The MMA will offer 18 workshops at the Hynes Convention Center on Jan. 21 and Jan. 22.

Those attending workshops at the MMA Annual Meeting & Trade Show in January can learn how to fend off cyberattackers more effectively, better prepare their communities for climate change, and manage the changing municipal workplace, among other timely topics.

The MMA will offer 18 workshops at the Hynes Convention Center on Jan. 21 and Jan. 22. Attendees will gain insights from experts on a range of topics and hear from fellow members who have developed best practices in their communities.

The following are the Annual Meeting workshops for 2022:

Friday, First Session, 2-3:15 p.m.
Advancing Diversity in Public Safety*
Building a Culture of Cybersecurity: Minimum Baseline for Municipalities*
Fiscal Outlook
Municipal Law Update*
Municipal Strategies for Online and In-Person Engagement
Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness: Tools and Tales*

Friday, Second Session, 3:30-4:45 p.m.
Building for a Clean and Resilient Energy Future*
Creative Placemaking in Your Community
Cultivating Board-Manager Relations*
Labor Law Update: New Laws, Recent Cases and Agency Decisions*
Overview of Draft Zoning Rules for MBTA Communities
Re-entering a New Work World: Energizing Your Workforce*

Saturday Session, 1:15-2:30 p.m.
Best Practices in Police Reform*
Community One Stop: One Year Later
The Future of Work: 8 Key Insights and Collaborative Solutions
Marijuana: New Regulations and Best Practices*
Paving the Way for Success in Municipal Public Works*
The State of Waste and Recycling

Workshops with an asterisk are eligible for MIIA Rewards.

Full workshop descriptions and panelists are available on the MMA website and will be available in the MMA’s Annual Meeting app.

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