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  1. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Ethical Conduct in Public Office -- BADGE Course

    February 25, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series During this hands-on case study involving scenarios from real-life cases, you will be acting as the advisor for your community after a questionable situation arises. Each round you will be given a new set of facts about the case in which you will work in groups to identify how you would address the current situation. The case builds as more facts surface. Are you prepared to manage such situations if they were to happen in your community? Instructor: James Macy practices law at von Briesen & Roper, S.C. James practices Government Law, Labor and Employment, Municipal Law and School Law. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact hours.

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  2. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Integrated Emergency Management

    February 25, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series Emergencies can happen at any time and place. All employees are “Disaster Service Workers.” Learn what are the top community threats, what you should expect to encounter in an emergency situation, establish a preparedness goal and core capability plan. Remember the role of Government is support, coordination, and policy direction. Are you prepared? There will be a table top exercise: Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Clerks and Treasurers. Instructor: James Reseburg is the Chief Executive Officer of Emergency Planning Solutions, LLC that provides Emergency Management Solutions for public and private organizations. James is an adjunct faculty member for the Federal Emergency Management Institute. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact hours.

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  3. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Advanced: Gain Time and Efficiencies through Spreadsheets

    February 25, 2021, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series The power and capabilities of spreadsheets are amazing. The time saving applications will trim hours off of a project or obtaining information. Spreadsheets are no longer single use, but a tool used in Project Portfolio Management, mailing, statistical analysis, municipal forecasting, generating reports, graphing financials and trends, budgeting, exporting/importing data in and out of software applications and much more. The time saving applications and the ability to manipulate data will trim hours off of a project or obtaining information. Our attendees tell us it is one of the most valuable classes they have taken. Must have advanced spreadsheet skills. This is not a beginner class. Instructor: Misty Dodge, Finance Director, City of Fitchburg. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact

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  4. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo: Good Hiring Choices do not Happen by Chance

    February 25, 2021, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series The employee shortage means hiring the right person is more important than ever. Hire the wrong person and you’ll end up with a revolving door – not only the “wrong” staff but your good employees too. This session puts a stop to potential staff drain by training participants on how to spot potential star employees, how to interview, and ways to set up your next new hire for success. Instructor: Laura Nolan, UW-Green Bay Program Specialist. Laura has 22 years of management experience in the health care field prior to working for UW-Green Bay. During that time, she supervised over 400 people using servant leadership principles managing recruitment, retention, and developing strong teams. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact hours.

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  5. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Keeping Your Sanity on the Frontline

    February 25, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:15 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series Learn techniques on how to build rapport and solve challenging customer situations without losing your mind. In the clerk and treasurer world you interact with a variety of audiences and roles which require different approaches and techniques of communication. In this interactive session, participants learn tools and processes for de-escalating intense situations for a positive result. In addition, the session will cover ways to let go of stress and find joy in your job. Instructor: Laura Nolan, UW-Green Bay Program Specialist. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact

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  6. UW-Green Bay Academy Course: Situational Application of Parliamentary Procedures

    February 25, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:15 PM @ Virtual

    Sponsored by University of Wisconsin - Green Bay as a part of the Master Academy of Civic and Public Affairs spring series Robert’s Rules of Order is a guide for conducting meetings and making group decisions. This class will be based on situational case studies and enactment of motions, when can they be made, if debatable, amenable, vote required for adoption. This class assumes you know the basics in Robert’s Rules of Order. Instructor: Tim Pflieger, Founder & President, Team Leadership Center. This advanced training qualifies for IIMC—CMC and MMC points at a rate of 1 point per 2 in-class contact

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