Top 5 Most Attended Webinars of 2015

Dec 18, 2015 | BLOG POST

To wrap-up our week of counting down the best of ICMA this past year I will count down the most attended ICMA University webinars. ICMA University's mission is to advance the profession of local government management through learning and skills enhancement, and the online learning sessions allows users to learn about a wide-range of topics on their own schedule. Learn more about ICMA University here.


1.) Supreme Court Rulings: What Every Local Government Manager Needs to Know

About: Lisa Soronen, executive director of the State and Local Legal Center, discusses what you need to know about the recent Supreme Court Rulings and what you need to do to comply with them.


2.) Police and Social Media: Building Trust within the Community

About: Police Chief Dan Alexander joins Tom Wieczorek from the Center for Public Safety Management, LLC., leads a discussion to help communities understand social media platforms and how to use them to better relate to the community.


3.) Collective Bargaining: Two-Part Series

About: This two-part webinar series provides instructions on how city/county managers, human resources and labor relations managers, and department heads can best prepare for collective bargaining and make proposals.


4.) Asking Police Chiefs the Right Questions

About: How many police officers do you really need? How well is your police department performing? Are "officers per 1,000" and "number of calls" really meaningful measures? Leonard Matarese tackles these questions and provide data that will help you rethink the workforce allocation of your police department.


5.) Asking Your Fire Chief the Right Questions

About: Leonard Matarese will share new information that will help you address the tough issues that local governments face with regard to fire and EMS services.



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Douglas Shontz

Knowledge Network Research and Content Associate


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