Announcing our first Fall 2019 CUE Conference Keynote Speaker and a list of topics we will cover at the Fall 2019 CUE Conference in Las Vegas!
Early Bird Member Special Pricing is available now at $875.00.
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Known for being one of the Millennial generation’s most profound voices on strategic communication and achievement, Ryan’s keynotes present you and your team with the actionable strategies you can use to Go From A Leader to THE Leader® in your industry.
Ryan is a leader’s GPS to success and uses his proprietary 4D Success Model™ to take you to the next level in sales, leadership, and strategic communication. He shows you the turn-by-turn guidance every step of the way from helping people decide what they want, design the plan to get there, develop the skills needed to make it happen and deliver the results that make customers satisfied yet wanting more!
Go From A to THE®: Stop Being A Leader. Start Being THE Leader!
Today’s world is competitive, innovative, and seriously fast-paced. When we are serious about growing our business, it is no longer acceptable to offer A product, A solution or even be A Leader. Today’s consumers, employees, and followers want THE product, THE solution and THE leader to follow.
When we want to eliminate our competition, set record sales, motivate others to action and produce solutions that actually matter, it’s time to go from A to THE. Ryan Avery is the right speaker to deliver these game-changing, life-magnifying strategies that allow audience members to step up to achieve next-level results.
What will you learn?
Fall 2019 Conference Topics to Include:
Dee Ann Turner, LLC, works globally with organizations who want to grow talent management practices, transform and strengthen culture, and develop an “It’s My Pleasure” service model. Dee Ann serves as a frequent speaker to organizations and conferences where she shares her more than 30 years of experience hiring and developing talent and transforming organizational culture.
Keynote Speaker: Chris Tuff
Chris Tuff became the youngest partner in the 100-year history of the Atlanta-based advertising agency, 22squared, where he turned a team of Millennials from an “investment” to a major profit center in short order. He serves as their EVP and Director of Content Marketing and Partnerships.
Millennials, the world’s largest generation, will make up 75% of the workforce by 2030. What does it really take to successfully harness the talent of Millennials in the office? The author of a new book, The Millennial Whisperer, Tuff knows what it takes to succeed in the workplace and manage Millennials.
Cutting Edge Lineup of Topic includes:
Employee Engagement and Best Practices
Positive Employee Relations And Labor
CUEAPALOOZA: Work, Life, and Very Little Balance
|It wouldn’t be a CUE event without a great off-site networking event on Monday night.
Join us for food, fun, networking, and entertainment on Monday night (6 – 8 PM) while enjoying sweeping views of the Atlanta skyline from the 26th floor of the beautiful Buckhead Club, located just across the street from the InterContinental hotel.
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If you are in the Southeast U.S., this is a great way to get some CUE material for locally based employees who may not be able to attend the CUE Conferences.
Please join us at the CUE Southeast Employer’s Consortium Meeting on March 28, 2019. The meeting will be hosted by hosted by Anne Cooper, J.D., CHRO & Chief Compliance Officer at Iconex and Michael VanDervort, CUE Executive Director. At this roundtable event, we will provide an update on local labor and employee relations activity in the Southeast, a labor law update, a union campaign case study, and plenty of time for networking.
5 SHRM Certification credits will be available.
Date & Time: March 28, 2019 9 am – 2:30 pm
Cost – $50 per attendee Register here.
Location: Iconex Training Center on 1st floor located at 3237 Satellite Blvd Duluth GA 30096
Agenda for Roundtable
Registration, Light Breakfast, and Networking – 8:30 am
Welcome and Agenda from Anne Cooper – 9:00 am
Introduction of attendees
Introduction to CUE by Michael VanDervort – 9:30 am
Regional Labor Trend Data
Labor Law Update – 9:45 am
Break and Informal Networking 10:30
Table Exercise and Networking- 10:45 – 12 noon
Topic: Workplace violence – training and prevention initiatives / high-risk terminations.
What does your company do?
Lunch 12:00 PM
Campaign case study – Karen Rabren from Mohawk 12:30 pm
Workplace Democracy Act – Peter List 1:00 PM
Right-to-Work States – Where Can You Send Employees for Information? – Peter List
Closing roundtable – 1:45 pm