CCCA City Managers' Summit
What we're trying to do is figure out municipality success or failure through surveying their employees. We can then provide feedback to municipalities, especially city managers, about their work force regarding levels of satisfaction and emotional burnout, and more importantly how to recruit, educate and retain public servants.
To manage risk, our department is working on a number of initiatives to provide the proper training and resources needed for our folks in field. Our training bureau combines tactical and operational training but also pathways to develop the character of an individual. In the academy, our recruits receive more than 80 hours of leadership, diversity and community-based policing training.
First annual City Managersrs' Summit aims to help practitioners more effectively implement policy - USC Sol Price School of Public Policy- USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Professors William Resh and Frank Zerunyan survey Long Beach city employees - USC Sol Price School of Public Policy- USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Second annual City Managers' Summit focuses on employee satisfaction, climate change, leadership - USC Sol Price School of Public Policy- USC Sol Price School of Public Policy