PAPER REGISTRATION FORM

 

 

PRESENTING SPONSOR

 

 

CONCURRENT SPONSORS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hotel rooms
available for $112 (single).

Mention WCASHRM.
Call 877-623-6697.
Hotel adjacent to
Convention Center

 

OPPORTUNITIES!

$250 Concurrent
Session Sponsors
Name on Website and Onsite Program
Recognition for Session
Introduction of Speaker
One (1) complimentary registrant

$200 - Vendors:
Face-to-face time with
300 individuals representing
over 75 companies

Booths include 6 foot table
2 chairs
Electricity with payment
Registration List after event
One (1) complimentary registrant 

Click on Registration
Click to Register as Guest
Input Data, Then
Click on the necessary
Product Item
Questions? Call Terry @
501-520-0909

 

 

 

Seminar

 

The event cost is $60 and includes lunch. 6 hours CE is available. Click here for the current registration form and flyer.

 Our 2017 event is set for August 24, 2017 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

 Registration is open! Make your plans to attend! 

 

Keynote: US Army Green Beret, Scott Mann
”Lead Strong When Trust Is Weak”

 

Leaders must know how to approach complex and challenging situations with a mission-focused strategy. Based on his book, Game Changers, Scott shares a method of tackling life's toughest problems by reading the human terrain like an expert, getting surrounded on purpose, making deep, personal connections, and how leading from the heart can leave deep tracks in this world. He’ll also show you how to build some of the strongest, most resilient teams imaginable. People who work with Scott will leave with an immediately useful Green Beret mindset, toolset, and skill set to turn more recruits into employees, maintain harmony inside the workplace, and find hidden talent in unlikely places, that everyone else overlooks. If you’re going to get ahead in this complex world, you’ve got to connect, lead, and connect again. Scott will teach you how. 

Scott Mann spent 23 years in the United States Army, 18 of that as a Green Beret, where he specialized in unconventional, high-impact missions all over the world including Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan. 

 Scott’s problem-solving abilities were honed during long deployments in places where trust was absent, conflict rampant and he had seconds to make real connections with local communities using his head, his heart—and when threats closed in against these communities—his hands. With those skills, Scott now helps organizations gain a better understanding of its internal culture, while exposing the potential for conflict that exists when trust has deteriorated. In the same way he empowered local tribes in Iraq and Afghanistan to make transformative decisions, using very few resources, Scott teaches corporate leaders and their teams the relationship-building techniques that drove so many of his successful combat operations. 

 Scott appears frequently on CNN, Bloomberg, Fox and Friends, Fox Business News, News Max and dozens of syndicated radio shows including National Public Radio, Wall Street Journal Radio, Fox News Radio and the Jim Bohannon Show. His op-eds have appeared in The Tampa Tribune, Washington Post and the Small Wars Journal.

  

2017 CONCURRENT SESSIONS SPEAKERS:

Tom Baxley - Motivating People
Wes Booker - Field Presence Leadership

Dan Herrington - Mistakes Managers Make When It Comes to Attendance Issues
Jason Hudnell - Conflict Resolution
Sherry Johnson - Effective Workplace Communication
Scott Mann - TBA
CW Miller - Accountability & the Blame Game

Greg Northen - Investigating Employee Misconduct

 If you would like to volunteer for the Doorprize Chair, please email Tara.Arthur@sflic.net.

Seeking sponsors and vendors. Download our registration form today.

 


 Thank you to FirstStaff for being our event Presenting Sponsor!

 


SEMINAR PURPOSE

Born out of need and demand, the Seminar is intended to educate and motivate primarily managers and supervisors - in areas vital to being a great manager/supervisor, and dealing with employment matters. This seminar is specifically designed for all levels of managers – from the newly promoted to the senior level in sizes of organizations. In addition, individuals not yet in management can gain knowledge to become a manager. 

As in years past, the participants can choose which concurrent sessions they want or need to attend. The topics are to designed to help managers to do their jobs better and to be able to understand business, employment and human resource functions.This allows the manager to get the desired training that they need, and hopefully, allowing him/her to immediately put into place what he/she has learned at the conference. Our speakers are all knowledgeable in their topics - many are consultants, employment attorneys or specialists in their fields. Speakers are live and will not be by tele-conference, enabling you to have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with our experts. 

In 2016, 322 local managers from the West Central Arkansas area including Hot Springs, Malvern, Arkadelphia, Hot Springs Village, Benton, Bryant, Little Rock and Glenwood attended this award winning event. In 13 years, we have served over 400 companies.

Check out the article by William B. Leonard of SHRM featuring WCASHRM's Pinnacle Award winning program.  


SEMINAR COMMITTEE & QUESTIONS

For questions, email seminar@wcashrm.org or call Deanna or Tara at (501)624-2172.
For registration questions, email registration@wcashrm.org or call Terry Davis at (501)520-0909.
For sponsor or vendor info, email SponsorVendor@WCASHRM.org or call Janet Edgar at (501)701-1601.
To donate a doorprize, email Doorprizes@WCASHRM.org
Need SHRM, HRCI or a CEU certification? Email registration@wcashrm.org 


SEMINAR LOCATION

The Hot Springs Convention Center is located at 134 Convention Blvd, Hot Springs, AR 71901. The seminar will be held in Rooms 207-209. Click on the map to access Google Maps. Parking is located near the Embassy Suites on Convention Blvd and behind the Convention Center on Church Street. Registration opens at 7:15 on the second floor outside of Rooms 207-209.

 

 


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