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Identifying, Preventing and Addressing Ethical Challenges Faced By City Managers

Please join Meyers Nave Principal Camille Hamilton Pating, Chair of the Workplace Investigations Practice, for her general session keynote presentation on “Ethical Issues that Most Frequently Entrap City Managers” during the League of California Cities’ City Managers Conference on February 14 in San Diego. The City Managers Conference provides city managers, assistant managers, and county chief administrative officers with leadership skills training, professional development workshops, and legal and regulatory updates on the wide range of issues facing cities and counties.

Ethical Obligations and Missteps: Camille and co-presenters Rod Gould (prior city manager of Santa Monica, Poway, San Rafael and Monrovia) and Martha Perego (Director of Member Services and Ethics for the International City/County Management Association) will review the most common ethical challenges and related misunderstandings and missteps that may trip up city managers. The presentation will provide solutions to avoid ethical mistakes that could significantly impact a public entity as well as the reputation and career of the public official. The presenters will discuss the International City/County Management Association’s new e-book titled “Ethics Matter! Advice for Public Managers.”

Workplace Culture & Investigations: Based on completing more than 150 workplace conduct investigations, Camille will also share her insights on how local governments can develop appropriate workplace cultures that will help prevent the behaviors that lead to claims of workplace misconduct.

Date: Thursday, February 14
Time: 8:45-10:15 AM
Location: InterContinental San Diego, 901 Bayfront Ct., San Diego, CA 92101
Register: Please click here to view the full conference agenda. Please click here to register on the League of California Cities website.