Tag: Twittersation

#EngagingWomen Twittersation – June 3

The Southeast Chapter of ELGL is headed to the UNC School of Government’s Engaging Women Conference, and we want to hear from you! Join us for a Twittersation on June 3 at 1:00 p.m. EST. We will be discussing what you want to know from speakers at the conference.

ICYMI: Recap of the 12/2 #ELGLFerguson Twittersation

Last Tuesday ELGL hosted another Twittersation to discuss the events in Ferguson, MO that resulted from the shooting death of 18 year old Michael Brown by local police officer. Moderator Brittany Bennett facilitated a conversation on race and how public servants can be better prepared to deal with the community tensions it can cause. Check … Continued

#ELGLFerguson Twittersation Recap

ELGL hosted a Twittersation addressing many of the local government issues that arose following the shooting of Michael Brown. Our moderator, Brittany Bennett, summarized her thoughts on the Twittersation. You can also read the Storify summary we compiled from the many tweets flying to and fro during the conversation and add your input on the … Continued

Twittersation: #GreatDebate – Assistant City Manager vs. City Manager with Julie Underwood and Bo Ferguson

Tweet. Tweet. Julie Underwood and Bo Ferguson will expound on Julie’s article, “The Great Debate: City Manager vs. Assistant City Manager” during a Twittersation on Tuesday, September 30 at noon Pacific time. Julie is the former Shoreline (WA) city manager and current Daly City (CA) assistant city manager. Bo, formerly Hendersonville’s (NC) City Manager, is now the … Continued

#AdvanceYourself Twittersation

ELGL is collaborating with Melissa Anzman of Launch Yourself to bring you our latest and greatest Twittersation. Mark your calendar and plan to log on to your Twitter on May 1 at 3:00 p.m. EST (that’s noon, PST) to be part of the conversation about Advancing In Your Career. Or, in Twitter lingo, #AdvanceYourself. ELGL focuses on … Continued

#StateOfTheCity: ELGL’s Next Twittersation

Are you currently working on your city’s State of the City address?  Looking for new ideas, fresh approaches, or creative themes? Then join our Twittersation* on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. PST; noon CT.  We’ll use the hashtag #StateOfTheCity, and share our experiences writing, listening to, and responding to municipal State of the … Continued

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