Courses

Facilitated by faculty from the nation's #1 program in local government management and professional development experts from KU's Public Management Center, this week-long seminar is a premier leadership opportunity for executive-level managers to explore leadership strategies to create a culture that inspires and enables employees to excel.


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The Inspiring Women in Public Administration Conference brings together women each year for a day of skills-building, connection and renewal. We work to inspire and support women working in public service to not only remain in public service careers but also to seek out leadership opportunities. We hope you'll join us!

To view the full agenda for the day and other conference details, visit https://kupmc.ku.edu/iwpa-2020.

Sponsors: find sponsorship information here: https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1312/giving/interior.aspx?sid=1312&gid=1&pgid=3336&cid=6110. Please email Ruth DeWitt with any sponsorship questions. If your sponsorship level includes a seat for the conference, you will receive a discount code at the end of your sponsorship form to use on this registration site. Please register free seats in one order, and any additional attendees in a second order to ensure the discount code works correctly.


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We, at the KU Public Management Center, are honored to be the hosting agency for this annual conference for city and county leaders in Kansas (and anywhere else from which people might join us). We partner with the Kansas Association of City/County Management (KACM) Conference Planning Committee and are pleased to present this as their association's spring conference.

Our goal is to provide relevant content for today's public service leaders. In addition to presenting informative and thought-provoking speakers, the conference provides a critical networking opportunity for local government leaders. 

KCCM 2021, From Pandemic to Progress!

Join us for a one-day virtual Kansas City/County Manager Conference on Friday, April 30 from 9:00-4:30 PM.

From keynotes to small breakout discussions, presentations to networking opportunities, we are excited about this year's conference. And, in keeping with the beloved traditions of KCCM we are making sure there is time to meet the MPA students at "THE WHEEL."

Highlights Include (these are preliminary updates, some subject to change or details coming soon)
• The Design of Problem Solving - Tales from Operation Warp Speed - Andrew Ginther, G5 Planner, 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) US Army.
• Kansas Post Pandemic Economic Outlook - An overview with Dr. Donna Ginther, Professor of Economics and Director, enter for Science Technology and Economic Policy at KU.
• Reopening Kansas: What Are Your Plans? Roundtable discussions with your peers in communities of similar size.
• The Future of Rural Health Care in Kansas - United Methodist Health Ministry Fund and the Kansas Hospital Association.
• What the Latest with Broadband? - An update on initiatives with Stanley Adams, Broadband Program Manager, Kansas Department of Commerce
• Meet the KU MPA Students - at the end of a long day of KCCM, grab your favorite stale beer, make your own Wang Burger, and join our students at The Wheel. Cash only!
• We hope you can join us this year. "See" you on April 30th!


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