Whether you’re new to the profession or a seasoned expert, you can always learn more about how to develop your staff. In this episode, we feature three motivational local government leaders: Mark Peterson, vice president, Gov HR and former city manager of Normal, Illinois; Scott Sellers, city manager of Kyle, Texas; and Matt Bronson, city manager of Grover Beach, California. They share their thoughts on coaching, supervision, and leadership, while also taking us through significant moments in their careers where they learned key leadership skills. *Participants in this episode were originally featured in a popular ICMA Coaching Webinar, Successful Supervision and Leadership. ICMA coaching webinars feature leading practices, strategies and tactics, and developing issues and trends in the field.
Season 6: Upping Your Game
The start of a new decade raises the question, “Where will I be in my career in 10 years?” Season 6 of Local Gov Life shares career advice to help you develop a professional growth plan. And don’t forget to check out all of ICMA’s great coaching resources at ICMA.org/coaching.
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Read More About Developing Leaders in our Career Compass Series: https://icma.org/career-compass
Learn to Lead When a Crisis Strikes : https://icma.org/leadership-during-and-after-crisis
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