Tag: Training

The Right Stuff? Or Do Purchases Signal the Wrong Values?

By Sarah Moss, MPA | LinkedIn | Twitter What I am watching: The Right Stuff, about the early years of the U.S. space program What I am reading / listing to: Creative Quest by Questlove / The Roots What I am working on: Rewriting lyrics to pop songs for fun localgov and nonprofit clients to … Continued

Podcast: Entrepreneurial Mindset in Albuquerque, NM with Tom Darling

Tom Darling Division Manager, Public Service University Albuquerque, NM LinkedIn Unleash employees. Tom Darling the Division Manager of Public Service University at the City of Albuquerque, NM joined the podcast to talk about training staff and changing culture. He discusses why “entrepreneurship” is a useful trait and why it’s important to bring to local government. … Continued

Podcast: Data & Continuous Improvement in Louisville with Daro Mott

Daro Mott Chief of Performance Improvement Louisville, KY Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter LouieStat and changing culture. Daro Mott, the Chief of Performance Improvement for the City of Louisville, Kentucky, joined the podcast to talk about their use of data and focus on process improvement. Daro described Louisville’s particular focus on professional development and training employees … Continued

Meeting the Professional Development Needs of Employees

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] He’s back! Goodyear, AZ ‘s Christian Williams asks: How does your organization give employees new experiences or provide them with new learning opportunities? When positions need to get filled the first answer isn’t always starting with the standard recruitment process. A new vacancy or internal special project can provide a valuable growth and development opportunity … Continued

Free Land Use Training in Beaverton, OR

Our organizational member the City of Beaverton would like to invite all interested people to attend a land use training on February 25th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  The training, put on in partnership between the City’s Neighborhood Program and the Community Development Department, is an effort to help community members participate more effectively in the … Continued

Economic Development Survey!

OEDA Needs Your Help! ELGL members are being asked to participate in a survey for one of our partner organizations, the Oregon Economic Development Association (OEDA).  Specifically, if you work in Economic Development or a related field you should take the time to answer this survey.  Also, if you’re interested in Economic Development and would … Continued

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