Leading with Purpose
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Meeting Management Solutions for Local Governments
Local leaders require the right digital tools for transparent communication and document sharing. Having a platform to exercise transparency, navigate remote collaboration , and reach the community effectively is more important now than ever.
Modern communities face unprecedented challenges such as public safety and misinformation. To address these, and meet constituents where they are, communities must implement technology that helps engage their community. Here's how.
Through our interactions with public governing bodies, we’ve learned a few things: Good governance is dynamic—it can look a little different from one organization to the next. Yet, there are a few modern governance principles that hold constant.
Papers, Best Practices and More
For many cities and towns, the staff who support local governments are the ones who do the real work of supporting a community. They are now making a concerted effort to better engage citizens and to streamline local government operations. The ability of council to operate effectively and to make decisions is central to improving overall quality of service to citizens.
Diligent asked many of its local government customers to give their thoughts on partnering with Diligent. Here's what local leaders had to say.
With unprecedented challenges faced by local councils and boards, keeping in touch with your North Star is more difficult than ever. This workbook will help you draft a personal mission statement, create a roadmap and rediscover your purpose.
The amount of data that municipalities deal with has grown exponentially. Local governments are particularly invested in keeping things secure because of the high level of sensitive information they store and the number of systems they use to share data with state and federal government programs.
Robert’s Rules of Order is a manual of parliamentary procedure that governs most organizations with boards of directors. Most public boards follow these procedure guidelines. Making a motion is how to introduce new items to the agenda. Here is our quick guide to the types of motions and the steps to making a motion.
- Reduce paper costs
- More time for projects
- Distribute information quickly
- Live-stream meetings
- Increased transparency
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- Accessible through any device
- ADA and WCAG compliant