The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a loss of economic, housing, and food security for many residents in the City of Citrus Heights. In response, the Citrus Heights City Council authorized $205,750 in emergency funding to support local nonprofits that provide essential services to Citrus Heights residents. The funding is part of a special allocation […]
By Ryan Hunter After years of work untangling government bureaucracy, we at the City Performance Lean Program have a secret to share: the most lasting change comes not from a software implementation or a strategic plan, but from engaging employees to improve the nitty-gritty, on-the-ground, day-to-day work. City Performance, a division of the San Francisco […]
The Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC) is proud to present the 66th Annual 2016 Annual Conference, to be held October 10-12, 2016 in Monterey, CA at the Marriott Monterey. The theme for this year’s event is Leading with Intention. The conference will feature the following sessions: Change Management, Navigating a Master Plan, Participatory Budgeting, […]
San Mateo County Human Resources Director Donna Vaillancourt discusses the importance of resource management following her presentation at the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC)’s Winter Forum in February 2016. Donna was interviewed by Marissa King, Region Co-Chair for MMANC and member of San Mateo County’s Human Resources team.
The 2016 MMANC Winter Forum drew a packed audience to the Foster City Recreation Center on Wednesday, February 24, with over 120 registrants amassing new ways to “Collaborate Across Communities.” The day’s agenda featured two CGL-certified courses – Leading with Emotional Intelligence and Managing Human and Fiscal Resources – as well as sessions on The […]
Eric Zetz, Program Manager for the City of Clovis and Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC) Board Member, meets with Joanne Bond to discuss her presentation on emotional intelligence. The interview was conducted in person on February 24, 2016 at the Winter Forum in Foster City, California.
The Davenport Institute at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy works with municipal governments and civic organizations to engage the residents of California in the policy decisions that affect their everyday lives. In today’s world of easy access to information and easy connectivity to others, it is more important than ever for California’s local leaders […]
This year’s annual event is focused on Collaborating Across Communities, and will feature sessions on Emotional Intelligence*, Managing Human and Fiscal Resources*, Creative Problem Solving, and a behind the scenes look at “the Big Event” (the Super Bowl). *Indicates Certified Government Leader (CGL) approved courses The event will take place in Foster City, on Thursday, […]
Governor Brown’s participation in the recent United Nations conference on climate change in Paris highlighted California as a leader in climate change and sustainability efforts. A recent op-ed in the Sacramento Bee from Chris McKenzie, Executive Director of the League of California Cities and Matt Cate, Executive Director of the California State Association of Counties […]
Former city manager Greg Larson (Los Gatos and Milpitas) sits down with International City/County Management Association (ICMA) State Liaison and former city manager Dave Mora (Salinas) to talk about the Credentialed Government Leader (CGL) Program. The CGL Program is a unique credentialing program supported by ICMA, the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC) and […]