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The Water Leadership Institute (WLI) developed a three-part webcast series exploring nine tenets of authentic leadership.
During this webcast series, participants will learn about those tenets possessed by great leaders that draw us in, inspire us, and create results by sharing examples, insights, and hands-on training materials to support your continued growth as water leaders, no matter your role.
When you register for the webcast, you also get access to a toolkit for each topic included.
Webcast 2: Achieve Results: Foster Trust, Increase your Emotional Intelligence, and be a Catalyst covers:
- Leading with Trust: Why Trust is a Must for Water Leaders
- Leading as a Catalyst: BOOM! How to Become a Catalyst Leader
- Leading with Emotional Intelligence: Expand Your EQ Tank
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Non-Member Rate: $40
For questions, please email WLI@wef.org
You can earn 1.5 General Contact Hours by attending this webcast or watching the recording in the WEF Learning Center after the live date.
Learn more about the remaining Webcasts in the WLI Authentic Leadership Series at www.wef.org/AuthenticLeadership
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- 2:00 p.m. ET Why Trust is a Must for Water Leaders
Building and maintaining trust is key to leadership and the success of your organization. During this segment we’ll explore the core tenets of trust, what Vince Vaughn and the movie Dodgeball can teach us about trust, why trust is essential for authentic water leaders, and we’ll share tools you can use to build trust.
Developed and Delivered by: Alyssa Dodd, City of Charlotte Storm Water Services; Moalie Jose, Hazen & Sawyer; Ashley Landis, Jacobs; Mark Gockowski, Baxter & Woodman; Matt Reeve, SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions; Katie Xuan Zheng, SouthWest Water Company
- 2:30 p.m. ET BOOM! How to Become a Catalyst Leader
Developed and Delivered by: Matt Castillo, MSA Professional Services, Inc.; Nick Covello, City of Grandville Clean Water Plant; Marcus Gilmore, McCarthy Building Companies; Ali Ling, Barr Engineering; Ramola Vaidya, HDR; Kim Worsham, FLUSH
- 3:00 p.m. ET Expand Your EQ Tank
High emotional intelligence in leaders is linked to successful and efficient teams. Having a rich emotional vocabulary assists leaders in guiding their team's emotions in order to yield positive outcomes. In this webinar, you will learn the first steps to emotional intelligence which is identifying feelings within yourself and your team members.
Developed and Delivered by: Jenelle Armstrong, Charleston Sanitary Board; Rick Delacono, South Essex Sewerage District; Mark Loria, Stantec; Alma Rocha, San Diego State University; Sean Trainor, Evoqua Water Technologies; Victoria Wanjohi, CDM Smith