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.
Upcoming NSCA webinars:
Tuesday, October 5, 2021 11am CDT
Nobody has said that leading a company or being a human resources leader through a pandemic or pandemic recovery is easy – at least not that we’ve heard.
There is great risk. However, there is also an opportunity to pivot and guide your company toward becoming an even stronger team. Now is not the time for talent leaders to sit back – and this Q4 2021 webinar aims to help integration company leaders seize the moment.
It’s important to recognize that there are new talent management challenges – and just as vital to recognize the new opportunities that have emerged.
- Pandemic and post-pandemic talent risks (e.g. employee burnout, lack of collaboration)
- Opportunity to build team unity
- How to navigate health and safety concerns
- Understanding employees’ evolving benefit expectations
- Supporting employees’ mental health needs
- Enabling employees to support customers’ changing demands
- What are flex opportunities and how can they inspire, engage and retain employees?
- Escalated need to accelerate employee learning and development in times of flex
NSCA Executive Director Tom LeBlanc is joined by integration firm leaders and experts from Insperity, NSCA’s human resources Business Accelerator.
Bill Fons, President of NSCA member integration company ptg; Betts Sanders, Performance Specialist for Insperity; and Terry A. Miller, Human Resources Specialist for Insperity, join LeBlanc to tackle the most important talent management challenges and opportunities for integration companies at this very unique point in time.
Register now to make sure you’re doing everything you can to support your employees and strengthen your team.
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Tuesday, October 19, 2021 12pm EDT
Presented by: Chuck Wilson, CEO of NSCA and co-founder of PASS (Partner Alliance for Safer Schools)
If you’re an AV integrator, you likely think that you’re not well positioned to help education customers with school safety. That would be wrong.
The truth is that education integrators – whether they provide AV, security, or life safety solutions – play a role in the school safety ecosystem. This is a golden opportunity for integration firms.
As integrators, you want to play a role in helping your customers be successful and add value for them. There is no bigger success or greater value than providing a safe school environment for students.
In this Commercial Integrator and NSCA Business Series Webinar, learn how integrators can better position themselves to play a role in school safety. Chuck Wilson, CEO of NSCA and co-founder of PASS (Partner Alliance for Safer Schools), leads a conversation about how integrators can leverage PASS guidelines to help education clients develop a school security roadmap.
A better understanding of PASS’s tiered guidelines for school security puts integrators in a consultative position with clients. Integrators bring resources and a roadmap to enhance the safety and security of their environments, whether it’s around their services or the broader, bigger picture of a comprehensive safety and security plan. School safety involves many components and different decision makers (think school administrators, safety officials, integrators, product providers, etc.) No one individual is an expert in everything. However, PASS can help integrators play a key role on a safe schools team.
As an integrator that serves education customers, you can’t afford to miss this webinar. You will absolutely increase the value you can offer your K-12 and higher education customers.
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