Every organization encounters various types of silos, but there is a significant untapped potential when we collaborate effectively. Some struggle to distinguish between the concepts of Operational Excellence and Accountability. While certain leaders address immediate operational challenges, strategic leaders adopt a more expansive outlook, emphasizing the organization’s long-term vision and maximizing the efficient use of talent to attain it. A strategic plan serves as a guiding path, aligning available resources with ambitious goals and fostering a link between local government administrators and the community’s requirements.
The metrics identified during the strategic planning process identify areas of improvement and pave the way for progress. Inclusivity, in this context, involves a deliberate effort to engage team members at all organizational levels as an integral aspect of your culture and strategy. The capacity to openly discuss critical topics such as local mental health policy, financial transparency, engagement with multiple stakeholders, community awareness, inclusivity, and outreach fosters trust and cultivates cohesive teams. By establishing strategic management that harmonizes effectively with both internal teams and external stakeholders, organizations can enhance productivity, foster innovation, and cultivate a more engaged workforce.
In essence, creating and executing a strategic plan is a dynamic process that requires a combination of visionary thinking, practical feedback, and collaborative effort to drive an organization toward its long-term goals and aspirations.
Discover how Florida’s premier travel destination is revolutionizing the way they assess performance outcomes. Be sure to come equipped with thoughtful questions for our guest speakers and panelists, and prepare to be inspired by their expertise as you strive to excel as a distinguished strategic leader within your organization.
The Florida LTAP Center is pleased to partner with the American Public Works Association (APWA) Florida Chapter to bring you this webinar.
◾ Dr. Keith A. Clinkscale, Director of Strategic Planning and Performance Management, Palm Beach County
◾ Addie Javed, APWA FL Leadership & Management Committee Chair and Vice President, Epic Engineering and Consulting Group
To earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or a Certificate of Completion for each recorded webinar, you must view the entire webinar. After viewing, please fill out the web form at the link below to request your certificate. The Florida LTAP Center will follow-up within 2-3 weeks.
This webinar will award 1.5 PDHs.