NYT

New York Times: Sunday Dialogue: To Enhance Democracy, Expand Vote-by-Mail To the Editor: As a former secretary of state of Oregon (and chief elections official), I am glad courts have invalidated voter suppression laws cynically cloaked as “election fraud prevention.” Yet in winning these hard-fought battles, voting rights advocates are losing the larger war. In 48 … Continued

08.24.12 Knope of the Week – Pat Mobley

The votes are in and the results have been tabulated: after a week of nominations and voting by our community, ELGL is thrilled to announce the winner of the Knope of the Week! As a reminder, The Knope of the Week honors individuals or groups who have done the most in the past week to advance … Continued

08.10.12 Knope of the Week

The votes are in and the results have been tabulated: after a week of nominations and voting by our community, ELGL is thrilled to announce the winner of the Knope of the Week! As a reminder, The Knope of the Week honors individuals or groups who have done the most in the past week to advance … Continued

08.03.12 Knope of the Week

The votes are in and the results have been tabulated: after a week of nominations and voting by our community, ELGL is thrilled to announce the winner of the Knope of the Week! As a reminder, The Knope of the Week honors individuals or groups who have done the most in the past week to advance … Continued

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