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Title: LEADERSHIP


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LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
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Leadership is action, not position.
  • - Donald H. McGann

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Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder
of success Leadership determines whether the
ladder is leaning against the right wall.
  • - Stephen Covey

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The Role of the Leadership and Management
Committee of the American Public Works Association
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The Committees Goal 1
  • The Leadership and Management Committee will
    provide direction and motivation to the
    membership to foster qualities of effective
    leadership and management within the profession
    responsible for development and administration of
    public works administration.

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The Strategy
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  • Conduct a member/non-member survey to determine
    what Core Competencies are essential for Public
    Works Leaders and Managers

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  • Develop a Bakers Dozen list of Core
    Competencies for Public Works leaders
  • Prepare a brochure
  • Write an article for the APWA Reporter sharing
    insight into each competency

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  • Develop a Bakers Menu list of Core
    Competencies for Public Works Managers
  • Prepare a brochure
  • Write an article for the APWA Reporter sharing
    insight into each competency.

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  • Provide a forum for discussion of the
    similarities or differences between a Leader and
    a Manager.

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  • Conduct education sessions at the APWA Congress
    which provide examples of good leadership and
    management by public works professionals

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  • Provide member-written articles for the
    Leadership issue of the APWA Reporter

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  • Provide guidance on
  • the development of
  • publications pertinent to the field of leadership
    and management by APWA

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The Committees Goal 2
  • To propose policy for the APWA Board, motivate
    and plan education and outreach activities within
    and beyond APWA.

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The Strategy
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  • To review, revise and create position statements
    related to leadership and management issues for
    the Association.

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The Committee's Goal 3
  • To support the development, in conjunction with
    the branding campaign, of a marketing program
    which will ensure an identifiable image of who
    and what APWA is and how best to deliver this
    message to the U.S. Congress and others.

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The Strategy
  • To participate as active members in the
    Association's Strategic Planning process by
    providing constructive ideas for the governance
    and activities of APWA.

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How does the Committee impact your local chapter?
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Any way you want them to do so!
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  • By monitoring the Management infoNOW community,
    committee members assist in directing members to
    good resources in response to requests for
    information or assistance in leadership issues.

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  • By providing quarterly electronic listings to
    articles or publications on leadership and
    management topics which may be of value to our
    members.

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How can I serve on this National Committee?
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  • A call for nominations is announced on the APWA
    web site, www.apwa.net and through the APWA
    Reporter in late winter or early spring each year.

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  • Nomination of any APWA member can be made by
  • Self-nomination
  • Nomination from a Chapter
  • Nomination from another APWA member
  • Nomination by an APWA Board member or Delegate

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What is required for participation?
  • Strong background as a Leader/Manager.
  • Ability to participate via a one-hour monthly
    conference call
  • Ability to participate in person at APWA Congress
  • Ability to participate at the Spring Combined
    Technical Committee meeting
  • Willingness to write articles and provide program
    ideas and sessions for Congress

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Is it necessary to be a public works director to
serve?
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NO
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  • Current membership is composed of a Deputy City
    Manager, a Structural Engineering Manager for a
    consulting firm, a Public Works Director, a
    Director of Operations for a Leadership
    Institute, and two retired Public Works Directors
    with their own consulting firms.

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How can I know what the committee is currently
doing?
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  • Check out the Leadership Management pages on
    www.apwa.net under Technical Committees.

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  • Meeting Summaries are available from each months
    conference call

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  • Brochures are available to download for your
    personal use.

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  • A Committee
  • roster, complete
  • with contact
  • information, is
  • available to assist you in offering your comments
    or ideas.

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  • A leader is best when people barely know he
    exists,
  • Not so good when people obey and acclaim him,
  • Worse when they despise him
  • But a good leader is one who talks little,
  • And when his work is done, his aim fulfilled,
  • They will say of him, We did it ourselves.
  • - Lao Tzu

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