DoubleTree by Hilton Austin
6505 Interstate Highway 35 North
Austin, Texas 78752
Keys to Management
The 2013 County Management Institute brings you the essentials of management training, along with breakout sessions for county officials and key management staff on leadership, human resources, risk management and grants. The conference helps you unlock your potential by focusing on communication, customer service and leadership skills.
New for 2013!
This year, breakout sessions repeat, so you won’t miss a thing. Another new addition for 2013 is a Best Practices Awards Luncheon on Thursday, open to all registered conference attendees. A one-day-only registration option makes this year’s conference the best value yet. Also, send more than one person from your county and save $100 on each additional registration. Watch your email for further details.
TAC's County Best Practice Awards Program promotes efficiency in local government by focusing attention on accomplishments and best practices in county government. The awards program highlights innovation and distributes vital information on what's working in county government; encourages recognition and inspiration for all county leaders; and improves the general public's perception of their county government and the value of their county's programs. Learn more about the 2013 award winners during Thursday’s session and awards luncheon.
Attendees will be able to:
- Identify ways to improve employee retention;
- Understand how health care reform affects them;
- Find grants available for counties;
- Use safeguards to better protect their office both physically and technologically;
- Control the factors that lead to employee burnout; and
- Reduce and prevent the most common causes of county losses.
Who Should Attend:
- Elected and appointed officials;
- Chief deputies, jail administrators and supervisors;
- Department heads and employees with management duties;
- Risk managers, loss control coordinators and committee members;
- Personnel directors, human resource officers and employee benefits administrators;
- County engineers and road administrators;
- Those needing Human Resource Certification Institute (PHR and SPHR) hours; and
- County law enforcement personnel.