MNP Presents: A Chat with George on Municipal Governance

November 05, 2019

MNP Presents: A Chat with George on Municipal Governance

Synopsis
3 Minute Read

Find out municipal relationship tips and trends from one of Alberta’s top municipal insiders in this candid interview by MNP’s James Richardson.

What is required of municipal leaders these days and what really makes for a good chief administrative officer and council relationship? Listen in to MNP’s off-the-cuff chat with one of Alberta’s foremost public sector insiders and find out.

During this candid interview, MNP's James Richardson delves into municipal nitty gritty with George Cuff, author, consultant and former four-term Mayor of Spruce Grove, discussing issues — and solutions — that impact municipalities. George draws on decades of experience to offer keen insights on:

  • Critical changes in municipal government
  • How council and administration differ and what a good relationship between the two looks like
  • Innovation and ways that municipalities do more with less
  • Adapting to citizen demands for more communication and transparency

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To learn more about municipal innovation across Western Canada, check out MNP’s report Innovation and Local Governments Across Western Canada, based on surveys of local governments and municipalities in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Contact James Richardson, Public Sector Leader, Alberta, at 780.969.1496 or [email protected].

Click here to check out George’s newest book (and other books) via Municipal World. 

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