When a business crisis occurs, how do you deal with two simultaneous issues: the crisis itself and the public’s perception of the crisis? Exec-Comm’s Crisis Communication for Senior Executives seminar prepares your executives to control and communicate your corporate message during a crisis to the media and to your key targeted audiences.
How can you successfully communicate with community leaders and government representatives? How do you stay on message and propose viable solutions in these high-pressure situations?
Exec-Comm’s Community Dialoging program prepares business professionals to communicate more effectively in large group or one-on-one meetings.
Employees whose professional development stagnates often sap enthusiasm and creativity from their peers. If employees feel their development is ignored, they may leave, creating a brain drain for the company. Both situations often lead to higher expenses and lower productivity.
Exec-Comm’s Coaching Toward Excellence program helps you coach and train the people on your team to reach their potential and continue to add value to your organization.
While your new employees may have different expectations of learning, that doesn’t mean they don’t want or need training to become more successful professionals. At Exec-Comm, we have designed a program with these differences in mind.
Young professionals often need help putting their best foot forward. Exec-Comm’s From Campus to Corporate workshop will help them be aware of the impressions they make, leverage their personal brand, and receive complex assignments confidently. This workshop will help your young professionals to consider how to best meet the needs of those around them. They will learn to ask better questions in meetings and when executing their assignments, and they will deliver their ideas simply and concisely.
Meeting practices and skills frequently emerge from what feels right and from observed behaviors. Is this the way you want to run your practice or business?
Exec-Comm’s Dynamic Meeting Skills teaches business professionals and leaders how to run highly productive meetings that translate into business results. Emphasis will be placed on best practices before, during, and after collaborative meetings.
In today’s demanding marketplace, meetings may be on the phone, by video conference, or online. Successful outcomes will depend on the skills your leaders and attendees bring to virtual, meetings. Exec-Comm’s Connecting in a Wireless World workshop prepares your professionals to communicate with ease in any setting, using technology as an advantage, not a limitation.
Distinguish yourself as a high performer. Launch, expand, or revitalize your career with a strong set of foundation skills - from clear messaging to open body language, from effective emails to embracing feedback.
The session will provide an overview of the Federal Civil False Claims Act (FCA) and how it works, the prohibitions of the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and the physician anti-referral law (known as Stark II), and their available safe harbors.
Disruptive activity by practitioners in the hospital takes many forms. When it happens, it is important that the hospital and/or the medical staff take appropriate steps to see that it does not affect patient care or disrupt operations.
Why should you Attend: Hospital executives, medical staff officers, and peer review committee members and support staff should attend to learn how to deal effectively with the disruptive practitioner.
You will also learn how to prepare for the day when it becomes necessary to terminate such a practitioner's privileges and medical staff membership.
Medical Terms II is a continuation of our online Medical Terms I course. You will continue learning terminology and apply it to the following body systems: Nervous System; Urinary System; Male Reproductive System; Female Reproductive System; Obstetrics; Endocrine System; Special Senses; Mental Health; Oncology; and Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging.
Medical Terms I is an online course covering the foundations of medical terminology through word parts, prefixes, and suffixes. Medical terminology is then applied to the body systems: Digestive System; Respiratory System; Cardiovascular System; Blood and Lymphatic Systems; Integumentary System; Skeletal System; and Muscles and Joints.
Travel pay computations can be complex and confusing, even for experienced payroll professionals. The FLSA and state wage and hour laws require employers to pay employees for all hours worked and include all hours worked in computing overtime compensation. An employee's total hours include all time spent doing work for the employer including time spent traveling on behalf of the employer.
In this webinar expert speaker, Patrick Haggerty will discuss what employers must know, which hours must be compensated, which payments must be included in the regular rate of pay, and how to compute the correct amount of overtime compensation.
If you have taken on a new position and are concerned about what you don't know-you're in good company. Research show supervisors, managers and leaders moving into a new role only get a minuscule amount of the training needed to be successful in the role. On the job learning is expected - but you don’t know what you don't know.
This is the place to start.
This webinar provides a structured approach to strategies and steps needed to build a solid foundation in the first 3 months that will set the stage for your future success. If you have been in the role for more than 3 months - don't worry, many of the strategies and ideas will be successful after 90 days and can be applied even if you’re an old hand.
This webinar discusses the definition of a differing site condition and why there is a need for a Differing Site Conditions clause in a construction contract. The webinar sets forth the history and purpose of the clause and examines the modern Differing Site Conditions clauses and the changes over time.
Why should you Attend
This webinar provides a thorough discussion of the Differing Site Conditions clause and how the typical understanding of this 90 year old clause is being eroded by Court and Board decisions. The differing site conditions clause was created by the U.S. Federal government in 1926, in regards to construction contracts. Over the years, the Courts and Boards of Contract Appeals have been slowing changing the interpretation of risk allocation under the clause. A series of Court and Board cases have increased the contractor’s risk concerning differing site conditions.
The two most common questions employers have are:
Our company does drug screenings, and an employee has provided a medical marijuana card. How do we handle that?
Our state allows recreational marijuana. What does this mean if we have a drug-free workplace policy?
The answers to these questions involve numerous factors, including but not limited to the following.
The state they are in
Why somebody is using it (medicinally or recreationally)
How recently they used it
The safety aspects of their job
The company's policy on marijuana use
Many employers think that if they offer severance pay conditioned on certain restrictions that they have eliminated all legal risks, and assume everything is fine-until it's not. For example, do you condition severance pay on promises not to sue and other post-termination restrictions? Did you know that you might be contractually obligated to provide severance pay even if you do not have a written agreement? Did you know that your severance agreement may not protect you as much as you think? Or that it may not be enforceable? Is your severance arrangement subject to ERISA laws? Attend this webinar to learn more.
Many leaders struggle to understand that happiness doesn't equal engagement. Just because an employee is happy because they are provided what they ask for, doesn't mean they are engaged. Entitlement and accountability are two-way streets between leaders and employees and creating an irresistible culture helps easily align which street your team is taking.
Accountability starts with leaders, and entitlement does too, but it doesn't end with leaders and there are daily techniques to ensure team members are stepping into engagement when the door is opened for them.
This webinar explains Creating a positive culture of acceptance and inclusion includes understanding how to tap into the hidden power of employees differences and create a work environment where everyone thrives. Diversity can be the root of conflict in the workplace if not managed and when conflicts goes unresolved, animosity and distrust can build up on teams.
Why should you Attend
Diverse organizations and teams can yield innovative results however, leading requires skills that need to leverage collaboration. Through diverse environments you can positively impact employee retention, employee engagement team performance and hiring.
This Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) program training will guide attendees through the methods to train each segment of the bank's or credit union's employees annually on Bank Secrecy Act. It can be used as a "Train the Trainer" course or as annual training for all employees.
Two of the greatest fears known to man: the fear of dying and public speaking. Jerry Seinfeld said that most people would rather be in the coffin than giving the eulogy. However, a sound BSA program requires annual updates: board appointed BSA officer, a BSA policy, face to face training, and a system of internal controls (checklists) to monitor for suspicious activity.