Tag: government training

You’ve experienced this before: You subscribe to your favorite store’s email and get a message that features the greatest pair of shoes you’ve ever seen. You click the link that leads you to their website. Then, you see the price tag and think, “The shoes are great, but not that great.”Over the next couple of days, the shoes follow you

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Written by Catherine Andrews, April 5, 2018.  Today we’re used to engaging with government by tweeting, email, web surveys and more. But take a step back and think to 100 years ago—nothing was the same. The only way to interact with your government was to write letters, visit city hall in person or attend open forums. But channels have shifted

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It’s hard to believe Advanced Learning Institute is celebrating 20 years of conferences! No matter where the next 20 years takes us, we know we’re committed to bringing you excellent conference experiences that help you recharge, be inspired & stay up-to-date in your career. Although the topics, trends and challenges have constantly evolved over the years, bringing together world-class talent

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Written by Andre Eggert | Granicus With video increasingly becoming the content of choice for consumers, it’s important to make sure that information is accessible to everyone. A great way to do that is providing closed captioning on all of your video. Need more convincing? Here’s just a few reasons to consider it. It helps everyone access public content Many

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Are you looking for cost-effective ways to engage your employees and achieve mission-critical results? Then this internal communications training is for you! Join your peers for the Strategic Internal Communications for Government training, April 17-19, 2018 in Washington, DC. Designed for internal communication professionals across both federal and state government agencies, you’ll leave equipped with tactics you can apply to

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By Granicus. We here at Granicus know defining key performance indicators (KPIs) is the cornerstone of completing successful projects, such as increasing public engagement or building brand awareness, that are on time and within budget. Without establishing these baselines, we,and our government clients, set ourselves up to be easily misguided, distracted, and unsuccessful. With that in mind, we want to

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Written by Caitlin Newark, Novetta Solutions Novel biometric technologies are receiving an increasing amount of public attention and news coverage, particularly given the strong uptick in diverse mobile and wearable biometric applications. At a glance, media reporting can often be overly generous with respect to the capabilities offered by these technologies. In February, for example, headlines proclaimed, “This Woman’s Fitbit

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For municipalities, having an active social media presence with relevant content posted regularly can help boost your citizen following. Often times, finding relevant content to help keep your citizens engaged is the primary reason why social media accounts aren’t updated on a regular basis. Having worked with over 2,000 municipalities, CivicPlus has thousands of great social media examples of how

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By Darcie Piechowski, the Social Media & Innovation Fellow for the IBM Center for the Business of Government The immediate access to citizen feedback rendered possible by our digital world presents new and faster means for government organizations to improve their services. While the government recognizes the importance of obtaining public feedback and is beginning to encourage more feedback on

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