December 9. 2021

Women & Leadership Series: Retaining Talent in Our Changing Environment


Webinar

EVENT SUMMARY

Organized by the SGA Women & Leadership committee, this webinar is designed to identify the opportunities and best practices that are being created to address the resource challenges the natural gas industry faces in our changing work climate. In this panel discussion, we’ll delve deeper into how the work environment is changing, and how companies are adapting and becoming more efficient for themselves while maintaining the quality of life for employees. Topics will include:

  • Incorporation of virtual meetings
  • Working from home
  • Home to Workplace Transition
  • Security Protocol
  • Evaluation, Compensation, and Incentives/Benefits
  • Early Retirements
  • Where/How to Recruit
  • Integration
  • Retention of Women in the Workplace
  • Integration of employee feedback
  • Re-energize mentorship programs and new ways to engage with employees

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the key complexities of today’s changing world that our industry faces from a Talent Management perspective
  • Learn how other leaders and management professionals approach these opportunities

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Leaders looking to attract and keep talent
  • HR professionals and recruiters
  • Women & Men looking to build their leadership capacities by better understanding Talent Management

 

 

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS

Devon Rudloff

Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
Chesapeake Utilities


Ms. Rudloff was appointed Assistant Vice President of Chesapeake Utilities in March of 2015. In this role, she is responsible for all of the company’s Human Resource functions, including talent acquisition, professional development and training, employee relations, employee retention and reward, succession planning, compensation and benefits, policy management, compliance, and enhancing and expanding our HR programs as we continue to grow our businesses. Ms. Rudloff joined the company in 2010 as the Director of Human Resources for Florida Public Utilities. For twenty years prior to joining Chesapeake, Ms. Rudloff served in various HR management positions within TECO Energy businesses including TECO Peoples Gas and Tampa Electric. Devon began her career in the utility industry with West Florida Natural Gas Company and has over 30 years of utility industry experience. Devon graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She minored in Education and is qualified to teach middle school social sciences. She has her SPHR certification (Senior Professional Human Resources) and has a passion for people, training and career development.

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Carolyn Bermudez

State President – GA
Liberty Utilities


When

From 12-09-2021 11:00 am CST until 12-09-2021 1:00 pm CST


Where

Registration Information
Member $75
Non-Member $100

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

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