Our May 14 webinar on “Human Resources Matters” is now available for viewing! This second installment of our What Matters Webinar Series featured an expert panel discussing an array of innovative solutions to working and managing remotely. Tune in to discover how water agencies, nonprofits and other organizations are using these to keep remote teams motivated and accountable and on-the-ground teams safe.
Nearly 75 people logged on live for our HR Matters webinar to hear from the following management and leadership pros:
- Diane Pitman, HR and Risk Director, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (view presentation materials)
- Sandra Kerl, General Manager, San Diego County Water Authority (view presentation materials)
- Joone Lopez, General Manager, Moulton Niguel Water District
- Scott Darrell, USC adjunct professor and leadership coach (view his website)
“The presentation, informational content and the speakers provided a comprehensive and professional insight and new look in some cases into the current COVID-19 operations and procedures we have had to adopt.” Bill Moorhead P.E., Moulton Niguel Water District Board Member“The speed, creativity, collaboration and impact by Southern California’s Water HR managers in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis is impressive.” Irwin Jankovic, Ph.D., Strategic Program Manager HR, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
- Moulton Niguel Water District
- County of San Bernardino
- Inland Empire Utilities Agency
- Irvine Ranch Water District
- Los Angeles County Public Works
- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
- Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
- Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
- West Basin Municipal Water District
Thursday, May 28, 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Money Matters: Infrastructure Financing During the Coronavirus Crisis
Thursday, June 11, 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Customer Care Matters: Rethinking Customer Service During Crisis
The What Matters webinars are an example of how SCWC pursues its responsibility to be the knowledgeable voice for Southern California on water issues. Looking beyond the coronavirus health emergency, the SCWC looks forward to in-person events as well as online events to further discussions to solve the state’s water problems.