Tag: The Novak Consulting Group

What Consulting Taught Me

This post is by ELGL member Haley Kadish. Haley received her MPA from the John Glenn School of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University. She started her career in local government as an ICMA Local Government Management Fellow in Catawba County, NC. After her fellowship, she joined The Novak Consulting Group where she worked with nearly 50 … Continued

January 2017 is Mentoring Month

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Fun fact: January is national mentoring month! And so, ELGL deems this January 2017 as Local Government Mentor Month. All month long, we’ll be celebrating the people who have mentored us, and learning from people about how to be an effective mentor.  We’re looking for people to sign up as guest bloggers so we can tell a story … Continued

Podcast: Barn-Raising & Battling Incivility with Julia Novak

As President of The Novak Consulting Consulting Group, Julia Novak (LinkedIn & Twitter) helps cities across the country with everything from executive recruitment to strategic planning. She comes on the podcast to talk the rise of incivility in government and the need to think of public service as a “barn raising” effort. Subscribe: Supplemental Reading Ann Arbor … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: The Novak Consulting Group

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] We’re pumped to announce another #ELGL15 sponsor: The Novak Consulting Group! Led by Julia Novak, The Novak Consulting Group (TNCG) fulfills their mission of strengthening organizations for those who they serve and the people who work in them by maintaining a flexible organization with decades of senior-level experience. TNCG provides a wealth of services for … Continued

On the Public Record with Julia Novak, The Novak Consulting Group

In our recent “Quick Take” series, Julia Novak was the runaway winner of the person named “mentor” by the most people. She’s impacted all functions of local government throughout the country. Naturally we decided to catch up with Julie to discuss her view on the state of local government and to learn from her past … Continued

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