Tag: UNC School of Government

Upcoming ELGL Twitter Chat with ncIMPACT – April 4th

ELGL is extremely excited to partner with ncIMPACT a applied public policy initiative of the UNC School of Government to host a twitter chat on April 4th from 1:00 -2:00 p.m EST focused on the role of local government in supporting workforce development. You can join the Twitter chat by following the hashtags #ELGLncIMPACT and #workforcedev. The following … Continued

Engaging Women in Public Service – The Download

Engaging Women in Public Service – The Download By Sarah Hazel Wow. It has been three weeks since a couple hundred professionals descended upon Chapel Hill to discuss how we can promote and engage women in public service leadership at the School of Government’s Engaging Women in Public Service Conference. The ELGL team had an … Continued

What Does It Mean to be Powered by Partnership? #engagingwomen

The Engaging Women in Public Service Conference is just a week away and ELGL is pumped to be partnering with the School of Government at UNC to magnify the conference message – supporting women in public service leadership is powerful. Over the last two weeks we introduced the engaging keynote speaker, Carol Kinsey Goman and … Continued

Afterword: A Passion for Public Service Headed to Chapel Hill

Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV – A Passion for Public Service with Rafael Baptista Stay Connected with Rafael: Email, LinkedIn, and Twitter Now that Rafael has decided to take his talents to Chapel Hill, it is time to focus on the fun details of moving from Oregon to North Carolina. Before Rafael escapes the rainy, overcast … Continued

The Bible of Performance Measurement

Some may prefer Harry Potter or Hunger Games books but we, government workers, much prefer Municipal Benchmarks: Assessing Local Performance and Establishing Community Standards by David Ammons. Most of us have referenced it throughout our public careers. Well there is good news – the 3rd edition is now available. Here is what you have in store when … Continued

03.25.12 Sunday Post (Rock Chalk v. Carolina Blue)

University of North Carolina [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO8f7JSOnRo&w=420&h=315] vs. University of Kansas [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h51be27dN8c&w=560&h=315] Rewind ELGL’s Call for Resumes Portland Timbers Match with ELGL on April 11 Info Request: Youth and City Boards ELGL Special Forum with CEO of Strategic Government Resources Job Posting: Assistant City Manager 03.23.12 Knope of the Week 03.24.12 The Saturday Post The Social Network Stay connected by following these … Continued

01.12.12 The Afternoon Delight

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJLvCM4j2mg&w=420&h=315] Join the ELGL Online Community ELGL Facebook , ELGL Twitter, ELGL LinkedIn, ELGL Google+  Rewind Social Media of Interest 01.12.12 The Morning Buzz Social Media Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. Twitter: Social Innovation, Rob Manning, Rachel Stark Facebook: Springfield Oregon, Kentucky League of Cities, City of Lake Oswego Participate City of Vancouver Town Hall Vancouver City Council would like to … Continued

01.12.12 The Morning Buzz

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p8Ni1sXBLk&w=420&h=315] Rewind Job Postings: CA, TX, China and New Zealand 01.11.12 Afternoon Delight August Luncheon: Sean Robbins – CEO, Greater Portland Inc. Job Posting: Forest Grove Sustainability Award Program Assistant Let’s Talk About Summer Job Posting: City Manager, Sherwood 01.11.12 The Morning Buzz Social Media Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. Twitter: WestLinn Tidings, Lake Oswego Review, Ray Legendre Facebook: Illinois … Continued

Local Governments Poised to Reinvent Themselves

Local Governments Poised to Reinvent Themselves As the economic recession deepens, the nation’s local governments have moved beyond a “business as usual” approach to cutting costs and improving efficiency. The premise for this paper is that America’s cities, towns, and counties are currently in the process of reinventing themselves now that the easy measures have … Continued

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