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1st Quarter Webinars
REGISTER HERE - February 27
REJUVENATING DOWNTOWN, presented by Gayla Roten, Director, Missouri Main Street Connection
Description: Main Street empowers communities to set their own destinies. While revitalization is challenging work, the Main Street program offers a road-map for locally-owned, locally-driven prosperity. Across the country, thousands of communities have used the Main Street Approach to transform their economies, leverage local leadership, and improve overall quality of life.
The Main Street movement is the leading voice for preservation–based economic development and community revitalization. This webinar will give you an understanding of the Main Street Approach to revitalization and how the Missouri Main Street Program can serve your Community to revitalize and improve the quality of life in the heart of your Communities. You will hear first-hand the success stories of communities following the Main Street methodology and how your community can do the same.
REGISTER HERE - March 7
Description: What should leaders of local government who want to build their 21st-century workforce do? Discard the old models in favor of proven approaches to create the Workforce of Tomorrow including realizing it is not the sole responsibility of the Human Resources Department to attract great talent, but instead the entire organization. Learn the eight-step approach to becoming a talent-centric organization and translate the headwinds of change into a tailwind. Patrick Ibarra of the Mejorando Group, one of the leading experts on creating and implementing effective and Talent Management and Succession Planning programs for local governments, will lead an interactive workshop, which will include progressive and practical strategies and tools to attract, retain, and optimize talent. Attendees will walk away with a plan for next steps to move their organization forward!
REGISTER HERE - March 13
Description: This presentation will cover the requirements of Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation Law, what employers, employees and all stakeholders should know about the Law, and how the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Division of Workers’ Compensation, and the Fraud and Noncompliance Unit can help.
NOTE: To receive your MGI credit, once you complete the webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. It will then be applied.