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09/14/16 - Effective Leadership to Drive Regulatory Compliance IEPA #10784
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9/14/2016
When: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Registration begins at 8:30am
Where: Village of Mundelein - Fire Department
1000 North Midlothian Road
Mundelein, Illinois  60060
United States
Contact: Stacey Ramsey
866-521-3595 ext 4


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Location:
Village of Mundelein
Mundelein Fire Department
1000 North Midlothian Road
Mundelein, IL 60060


Cost: Early Bird Members by 8/30:           $345
          Early Bird Non-Members by 8/30:   $545

          Late Reg. Members after 8/30:           $395
          Late Reg. Non-Members after 8/30:   $595

Please register to reserve your spot. Lunch and snacks will be provided. (Register for both Effective Leadership AND Drinking Water 101 and SAVE $95!!)

CEUs/RTCs: 7 hours

Trainers: Chet and Kat Aukley

Contact:
Lisa Starr, American Water Works Association
LStarr@awwa.org

Who Should Attend:

Drinking Water Professionals who have just taken a new leadership role in their utility or those who are focused on becoming a leader in the future.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effective Leadership to Drive Regulatory Compliance IEPA #10784

September 14, 2016
9:00am-5:00pm
(registration starts at 8:30am)
Mundelein, IL


A one day training program aimed at supplying useful tools for the New and Upcoming Leader in the drinking water profession.  The goal is to impart a working knowledge of the major role leadership has in promoting better public health while ensuring regulatory compliance. There is a constant increase in the number of variables involved to provide potable drinking water, some of which are:


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A public health science which continues to improve
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The need to increase utility rates
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Aging infrastructure repair & replacement

§  More costly treatment to stay in compliance

§  The need to promote the real value and cost of drinking water to the public

·   The Drought - a dwindling source of supply – a new reality for the west

·  A more sophisticated utility customer - wanting answers to tough questions of   ever increasing complexity

 

The New and Upcoming Utility Leaders of today and in the future will need all the tools available to them to do their jobs.  This program will address many complex issues and supply common sense tools for staying on top of the key issues hitting them on a daily basis, some of which are:

 

·The basics of good leadership principles,

·The role of leadership in promoting better public health for customers while at the same time ensuring their utility stays in regulatory compliance,

·How to deal with the future impacts of new contaminants,

·A way to bring to the forefront the true value and real cost of drinking water,

·How to effectively communicate these complex regulatory developments and issues to customers.


 

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