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4th Quarter Webinars
REGISTER HERE - October 4
Description: Most of us are drawn into public service because of our desire to make our community a better place. This session will focus on leadership principles and strategies that will help you to leave a legacy that truly makes a difference that lasts long after you are gone.
Will qualify for 1 hour of Elective credit for the Municipal Governance Institute (*MGI).
REGISTER HERE - October 24
Description: Many complaints from residents are made because of property conditions that are in violation of code or causing a nuisance. There are many nuisance conditions that have an adverse effect on the entire neighborhood. This Webinar will discuss legal options availability to the city to deal with derelict properties.
REGISTER HERE - October 30
Description: A significant rewrite of the Missouri laws controlling collective bargaining is now in place. It changes old relationships; creates new bargaining unit mandates; establishes union financial & governance transparency; limits recognition periods and contract terms; sets penalties and mandated reporting. Also, the union deductions of fees under the U. S. Supreme Court case of Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 (June 2018) will be explained. For any municipality engaged in collective bargaining (formerly meet & confer) or faced with these labor relations issues needs to enroll to protect the entity’s interests.
REGISTER HERE - November 8
Description: The session will cover setting priorities and measurable and attainable goals, and provide information on conducting analyses of both internal and external resources from multiple aspects. The presentation concludes with a segment encouraging community involvement.
Will qualify for 1 hour of Economic Development credit for the Municipal Governance Institute (*MGI).
REGISTER HERE - December 12 (*12-1 pm)
Description: Fraud is a significant problem faced by all organizations. According to a study released by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), occupational fraud costs organizations an estimated 5% of their annual revenue. Every organization would like to avoid fraud - A key to maximizing fraud prevention and early detection is establishing a fraud risk management program. Unfortunately, there really hasn’t been a “how to guide” on how to establish a fraud risk management program -- That is until now! This presentation will discuss how to establish a fraud risk management program to prevent and detect fraud.
Additional learning objectives covered during the program include:
- The Need for Fraud Prevention and Detection
- How to Establish a Fraud Risk Management Program
- Key Roles and Responsibilities
NOTE: To receive your MGI credit, once you complete the webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. It will then be applied.