ICMA FREE 2022 Coaching Webinar - Organizational Culture: Use the Return to Work to Attract and Retain Talent
Recorded On: 09/08/2022
Organizational culture is critical to a team’s success – 65% of employees stay in their job because they like their workplace culture. If your team doesn’t have the best culture, the return to the workplace is a great time to make some necessary improvements to start attracting and retaining the best talent.
- What is organizational culture and why is it important to talent management?
- How do you determine the current state of your organizational culture?
- What can you do to improve your organizational culture and attract top talent?
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Vice President, Management Partners
Nancy Hetrick, Vice President, is an experiencedlocal government professional with over 20 years of experience in performancemanagement, strategic planning, team building, facilitating problem-solving andprocess improvement initiatives, executive recruitment, and successionplanning. She is co-chair of Cal-ICMA’s Talent Initiative, past president ofthe Municipal Management Association of Northern California, and founder of theWomen’s Leadership Summit. She facilitates priority-setting and team-buildingworkshops for city and county leaders. She is certified in a variety ofprofessional assessment instruments, including the Myers-Briggs TypeIndicator, DiSC, and the CPI260 coaching assessment.
Ann Marie Townsend
Ann Marie Townshend is the CityManager for Lewes, Delaware. A Baltimore native, Ann Marie moved to Delaware in1994 to attend graduate school at the University of Delaware. After graduatingwith a Masters of Public Administration in May 1996, Ann Marie began work forthe Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation as an Outdoor Recreation Planner.In 2002, she went to work for the Delaware Office of State PlanningCoordination as a circuit rider planner in Sussex County. In 2006, she became the Director of Planningand Inspections for the City of Dover, where she served until coming to Lewesin 2017. Ann Marie has served as president of the Delaware Chapter of theAmerican Planning Association. As a professional planner, she has been activelyinvolved in issues such as housing, downtown redevelopment, sustainability andclimate change, bicycle and pedestrian planning, comprehensive planning, andordinance development. Ann Marie is a founding member of Delaware Women LeadingGovernment and is currently serving as president. She is also a founding memberand professional mentor for the University of Delaware’s ICMA Student Chapter. AnnMarie is an active member of the American Planning Association and theInternational City/County Management Association. She is an ICMA CredentialedManager and has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Plannerssince 2003. She and her husband Michael are blessed with two adult sons.
Ms. Spiegel was appointed Davenport City Administrator in 2016, after serving the organization as Interim City Administrator and Assistant to the City Administrator. In Davenport, she has concentrated on cultivating talent and developing a mission-aligned organization that emphasizes definable performance and goal-oriented outcomes. For the past seven years, Corri and her team have successfully focused on service delivery innovation, improving financial conditions, economic and community development, disaster response, leveraging outside resources, and building strong partnerships. She holds a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University-Global Campus, a Master of Public Administration from Arizona State University, a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration from Columbia Southern University. Corri received her Credentialed Manager designation in 2018 and currently serves as a Midwest Region Vice President on the ICMA Executive Board.