Delegata Partners With CPS HR Consulting for Luncheon Roundtable Featuring Engaging Government Employees Author Robert Lavigna

DELEGATA, CPS HR CONSULTING TO HOST ROUNDTABLE FEATURING AUTHOR ROBERT LAVIGNA

Sacramento, California. February 2, 2016. Good leaders possess great vision and 20/20 vision is imperative when managing rich resources like California’s government employees.

Government employees face enormous challenges today, including being stigmatized as underworked and overpaid. Because of this they need strong support from their managers, but more importantly? They need to provide Inspiration.  So says University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of Public Affairs, Robert Lavigna.

On Thursday, February 4, 2016, premier systems integration firm, Delegata, in partnership with CPS HR Consulting will host a luncheon roundtable from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. featuring Robert Lavigna, the author of Engaging Government Employees: Motivate and Inspire Your People to Achieve Superior Performance and provides a roadmap to engaging government employees who are charged with solving the most challenging problems the state of California faces.

Delegata’s work in the public sector has earned the company distinction as innovative thought leaders who have successfully partnered with our state’s strongest leaders for 15 years.

Held at the Delegata Conference Center, at 2450 Venture Oaks Way, Suite 400, in Sacramento, California this “must attend” event for every public sector manager offers up an original model to help America’s largest employer apply the science of engagement to dramatically improve performance.

Light refreshments will be served and copies of the book will be available for sale.  Please RSVP to events@delegata.com or call 916-609-5400.

More information about Robert Lavigna and his work may be found at: http://www.lafollette.wisc.edu/faculty-staff/faculty/bob-lavigna

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