NSCA’s 2013 Webinar Series Focuses on Strategies, Tactics and Information for a Successful Business
Mar 15, 2013 5:12 PM
March 19, 2013 – Business Transformation – Presented by: Paul Cronin, Atrion Networking & Chuck Wilson, NSCA
This seminar will address how and why the traditional integrators’ business model must be transformed for long-term growth and sustainability. Details on how to make the transformation from a “product sales driven” organization to a “service driven” organization will be discussed. Finally, case studies of organizations that have successfully made the transformation will be made, and tips of traps and pitfalls to avoid will also be shared.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - What Integrators Need to Review – 10 Outrageous Contract Requirements - Presented by: Cliff Ennico, Law Office of Clifford R. Ennico
This seminar is for senior managers who administer agreements and contracts within their companies. Gain information on how to avoid, eliminate or reduce risk on your next contract. Understand how you can better position yourself in areas including insurance, waiver of subrogation, indemnification, disputes/resolution, imposed delays, liquidated damages, completion conditions, retainage, terms and conditions, and more.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 - What Integrators Need to Do to Compete – Attracting and Retaining Employees- Presented by: Ray Bailey, President of Lone Star Communications and Cory Schaeffer, VP Sales Worldwide for Listen Technologies
In an age when employers are competing to hire top talent, what are leading integrators doing to beat the competition and retain those dynamic employees? Join Cory Schaeffer from Listen Technologies as she interviews Ray Bailey, President of Lone Star Communications about ways he rewards his employees who excel, helps members of his team avoid burnout, how to spot morale problems before they escalate, and identifies and grooms future leaders in his own organization. With a number of employees with 20+ years of service at Lone Star, you won’t want to miss hearing about how this integration firm is winning in the war for talent.
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