How to engage staff and execute on your strategic priorities
It’s a common experience that the Achilles heel of any plan is the accumulation and follow through of the actions, milestones, and measures that allow for progress to be tracked and communicated. Join this webinar to learn how to keep plans and performance efforts off the shelf and in the heads, hearts, and hands of the people who will make a difference.
In this webinar on June 20, Envisio & Clients will discuss:
- The journey from goal setting, to action planning, to communicating progress.
- Creating the right conditions to achieve staff engagement and buy-in - so implementation succeeds!
- Effective reporting strategies and dashboards.
- Community Dashboards that promote progress and accomplishments for Elected Officials and Residents
Have questions? Contact Ryan Spillers, Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or pocket it for now until the Q&A during the live session!
Over the past four years Joseph Gacioch has served the City of Ferndale, Michigan. He has been charged with developing new ways of deploying governmental services, engaging residents, and developing organizational systems, mostly through the innovative use of technology. A related and equally important objective includes working to flatten organizational silos by developing cross-functional and interdisciplinary innovation teams. He has served as a board member for the Michigan Local Government Benchmarking Consortium (MLGBC), and an advisory member for the redesign of the Michigan Local Government Management Associations's (MLGMA) primary Website. Currently, a member of the Alliance for Innovation (AFI), the Michigan Local Government Management Association (MLGMA), and the International City County Management Association (ICMA). He has a master’s degree in public administration from Wayne State University and a bachelor’s degree in hospitality administration from Eastern Michigan University.
Kevin Knutson is the Regional Vice President for Management Partners’ eastern office in Cincinnati, Ohio. Kevin has more than twenty years of experience in local government, including ten years in strategic planning, budget, performance measurement, and process improvement and six years in community relations, communications, and citizen engagement. He is recognized as a national expert in local government performance management, long-term financial planning, and communications. He was part of a team that implemented quality management practices in Coral Springs that led to the City being the first local government to earn the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Kevin served as interim city manager, assistant city manager, director of the office of management and budget, and director of community relations in Reno, Nevada; and as director of communications and marketing and budget and strategic planning manager for Coral Springs, Florida. He is a recognized as a Credentialed manager by ICMA and was named the City-County Communications and Marketing Association’s 2011 Communicator of the Year.
Lawrence Grodeska is the CEO and Co-founder of CivicMakers. He helps residents, communities, businesses and governments listen to and collaborate effectively with each other. Before founding CivicMakers, Lawrence spent seven years in local government at San Francisco and Alameda County and brought that experience to his work on civic engagement in the private sector. He released the government of San Francisco‘s first mobile app based on open data, built the B2B content marketing program at Change.org, and launched Accela’s Contractor Central app to facilitate municipal licensing and permitting. He is an IAP2-certified facilitator who has hosted 50+ civic networking events and spoken at SXSW Interactive, SXSW Eco, Personal Democracy Forum, Urban Future Global Conference and the Code for America Summit.
- June 20, 2018
- 01:00 pm 02:00 pm ET
- Registration Deadline: 06/20/2018
- Member Price:$0.00