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Podcast: Changing Recruitment in Local Government with Ron Holifield

Ron Holifield CEO Strategic Government Resources (SGR) LinkedIn | Twitter Playing matchmaker and reducing implicit bias. The CEO of Strategic Government Resources (SGR), Ron Holifield, joined GovLove to talk about how they are pushing local governments to change how they recruit. He shared his career path from time as a City Manager to leading a recruiting firm. … Continued

When the Job Market Goes Boom(er)

Findings from the ELGL Diversity Dashboard confirm what people have been talking about for (seemingly) ages: local government leadership is getting older. The most recent data upload shows that 65 percent of chief administrative officers (CAOs) and assistant CAOs (ACAOs) are age 50 and better. And 34 percent of CAOs and ACAOs are age 60 … Continued

Podcast: The Importance of Organizational Culture with Ron Holifield

Ron Holifield CEO Strategic Government Resources (SGR) LinkedIn | Twitter Ron Holifield from Strategic Government Resources comes on the podcast to discuss culture and how it can impact hiring and brand perception. The interview covers everything from servant leadership to how prepared local governments are for the “silver tsunami.” Subscribe: Learn More About Strategic Government Resources – … Continued

SGR Job Listings 02.16.16

Back again! Our friends, Strategic Government Resources, has an updated list of job openings. Check them out and apply at the links. Learn more about SGR by going to: GovernmentResource.com   Current searches: Assistant Human Resources Director – Tamarac, FL Chief Building Official – Terrell, TX Director of Municipal Development Services – Terrell, TX Executive … Continued

Debrief: Creating an Individual Development Plan

  Deep in the Heart of SGR Thanks to Dr. Ann Marie Kappel and Cindy Mitchell for leading the ELGL and SGR Mini-Conference. Here are follow up materials from the training. Cindy Mitchell’s Presentation – Creating Your Individual Development Plan I OPT – Website Behavioral I OPT Snowflake Positive Emotional Attributes Strengths Finder Read all … Continued

A Mini-Conference in Big Texas

Please join ELGL at a special, free “mini-conference” on January 22, 2016 at noon at Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine, Texas.  Lunch and happy hour included.  We’ll start the day talking about the important role that self-awareness plays in leadership with a session led by Ann Marie Kappel. Then we’ll work though our own individual development … Continued

Let’s Take a Wine Walk on January 21

Please join ELGL at the ELGL/SGR Wine Walk on January 21, 2016.  An RSVP is required.  We will visit three tasting rooms in downtown Grapevine, Texas.  All attendees receive a commemorative wine glass, and the chance to rub elbows with your favorite ELGL friends.  Questions? Email Kirsten. Kirsten WyattI’m the co-founder and executive director of … Continued

The Future Is Now with Litsa Valis, Town of Highland Park, TX

The ELGL and SGR Futures Forum debuts on December 4. Registration is free for ELGL members; $100 for non-members. Leading up to the forum, we’ll highlight the attendees. Here’s the guest list. Litsa Valis (LinkedIn) is the Finance and HR Secretary at Town of Highland Park, TX. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. If … Continued

Future Is Now with Matt Wojnowski, City of Altus, OK

The ELGL and SGR Futures Forum debuts on December 4. Registration is free for ELGL members; $100 for non-members. Leading up to the forum, we’ll highlight the attendees. Here’s the guest list. Matt Wojnowski (Twitter) is the City of Altus, OK Assistant City Manager. (Complete the following sentence) If I had one free hour each … Continued

Announcing the ELGL/SGR Futures Forum Lineup

Register: Futures Forum – FREE for ELGL Members   The ELGL & SGR Present The Futures Forum Breakfast (7:45 AM – 8:30 AM) – Starbucks and  iHeart Kolache Introductions (8:30 AM – 9:00 AM) Ron Holifield Citizen Input and Community Engagement (9:00 AM – 9:45 AM) Speakers:  Chris Hernandez, Communications Director, Kansas City, Missouri Break (9:45 AM … Continued

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