McGill Attends the NCCCMA Winter Seminar as a Gold Level Sponsor
This past week, McGill attended the North Carolina City and County Management Association (NCCCMA) Winter Seminar at the Benton Convention Center in Winston Salem, as a gold level sponsor.
Each year, McGill looks forward to exhibiting and spending time with local government leaders at this seminar, where we learn about key legislative developments, governmental challenges, and market dynamics that are affecting the clients and communities we serve in the state of North Carolina.
The NCCCMA is the professional association for city, county, and assistant managers representing counties and municipalities across the state. Their core values of encouraging lifelong professional development, supporting diversity and inclusion, and appreciating each community’s unique culture, are consistent with the principals on which McGill was founded.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING SEMINARS
At McGill, we are committed to professional development and take advantage of every opportunity to expand our knowledge, gain new perspectives, learn from our peers and neighbors, and share our own expertise.
Our organization is built on relationships, and conferences and seminars give us the chance to not only enhance existing partnerships, but also establish new ones.
McGill Financial Services Analyst, Gary Jackson said, “I was Impressed by the energy at the conference and the conversations had around important timely topics. It is always good to network and hear the excitement and challenges our communities are facing.”
NCCCMA SEMINAR AGENDA
This year the seminar agenda consisted of sessions and workshops on a variety of significant topics, including how to attract and retain the best employees, measuring and mastering inclusive leadership within an organization, onsite healthcare models that save money and improve health, affordable housing in a rapidly growing community, contemporary communication tools, managing the maze of The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) local fiscal recovery funds, inclusion, the digital divide, and the next generation of local government leaders.
We are leaving the 2022 NCCCMA Winter Seminar with new strategies that can be implemented immediately, the most current industry insight, and a refreshed dedication to providing our clients with the highest level of service.
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