How you can help financially
- You can click here to Donate Now through Network for Good. Your funds will directly impact the learning and development of public leaders and increase their capacity to better serve the public good. Our focus is on sustainable leadership practices™
- Your donation could fund the development of municipal Leadership teams. You could be a part of fueling long term systemic change, innovation and improved public services in communities everywhere. We have many public sector cities, towns, states and school departments who would like to provide advanced leadership and management skills training but allocating resources for this purpose can be very difficult.
How you can help the learning of new Public Leadership Skills and Practices
- Help us identify public leaders who want to learn and improve their leadership practices and citizenship engagement skills. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and introduce yourself so we can meet you and/or so you can connect us to a public sector team that is interested in our training and consulting services.
We will select from the cities, towns, state agencies and school systems who have been unable to fund program attendance. Your donation will help them to get started. If you are interested, we are happy to share a copy of the best practices’ presentations shared at the end of the program. So, you can experience the impact of your gift on the communities served by public leaders in our programs.
- Help us spread the word about the Public Sector Consortium’s work and our goal of “reinventing the practice of public leadership.” Help us share resources and upcoming trainings as well as success stories by sharing our webpage or liking our Facebook page and following us on Twitter.
How you can help through Involvement in Good Governance
- Make sure you are registered to vote and vote in every election for which you are eligible including your local elections for town council, school board and ballot initiatives.
- Attend or live stream local public meetings, check out your local government website for opportunities to offer ideas and comments about key issues.
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