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March 11, 2021

Earn All Available PDHs at Virtual 2021 ACEC Convention and Legislative Summit

For the first time, attendees at the virtual 2020 ACEC Annual Convention can earn all of the Professional Development Hours (PDHs) available during the three day event, April 26-28.

In past Conventions, attendees only earned PDHs for the classes they attended onsite. With our virtual Convention, all of the sessions will be recorded, so you will be able to participate in classes as they are presented online as well as after the event, earning PDHs in both instances. This is a benefit available only to Convention registrants.  

Currently, we have 16 business education sessions scheduled–as well as our vendop partner presentations in the Solution Center. More sessions will be added as they are confirmed

Monday, April 26

1:15 pm-2:00 pm

Transitioning to a Remote Hybrid Firm
Jim Jacobi, Walter P Moore

Risk Management Essentials to the New Normal
Andrew Mendelson & Diane Mika, Berkley Design Professional

4:30 pm – 5:15 pm

Strategic Investments: How to Identifiy, Choose and Ensure Success!
Wiliam Siegel and Kevin McMahon, McMahon Siegel Group

10 Metrics that Drive AEC Business Growth and Profitability
Megan Miller, Deltek

Tuesday, April 27

1:15 pm-2:00 pm

Ideas are Easy.  Execution is Tough.  Accountability Tactics to Implement and Execute your Strategy.
Jennifer Newman, Elevate Marketing Advisors

Preparing for Ownership Transition in an Uncertain Economy
David Cohen, Matheson Financial Advisors

Prioritising Equity in Private/Vertical Design
Moderator: Erin McLaughlin, ACEC

4:30 pm-5:15 pm

Technology as Key to Differentiation and Growth
Karl Feldman, Hinge; Adam Long, SAM

The Key to Project Success: Project Initiation and Project Close-out Best Practices
June Jewell, AEC Business Solutions

Infrastructure Delivery in the Changing Climate of Environmental Regulations
Kevin Ramberg, aci consulting

Wednesday, April 28

1:15 pm-2:00 pm

How to Score More Points During the Shortlist Q&A
Chuck Roberts, Performance Management Group, Inc.

Surviving and Thriving During the Pandemic – What Worked/What Didn’t
Keith London, Kennedy Jenks Consultants

Guidelines for Handling a Cyber Security Breach
Jim Jacobi & Mason Pokladnik, Walter P Moore

4:30 pm-5:15 pm

Advance!  What Your Firm’s Next Generation of Leaders Needs for the Post-Covid World of Work
Joanne Linowes, LXDi, LLC

Presentation Skills:  How to Keep Your Virtual Audience Engaged and Awake!
Karen Susman, Karen Susman and Associates

Storytelling:  How Philanthropy Can Help Tell Your Firm’s Story
Laura Nick & Michael Graves, Garver

Click here for a more detailed listing of the sessions.

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