Skip to Main Content

Episode 13: Leadership and Crisis Management

News Type Podcast
Go to Leadership News Subscribe

As the past city manager of Sanibel Island, Florida, Judie Zimomra has great insight into a local government’s response to and recovery from crisis. On the heels of Hurricane Ian, Zimomra shares with us ways analyses of past crises and efficient use of modern technology enable stronger preparation and response. Other considerations toward a faster recovery, she says: competent local government, solid and talented employees, and proper disaster education and information dissemination for the public.  

 

Keep Learning:

Battling Emotional Exhaustion: Choosing to Thrive Instead of Simply Surviving will help you address burnout, its consequences and tangible strategies you can use to mitigate emotional exhaustion to promote vitality and professional fulfillment. This Jan. 24 course through the Glenn College Management Advancement for the Public Service (MAPS) program is offered via Zoom. 

Produced by the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University. New episodes are available monthly wherever you stream podcasts.

The Leadership Podcast advances the mission of the Glenn  College and its Leadership Forum conference by supporting public service professionals who want to grow in their careers and by nurturing passion for public service throughout the year.