Paula Kiger

 

Paula Kiger edits SmartBrief's nonprofit sector newsletters and co-manages @SBLeaders on Twitter. She worked extensively in Florida's quasi-governmental children's health insurance program that became a national model, has served as a United Nations Foundation Shot at Life Champion leader, has proofread professionally and has extensive social media experience. You can find her at her blog Big Green Pen, on Instagram, at LinkedIn and on Twitter.

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Overcome social distance with empathy in leadership
Overcome social distance with empathy in leadership

Why social distance in the time of coronavirus can be overcome with empathy in leadership

Why a township manager publicly apologized for an inherited problem
Why a township manager publicly apologized for an inherited problem

Why a township manager publicly apologized 14 years after a police report about Larry Nassar was not acted upon.

#ICMA2019: A call to reflect and lead
#ICMA2019: A call to reflect and lead

A distinguished local government leader issues a call to reflect and inspire

Cooperation: The vital public safety ingredient
Cooperation: The vital public safety ingredient

Why public safety centers depend on local government cooperation to succeed

Prototypes: They’re not just for big kids
Prototypes: They’re not just for big kids

Learn how literacy-based engineering helps children learn to comprehend, communicate and problem solve

Get out of your swivel chair and lead
Get out of your swivel chair and lead

Lessons on how local government professionals can manage chaos by heading toward the problem.

A look ahead to the 2019 ICMA Annual Conference
A look ahead to the 2019 ICMA Annual Conference

A preview of what to expect from the International City/County Management Association 2019 conference

Helping families find hope again after Hurricane Michael
Helping families find hope again after Hurricane Michael

A one-day camp was therapeutic for families affected by Hurricane Michael.

A look at how social work has become integrated into the work of libraries.

3 ways your aging client’s pet helps them heal
3 ways your aging client’s pet helps them heal

Companion animals can supplement the work mental health professionals do with elderly people