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NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

You, Me, We: How to Create a Culture of Connection in a World of Disconnection

Leadership development coaches and authors Morag Barrett and Eric Spencer discuss how to be intentional about showing up in ALL your relationships, both personal and professional. You will also learn about the five qualities of an Ally Mindset that result in powerful workplace relationships and the three steps you can take to strengthen your leadership presence and impact. This presentation is based on the new book “You, Me, We: Why We All Need a Friend at Work (and How to Show Up as One!)” by Barrett, Spencer and Ruby Vesely.

State Innovations and Opportunities with SNAP and TANF to Build Family Economic Security and Mobility

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provide supportive services, meet workforce needs and help families build economic security and mobility. Recently, both programs have received increased attention. Both are federally directed programs; however, legislatures establish the policy landscape for how they are implemented in their states. Join Dana Thomson, a senior research scientist from Child Trends and other state policy leaders from health and human services to prepare for potential program changes to SNAP and TANF, learn about other states’ innovations and inform NCSL’s federal advocacy positions.

Getting Value Over Volume in Health Care, Payment Systems

In health care systems across the country, many states are interested in payment and service delivery models that incentivize value rather than volume. But what do these systems look like? And what are the legislative opportunities to inform change? This webinar will provide an overview of value-based health care and payment initiatives, explore the legislative role in such initiatives, and highlight several state examples.

Grid Resilience Planning Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Content

Join NCSL and the National Association of State Energy Officials for an overview of the implications and opportunities for electric grid resilience under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law on Friday, April 28 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET. Ahead of the May 31 deadline for 40101(d) applications, this webinar will highlight the importance of coordinated grid resilience planning and investment strategies. Attendees will receive an introduction and overview of grid resilience planning and the role of legislators, an overview of the role of State Energy Offices, and hear from U.S. Department of Energy’s Grid Deployment Office on their program goals.

Education Trends in States | Part 4: Postsecondary Education

Learn about higher education spending trends and how states are broadening the scope of access and opportunity for students in higher education and career and technical education.