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    Full-Day Conference

    Date: May 3, 2018
    Associated Builders & Contractors of Southeast Texas
    2700 N. Twin City Highway
    Nederland, TX
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    Join us for our full-day conference featuring multiple speakers and relevant topics for today's leaders.  Visit to register and spend the day with a great lineup of speakers!

    This conference is for Supervisors, Managers, HR Professionals, and Business Owners!

    Topics include:

    • Millennials, Xers, & Boomers….Oh My!
      • With so much information and hype being published about millennials, X-ers, Boomers, and now Gen Z; it is easy to get lost in the labels or know exactly what to do to engage your workforce, tams or consumers effectively.  In this insightful and interactive training Angle Noel explains the unique generational characteristics, stereotypes, and influences that are impacting the way we do just about everything.  Learn the essential strategies for engaging every generation in your space.
    • My name is not HR
      • In this program Angie will lead us to explore the evolution of HR, the importance of value and the impact of leadership presence.  You will learn to shift your perspective and gain practical tools to show up, speak up, and stand up as a professional – regardless of title.  Attendees will leave with a better understanding of how they can improve their personal, professional, and organizational impact to do meaningful and fulfilling work as a human resources professional
    • Internal Investigations – Best Practices
      •  In this program, Isabel Crosby of DLA Piper will walk us through best practices for internal investigations.  Employers are presented on a regular basis with circumstances that must be investigated effectively to avoid legal liability.  An internal investigation may become your only defense in subsequent litigation.  Join us in learning the essential items of an effective internal investigation.
    • Work Place Bullying
      • Workplace Bullying leads to 7% preventable loss of talent for an organization.   In a 300-employee firm, the loss of eighteen $40,000 associates is equivalent to a preventable $1.44M loss.  Leaders must commit to stop workplace bullying.  It's not a "personality clash," or conflict.  It is non-physical workplace violence. Workplace Bullying is serious abusive conduct that destroys workers' health and productivity and undermines your organization's success.  Join us while Frank Mulcahy walks us through the appropriate responses for an organization in workplace bullying.