The Innovative Pathways to Public Service collaborative met for the first time in 2021 to hear from Dr. Robert Eyler, Professor of Economics with Sonoma State University. Dr. Eyler presented an economic update and analysis on the public sector as it endures and recovers from the pandemic. Click here for the PowerPoint Presentation by Dr. Robert Eyler. The recording for the event is included below.
Thank you to our sponsor, North/Far North Consortium and to Blaine Smith, Chair for creating this data-rich opportunity for the IPPS collaborative. Thank you to Terri Carpenter, Workforce Development Manager, Sacramento Employment & Training Agency, for hosting and facilitating the March 2021 IPPS collaborative.
IPPS is focused on building bridges and working in new and strengthened relations. Together, the partners desire and are building a new paradigm of effective, data-driven strategies for attracting, developing and retaining talent. Through creative branding /marketing, partners can inspire a sustainable culture of innovation, increase diversity and ensure government employees resemble our communities. Through a collaborative, informal network, this dedicated cohort of stakeholders are champions of change in the development of and engagement with a new generation of the public sector workforce.
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