Tuesday, May 24 at 11am CT (12pm ET)
NSCA is continuing the valuable industry business conversations that began at the 24th annual Business & Leadership Conference (BLC), held in February in Irving, TX.
Although he couldn’t join us at BLC due to flight cancellations, Sid Bose, attorney in law firm Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy Practice, is giving you another chance to take a deep dive into an advanced discussion on “big projects, good paper.”
Do you understand all your project provisions? Are you using “good paper” for your service agreements and project engagements? Does your company conduct large project reviews prior to quoting and signing contracts? Have you seen increased ownership guarantee demands?
This session will make sure you have a full understanding of obligations and subsequent risks before signing any documents or entering into agreements.
In one hour, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of licensing issues, as-a-service and subscription models, risk management, current supply chain legal challenges, and much more.
Siddharth “Sid” Bose is an attorney in Ice Miller's Data Security and Privacy Practice. As part of Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy Practice, Sid counsels clients on various data security and privacy issues dealing with Internet of Things (IoT), SaaS, cybersecurity and regulatory compliance, and data breaches. Prior to becoming an attorney, Sid worked as an IT systems engineer. He is a current board member of the Central Indiana Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA). He is also a volunteer with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) working group on IoT Security, Upgradability, and Patching. As part of the working group, Sid participates in discussions on the impact of IoT devices and the need for a secure lifecycle approach to IoT devices. Sid is also a former co-chair of the Indianapolis Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Tuesday, June 2 at 11am CT (12pm ET)
Each year NSCA collects feedback from members and the Board of Director to identify the association’s top priorities. In other words – NSCA members pay dues and, as an association, we work on tasks that our membership has prioritized.
In 2022, one of the top identified priorities is: Create an Ideal Workplace.
Indeed, workforce development is a pressing and complicated priority for many NSCA member companies. Another 2022 NSCA priority is: Redefining Talent Recruitment. NSCA’s re-energized Ignite program and the NSCA DEI Action Council play big roles there.
This particular webinar, however, challenges you to analyze your organization and company culture to understand if you’re doing enough to create employee loyalty. Are you fostering a reciprocal and beneficial relationship between company leaders and team members?
Maybe not as much as you think.
Join us for a conversation about talent. Because when you have the right talent fit, you experience increased profitability, performance, and productivity—the three essentials for any successful business. Attracting that kind of talent requires taking a close look at company culture, recruiting strategies, and retention philosophies.
Every successful business knows it’s only as good as its employees, and currently, it’s a candidate’s market. This means that top talent has their choice of employers. Therefore, it becomes fundamental for companies to enhance and maintain their employer brand to not only attract top talent, but to send the continuous message to current employees -- that the engagement drivers employees need most are top-of-mind in their work culture.
Participants will learn:
- Why onboarding is so important to your retention strategies
- Reskilling’s impact on retention
- And, how the pandemic has impacted the future of work and employee expectations
Join thought leaders from NSCA’s human resources Business Accelerator Insperity. The discussion is led by NSCA Executive Director Tom LeBlanc. Walk away with tools to help you tackle workforce development challenges.
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