Be the Difference: Mentor, Empower, and Walk the Talk
The Water Leadership Institute (WLI) developled 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 3: Be the Difference: Mentor, Empower, and Walk the Talk covers:
- Leading through Mentorship: Rising Tide - How Mentorship Elevates the Water Sector
- Leading by Walking the Talk: Why Leadership by Example is Powerful
- Leading with Empowerment: Growing from a Manager to an Empowering Leader
WEF Member Rate: $0
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
Register now to watch the webcast live or on the recording and gain access to a toolkit to help train you on each topic.
- 2:00 p.m. ET Rising Tide - How Mentorship Elevates the Water Sector
Developed and Delivered by: Megan Ambrose, University of Connecticut, WPCF; Alaina Harkness, Current; Angela Kilgore, Hampton Roads Sanitation District; Max Gangestad, Gross-Wen Technologies; Thomas Ng, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.; Laila Sukkariyyah, Water Environment Federation
- 2:30 p.m. ET Why Leadership by Example is Powerful
Developed and Delivered by: Kamrun Ahmadi, Stantec; Paul Dumas, WSSC Water; Stephanie Fuentes, University of the District of Columbia; Lita Laven, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District; Tony Singh, Virginia Department of Health; Alli White, Burns & McDonnell
- 3:00 p.m. ET Growing from a Manager to an Empowering Leader
Developed and Delivered by: Lauren Haydon, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District; Ian Kaliakin, Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc.; Johanna Malouff, Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority; Kyle Quaglino, City of Morro Bay; Claire Sheridan, One Water Econ; Tina St Pierre, Suez Water Technologies & Solution