Methods and Techniques to Develop Your Employees: A How-To Guide - ACMA Inaugural Webinar
The past practice of developing employees' capabilities when it's convenient is OVER! More and more, seasoned professionals are departing local government and taking with them institutional knowledge, judgment and decision making skills that were developed over many years of service. How do you replace this void? Join Patrick Ibarra for the ACMA inaugural Webinar focused on "Methods and Techniques to Develop Your Employees: A How-To Guide."

This one-hour Webinar workshop will examine the impacts of the shifting workforce demographics, explore the many factors which impact employee performance and serve as areas for employee development, and increase your understanding of the numerous tools and techniques available at your finger tips to dramatically impact your employees' capabilities, including suggestions for which ones you should select.

Covering training strategies and development techniques, this workshop is sure to help you immediately impact your workplace and accelerate your workforce to meet tomorrow's challenges.

Patrick Ibarra, a leading expert in workforce and succession planning within local government will present the workshop and address your questions.
 
  When:   Thursday, May 24th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  Where:   Online
  Cost:   Free for ACMA Members
 
Registration materials for this event will be mailed out to members in April.

Mr. Ibarra, owner of the Mejorando Group, a consulting practice, and former city manager and HR Director, spent 15 years in local government and understands in particular the competing demands placed on professionals in local government. His firm the Mejorando Group partners exclusively with governments from around the country helping them continually improve.
Arizona City/County Management Association
1820 W. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 258-5786
Fax: (602) 253-3874
http://www.azmanagement.org
ACMA Newsletter Advertising

Contact Amy Price at
(602) 258-5786 or
aprice@azleague.org.