Gaining resiliency for your public sector entity

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Resiliency on the Rise, Baker Tilly’s 2021 public sector virtual summit, represents the unique opportunities state and local governments, schools, tribes and municipal utilities have to strengthen communities and support people after an unparalleled year of operating through the pandemic. The summit took place on June 9 and 16 with an engaging agenda and dynamic speakers. Session recordings are now available on-demand.

View the recording from Day 1 of Resiliency on the Rise:

The future economy: opportunities for growth

Presented by keynote speaker, Andrew Busch, Economic Futurist

Key takeaways from the keynote address:
  • Identify the trends and economic forces driving change that impact your organization
  • Discover how innovation, policy changes and social shifts offer opportunities for growth
  • Gain insight into tools to help your community be successful

Leveraging federal dollars for your recovery – ARP and more

Key takeaways:
  • Understand how communities can identify spending priorities for ARP and other funding dollars
  • Learn how to build a strategic funding plan aligned to your organization’s long and short-term goals
  • Hear firsthand how communities across the country are navigating and strategically using funds
Presented by:
  • Jolena Presti, Managing Director, Public Sector Advisory, Baker Tilly
  • Della Clark, President, The Enterprise Center

View the recording from Day 2 of Resiliency on the Rise:

2021 communities: opportunities to collaborate and build after the pandemic

Key takeaways:
  • Discuss ways to collaborate with public and private organizations and different government entities to support communities
  • Learn innovative planning strategies for development projects to strengthen and diversify the local economy and meet community needs
  • Review trends and opportunities that position organizations to capitalize on the changing economy and post-pandemic environment
Baker Tilly moderator:
  • Matt Eckerle, Public Sector Economic Development Practice Leader
Government panelists:
  • Dr. Sue Ellspermann, President, Ivy Tech Community College
  • Kristie McKillip, Director, Duke Energy

Talent management in a post-pandemic world

Key takeaways:
  • Identify current workforce challenges, trends and opportunities
  • Engage in three powerful strategies to improve recruitment, retention and workforce planning initiatives
  • Apply five ideas to enhance recruiting, retaining and recognizing high-potential public sector leaders and managers
Presented by our public sector human capital specialists:
  • David Eisenlohr, Managing Director, Performance Optimization
  • Edward Williams, Director, Executive Recruitment
  • Jada Kent, Manager, Talent Management
  • Allison LeMay, MPA, IPMA-CP, Manager, Talent Management

For more information, or to learn how Baker Tilly’s public sector Value Architects™ can help your organization, contact our team.

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