ICMA Coaching: Charting Your Future: Developing Your Personal Strategic Plan
Includes a Live Event on 10/22/2020 at 1:30 PM (EDT)
Life is busy and it is easy to lose track of what is important during the chaos of juggling the roles of manager, spouse, parent, and community member. A personal strategic plan can help keep your life in balance and keep you focused on what is truly important to you.
- 1. What are the components of a personal strategic plan?
- 2. How can developing a personal strategic plan make me more successful?
- 3. What are tools to accomplish the goals of a strategic plan?
We'll be using webinar tools (including real-time questions and live polling) to make this a great opportunity for audience interaction.
ICMA-CM: This webinar meets Practice 5 (Personal Resiliency and Development) of ICMA’s Practices for Effective Local Government Leadership
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This webinar is sponsored by ICMA-RC, ICMA Premier Level Strategic Partner
HR Director, Leland, NC
Susan is currently serving Leland, NC as an HR Director.
Michael (Jake) Johansson
City Manager, Port Orange, FL
Jake is currently serving as the City Manager, Port Orange, FL. He recently retired as a U.S. Naval Aviator with a Bachelors in Business Management from Troy University and an M.P.A. from Old Dominion University. Previous leadership experience as the Commanding Officer (CEO) at sea (aviation squadron) and ashore (base installations). My family lives on the Western side of Port Orange, FL.
Jay (Dallin) Kimble
County Administrative Officer
Dallin Kimble is the County Administrative Officer in Mariposa County, California-- home of Yosemite National Park. Dallin led development of the first strategic plans for Mariposa County and the Town of Ashland, Virginia, where he worked prior to moving west. Dallin is a Credentialed California Senior Executive; a graduate of the Local Government Summer Institute at Stanford University; an enlightened and grateful survivor of the Leading, Educating and Developing (LEAD) program hosted at the University of Virginia; and a compulsive planner of community progress and personal achievement.