Building Effective Supervisor and Leadership Training Programs: Three Utility Case Studies
07/17/2013 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
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seasoned managers and supervisors will be retiring in the near future and new
leaders will be asked to step into those positions. Because very little training on supervisory
and leadership skills is currently being offered, many utilities will have
difficulty filling these positions. Organizations that are addressing the need for supervisor/leadership
training are using several different approaches including internally developed
programs, programs developed in association with trainers and/or university
faculty, and regional collaborations sometimes sponsored by local WEA and/or
AWWA associations. This webcast will present case studies using three different
- Lessons for Success: Developing a Leadership Pipeline
- Rocky Mountain Section AWWA/WEA Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program
- Leadership Training From the Start
- James McPherson, Technical Training Coordinator, Union Sanitary District
O. Barnhill, Training Manager, Greater Cincinnati Water Works
Gerstberger, President, TAP Resource Development Group, Inc.
L. Nipper, Director of Operations, Toho Water Authority (Moderator)
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- WEF's Utility Management Committee - Workforce Subcommittee
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