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FCCMA Coaching Webinar
February 7, 2019 –
The Future of Power
February 7, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
ICMA Practice Areas: 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 14
Much has been written about solar energy, electric deregulation, electric vehicles, and other emerging issues in the electric utility sector. But what does it all mean for Florida’s cities and counties? What is the experience in other states? What does it mean in terms of local government revenues (i.e. gas tax revenues and infrastructure)? What complications and challenges will local governments experience in the short and median term and what steps should local governments be taking now to plan and budget for these challenges? This months webinar will offer a perspective on these and other issues as seen through the lens of the Florida Municipal Power Agency. All local governments are impacted and should try to have key staff participate in this webinar.
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FCCMA Onsite Training Session
February 22, 2019 –
Juno Beach Council Chambers, 340 Ocean Drive, Juno Beach
Mindfulness isn’t a common practice in local government, yet the lack of it is emphasized by the issues caused by the current hurry up, do it faster and cheaper model, even at the cost of civility in the workplace. Mindful leadership emphasizes so many things that matter for good leadership such as “see the big picture.” “think systematically,” “pause and consider the longer term consequences” and “don’t overreact.” Do we always pay that much attention? A recent Harvard study revealed that mindful leaders are more effective, get better results and are more respected by their employees. When leaders actively engage in mindfulness practices, the “psychological capital” of an organization rises. This is a wonderful opportunity for managers and key staff members to attend an FCCMA program together and reflect on their own leadership style and the culture they are helping to established within their organization.
Click here to register for the Juno Beach training. The deadline to register is February 15.
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