Take a moment of your day to learn about intentional leadership, a management philosophy that will help you gain control by relinquishing perceived power.
Perhaps a too common occurrence in local government organizations are the numerous steps staff have to go through to receive multiple approvals, sometimes even resulting in the final "okay" from leadership after required deadlines. These “ordinary government operations” are sometimes seen as burdensome and inefficient.
But, should we always listen to our inner local government bureaucrat? What if there is a “democratic approach to management, in which supervisors relinquish perceived power and increase their level of trust in their subordinates in order to be a part of every action, while actively removing themselves as a part of every answer.”
That’s where Intentional Leadership—a management philosophy that engages staff, values their expertise, and redefines the decision-making process—can help transform bureaucracy into engagement.
Join the Alliance for Innovation with panelists Christopher Orlea, Ph.D. and Carry Capers from the City of Pearland, TX, on August 24, for a live learning session on Intentional Leadership including:
Registration will include post-live webinar discussion questions to help you continue the conversation!
Alliance Members: $49
Register today for the online learning session.
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!
Too excited to wait until the session starts? Get a sneak preview by clicking on the highlighted section to review the City of Pearland, TX case study “Intentional Leadership”
Interested in learning more about the TLG 2018 case study program? Submissions are now being accepted! Submissions are due 9/1/17. Contact Brandi Allen, Conferences Director, or Ryan Spillers, Program Coordinator, for any questions you and your team may have!
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