Terri Callahan, Director of the Kansas Certified Public Manager® Program, answers: What do you feel are the main reasons that people should enroll in the CPM program? What are the main benefits to them? To their agency? http://j.mp/BlogWhyCPM14
Sharon Riley, KU Libraries, shares her experience at the KU Inspiring Women in Public Administration Conference (April 17, 2013): "Relationships matter, and those that you build through camaraderie, teamwork, or simply sharing a business card and a story can have reverberations to your work life you may never expect." #IWPA2013
The Kansas Certified Public Manager® (CPM) Program represents a commitment to lifelong learning. CPM certification is awarded for life, but successful graduates will seek to refresh & further develop the skills they honed during CPM. The “CPM with Distinction” credential recognizes CPM graduates who continue to develop themselves professionally & make significant contributions to the advancement of public services. View participant list: j.mp/CPMDistinction14
Brent Narges, City of Pittsburg’s deputy police chief, and the Kansas Certified Public Manager program are featured in the #KU Works for Kansas Fall, 2014 edition. Narges said he saw CPM as an opportunity to improve his #management and #leadership skills.
Emerging Leaders Academy Graduation (July 17, 2013). Speech delivered by Charles Jones, Director of the KU Public Management Center. "It is impossible to be in the presence of public service leaders such as yours and not be encouraged and inspired." #Leadership #Inspiration a. http://j.mp/ELAGrad0713Jones