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November 5, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
NEPPA Webinar Series
NEPPA and Collaborative Learning, Inc. have partnered to offer a series of four 1-hour webinars to help NEPPA members better understand regulatory requirements, leadership skills, a changing workforce, and emerging technologies in the utility industry.
The NEPPA Webinar Series is being offered as part of NEPPA’s Public Utility Management Program (PUMP). Participation in at least two of four webinars is expected as part of completing PUMP.
- What Networking Is and What It Is not
- Why Networking Is Important
- How to Identify Networking Opportunities
- How to Employ Different Methods for Networking
Networking is an important way to engage with others for the purpose of exchanging information and building relationships.
In this webinar, we will explore together the opportunities that networking offers for public power leaders to continuously expand and renew their knowledge and awareness…enhance their leadership skills and impact…even find new approaches that others have used successfully to handle difficult situations and problems.
We will also explore the benefits and limitations of various networking methods and ways to keep your network viable and useful to you and your networking colleagues.
Cancellations are accepted until Thursday, October 22, 2020. Substitutions may be made at any time.
John Miner, P.E., President, Collaborative Learning, Inc.
Before forming his own company in 1995, John worked as a management consultant with two nationally recognized consulting/engineering firms, served as Chief Operating Officer for the Austin, Texas, Electric Utility Department, and as General Manager of the Rochester, Minnesota Public Utilities. John has been an instructor of technical and management courses for the American Public Power Association for 35 years and for the University of Wisconsin Madison for 20 years.
John’s technical seminars and workshops for utilities have covered such topics as application of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), overhead and underground distribution systems, electric system planning, construction, operations and maintenance. John earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, with honors, and a Master of Science degree in Engineering Science, both from the University of Toledo. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu engineering honorary societies. John is a Senior Life Member of the IEEE.
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