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Date: July 19
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Location: Norris Conference Center,
2525 W Anderson Ln #365,
Red Oak Ballroom,
The most successful leaders, around the world have one thing in common — they are effective communicators. What makes them successful is their mastery of language and ability to adapt their message to be appealing to others to achieve what they want to accomplish and built trust in relationships.
Participants in this highly interactive presentation will be introduced to the four distinct personality types and how to build communications and approach to be successful in their relationship with tenants, team members, clients, and industry professionals to achieve results. Newly developed skills from the workshop will open audience's ears to be receptive to ideas, manage perceptions, develop understanding and gain buy-in.
NOTE: If the team cannot all be out of the office to join us we ask that you send your Assistants and Admins to this yearly luncheon.
Lunch: Aquatic Features Pond Maintenance, CertaPro Painters, Lyft, and US Security Associates
Registration: Native Landscapes
Join the Emergency Preparedness Committee on July 27 for an interactive self-defense workshop — "Be Prepared Not Scared!" — at UFCU Plaza, Suite C150.
Our instructor, Steven Jimenez, will cover:
Registration fee covers both lunch and the workshop. Registration and lunch begin at 12 p.m. The seminar runs 12:30 - 2 p.m. Feel free to wear comfortable clothing.
- Situational awareness
- What common criminals look for
- Defensive posture
- Tactics on getting away from an assault
- Basic defense against the most common attacks
Registration is limited. Register today!
Property prices growing fastest outside the gateway markets
The U.S. economy grew faster than expected in the first quarter, with real GDP rising at a 2.2 percent annual rate. Moreover, the quarter ended on a strong note and growth appears to have
ramped up considerably in Q2. Nonfarm employment has risen by an average of 207,000 jobs per month so far this year, up from an average of 184,000 jobs per month last year, while the
unemployment rate has fallen to 3.8 percent. Wages and salaries are still rising only modestly compared with other periods when labor market measures were this tight. Inflation has also moved
back to the Fed's 2 percent target range and may actually run a little above that range. We expect the Fed to continue to gradually nudge short-term interest rates higher.
Community Impact Newspaper
Cedar Park City Council considered two developments June 28 for medium- and high-density projects along and near Little Elm Trail. Both projects had submitted future land use petitions to City Council, which outlines the first step in the process of requesting a change to the property's future land use plan designation.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a buzz word that is currently taking the world by storm. AI has infiltrated almost every sector and is being used to create better products and services. But what exactly is AI, and how might it effect urban design? What are the potential benefits and things designers need to consider for the future? In this article we look at some of the ways AI is already influencing the city and examine what impacts these may have on our profession in the future.
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A whopping 87.2 percent of women say that the biggest challenge in the commercial real-estate industry is equal pay, according to a recent study by commercial real-estate recruitment and staffing firm RETS Associates.
The study is based on a survey of 618 women in entry- to senior-level positions about their feelings towards gender equality in the industry in 2018.
By Catherine Iste
Small offices often reap the biggest benefits from remote work options. Yet, many leaders of small teams are hesitant to allow employees to work from home for two reasons: inability to maintain the same level of accountability and perceived fairness between those allowed to work from home and those that are not. Here are a few simple steps to address those concerns and balance accountability with remote work options in small offices.
Everybody has heard the complaints. Millennials wonder why they have to work regular hours, why their abilities are not being properly recognized with rapid promotions and why they do not receive regular feedback that will help deliver them the careers they want. Managers cannot understand why their staff are not where they can see them when they want them, struggle to understand why employees are not more grateful for the opportunities being offered them and are not more patient about what comes next. Above all, they do not see why they should put so much effort into appraisals, reviews and other forms of feedback when they are already so busy.
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