What Every Integrator Needs to Know: Web Series

Register for NSCA webinars to learn more about industry-specific business issues, research and trends, practical tips, tools, strategies, techniques, and resources on a variety of professional development topics. NSCA offers this cost-effective, convenient training solution for our industry professionals.

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Upcoming NSCA webinars:

“You Get What You Measure” – Managing through Metrics

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
9am Pacific/10am Mountain/11am Central/12pm Eastern
Presented by Brad Malone, Navigate Management Consulting

People adjust behavior based on the metrics they’re held against. Successful companies (and the people within them) measure things regularly – often against goals, plans, and projects. The most successful align the accomplishment of goals and objectives with measurable metrics, showing status and progress. This has a profound effect on culture, as well as how it grows the next generation of leadership.

Smart managers review key performance metrics in real time — without waiting for monthly or annual reports. These metrics are quantifiable performance measurements, agreed to by executive and middle management, which reflect critical success factors. They differ depending on the organization, but many will be similar with regard to categories. When selecting key performance metrics, it’s critical to limit them to factors essential to your organization reaching objectives.

This webinar will highlight several key performance metrics you should measure, show you how to create them, and give examples of aligning your organization to fulfill them.


4 Key Strategies to Retain Top Talent during Times of Change

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
9am Pacific/10am Mountain/11am Central/12pm Eastern
Presented by Taylor Golden White, Strategic Marketing Manager, Insperity

Change is one of the most significant drivers of an organization’s success. To meet increasing revenue goals, a business must be willing to bend and flex to the ever changing market demands. While most leaders are quick to identify the overall impacts that the change will have on the bottom-line, it’s critical to also remember – it’s the employees who are responsible for producing the product or services and taking actions necessary every day to implement the change or generate the additional revenue. This webinar will review 4 key concepts that you should keep in mind to mitigate the impact of change on your employees and increase employee retention in times of change.

Taylor Golden White is a Strategic Marketing Manager channeling her experience as a veteran business owner and entrepreneur to serve clients and provide value through fortified relationships. Prior to joining Insperity, she created the world’s largest professional photography magazine along with 5 other successful companies. She’s traveled the world sharing her knowledge and experiences to help small business owners grow and tackle adversity. She is an international award-winning photographer having photographed high profile athletes and celebrities including the First Lady. She currently performs as a first soprano with the Houston Symphony Chorus and is penning her first book.


How to Drive Value in Your Business Without Growing Revenue or Earnings

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
9am Pacific/10am Mountain/11am Central/12pm Eastern
Presented by Zack Gibson, Principal with CapitalValue Advisors (CVA)

With a history of managing hundreds of mid-market M&A transactions, capital raises and valuations, CVA has developed a framework of assessing value and risk in private businesses. We are excited to share our five value drivers and the best practices we have learned to drive long-term value.

Zack Gibson is a Principal with CapitalValue Advisors (CVA), a Denver-based mid-market investment banking firm. Zack has transactional experience managing and supporting a variety of client engagements including pre-transaction preparedness services, majority and minority recapitalizations, leveraged and management buyouts, strategic acquisitions and capital formation transactions. He has practical experience in a broad spectrum of industries including consumer products, food and beverage, software, manufacturing, distribution, and industrial and business services. Prior to CVA, Zack was with Hopen Life Science Ventures, a venture capital fund in Grand Rapids, MI focused on early-to mid-stage life science investments.


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