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  1. Why Public Health Matters: Disease Surveillance

    September 2, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Garden City (Finney County) Clarion Hotel

  2. Why Public Health Matters: Disease Surveillance

    September 9, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Manhattan (Riley County) Hilton Garden Inn

  3. 202 Managing Employees Performance

    September 10, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Flint Hills Technical College
    3301 West 18th Avenue
    Emporia, KS

    202 Managing Employees Performance now combines two previous sessions: Supervisor's Role in Managing Employee Performance AND Coaching and Positive Discipline Skills for Effective Supervision. If you previously attended one of these sessions, you will need to take this workshop for completion of the Effective Supervisory Skills certificate program OR the Level 2 Roads Scholar program. What motivates employees to work? What makes them willing to expend energy to do a good job? Answers to these questions are fundamental to a supervisor’s success. Nearly all theories of motivation are based on the notion that motivation comes from within the individual employee. No one, including supervisors, can impose motivation on an employee to perform a job well. Nonetheless, we believe supervisors, by virtue of the organizational authority, have significant influence over the motivation and skill that employees bring to the job.

  4. 305 Fundamentals of Leadership

    September 17, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Riley County Public Works
    6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd.
    Manhattan, KS 66502

    NOTE: This workshop is a core course for the Foundations in County Government leadership program certificate (previously known as Leadership Academy) and applies toward the Level III Roads Scholar certificate. Leaders at the highest levels of government must continue to sharpen their skills to lead effectively. As organizations and workforces change, leaders must make adjustments. In this course, participants will examine concepts of leadership development; enhance awareness of leadership strengths and limitations; identify sources of influence and authority; review process for ethical decision-making; define value of mentoring for employees and self; and discuss knowledge management and succession planning.

  5. Webinar: Navigating KPERS' Latest Changes

    September 18, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Webinar

    Do you understand the KPERS and KP&F benefits you and other county employees have? If you have questions, you’ll want to join the KAC as we host KPERS Executive Director Alan Conroy for a fact-filled webinar on this important topic. Mr. Conroy will walk us through KPERS 1, 2 and 3 coverage groups. During the 2015 session, the legislature imposed restrictions on KPERS retirees who go back into the work force while taking pension benefits. He’ll give details on what those changes mean in practice. Finally, he’ll give his thoughts on what changes may be considered during the 2016 session. Mr. Conroy will explain what the changes mean to county employees and answer your questions during this hour-long webinar. This program counts as one (1) elective credit for the KAC’s Foundations in County Government leadership program. Cost to participate is $25. Webinars are designed for you to participate from your computer, watching the presentation and asking questions without traveling t

Kansas County Government Institute Calendar

  1. 202 Managing Employees Performance

    September 10, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Flint Hills Technical College
    3301 West 18th Avenue
    Emporia, KS

    202 Managing Employees Performance now combines two previous sessions: Supervisor's Role in Managing Employee Performance AND Coaching and Positive Discipline Skills for Effective Supervision. If you previously attended one of these sessions, you will need to take this workshop for completion of the Effective Supervisory Skills certificate program OR the Level 2 Roads Scholar program. What motivates employees to work? What makes them willing to expend energy to do a good job? Answers to these questions are fundamental to a supervisor’s success. Nearly all theories of motivation are based on the notion that motivation comes from within the individual employee. No one, including supervisors, can impose motivation on an employee to perform a job well. Nonetheless, we believe supervisors, by virtue of the organizational authority, have significant influence over the motivation and skill that employees bring to the job.

  2. 305 Fundamentals of Leadership

    September 17, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Riley County Public Works
    6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd.
    Manhattan, KS 66503

    NOTE: This workshop is a core course for the Foundations in County Government leadership program certificate (previously known as Leadership Academy) and applies toward the Level III Roads Scholar certificate. Leaders at the highest levels of government must continue to sharpen their skills to lead effectively. As organizations and workforces change, leaders must make adjustments. In this course, participants will examine concepts of leadership development; enhance awareness of leadership strengths and limitations; identify sources of influence and authority; review process for ethical decision-making; define value of mentoring for employees and self; and discuss knowledge management and succession planning.