NASBP's Next 2020 Virtual Event: Managing Stress and What’s Next!

NASBP looks back on a year of virtual events with important and timely industry content and the vital opportunity to keep the membership connected.  With the end of the year in site, NASBP is excited to announce the final event in the 2020 Virtual Event series: November Virtual Event: Managing Stress and What’s Next!

The November 10 Virtual Event will feature two Keynote Sessions, the first titled, "What Every Contractor and Surety Professional Needs to Know About the Election Results—And Plenty More…" was developed by the NASBP Directors-At-Large, a post-election panel discussion where construction industry lobbyists will share their thoughts on state and federal election results and the impact on their respective organizations. Learn what these experts envision might be in store in 2021 in statehouses throughout the country and on capitol hill relating to construction and contracting. Participants will also learn what to expect when the new Congress takes the oath of office in January 2021 for the first session of the 117th Congress. Panelists include Dana Thompson, Washington representative from the Women Construction Owners & Executives; John “JB” Byrd, representing the National Society of Professional Surveyors; Jordan Howard, representing, The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC); and Mike Oscar representing the American Subcontractors Association. The session will be moderated by Larry LeClair, NASBP’s Director of Government Relations.

The second Keynote Session, "Coping With Stress During The Pandemic Crisis: A Focus on Personal and Professional Health" with sought after speaker Dr. Will Miller.  Dr. Will’s extensive experience as a university professor, psychotherapist, stress counselor for police officers, and stand-up comedian bring a unique and approachable message about living a well-adjusted life in a time of enormous pressure and uncertainty.

The Virtual NASBP Board of Directors Meeting will be offered on November 9th, the day prior to the Virtual Event.  All NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates are invited to register and participate.

If you missed any of the previous virtual events or want to share them with your team the May, July, and September Virtual Events,  all are available to view below! As with the previously held Virtual Events, all this final 2020 Virtual Events in the series will be complimentary to NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates and available to view after the presentation and at a small fee for non-members.  

Join us on November 10! 

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NASBP November Virtual Event: Managing Stress and What’s Next!

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Agenda - November 10, 2020 (times EDT)

Welcome and Opening Comments and Panel Presentation 1:00 p.m.

Opening Comments by NASBP Immediate Past President John Bustard

Panel Presentation What Every Contractor and Surety Professional Needs to Know About the Election Results—And Plenty More…

Moderator and Panelists

Moderated by Larry LeClair, NASBP’s Director of Government Relations

Panelists:
Dana Thompson, Washington Representative,Women Construction Owners & Executives
John “JB” Byrd, Vice President, Miller Wenhold Capitol Strategies/John M. Palatiello & Associates, INC. representing the National Society of Professional Surveyors
Michael Oscar, Director of Government Relations American Subcontractors Association
Jordan Howard, Director, Federal and Heavy Construction Division, The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC)

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Break with messages from Sponsors 2:15 p.m.

Break with messages from Sponsors

Keynote Presentation and Closing Comments 2:25 p.m.

Coping with Stress During the Pandemic Crisis: A Focus on Personal and Professional Health

Speaker(s)

Dr. Will Miller
Closing Comments by NASBP President Mark Munekawa


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