NASBP Virtual Seminars - available only to members, affiliates and associates - present need-to-know information from industry leaders via webinar approximately twice a month.
- Each Virtual Seminar takes place at 2:00 p.m. Eastern on a Tuesday and lasts 1 hour.
- Registration for each Virtual Seminar is $89 and is good for one log-in, however, participants are encouraged to invite colleagues and/or clients to sit in on the seminar.
You must log in to NASBP's website in order to register for Virtual Seminars. If you do not have a login and password, please send an email to Michele Thomas at email@example.com requesting a login and password.
Please note: Registrants will receive connection information on the morning of the virtual seminar. If you have registered for a Virtual Seminar and do not receive your log-in information by noon EST the day of the presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for connection information.
Upcoming 2017 NASBP Virtual Seminars
Creating a Sustainable Construction Company
Presenter: Wayne Rivers
Tuesday, October 24 at 2 pm ET
Internationally acclaimed writer and business authority Wayne Rivers of The Family Business Institute, Inc. presents Creating A Sustainable Construction Company. This seminar will discuss the top nine reasons for closely held business failure; among them are lack of a common vision, poor self and time management, poor next generation leadership development and training, and an unwillingness or inability to address problem issues due to fear of conflict.
Wayne Rivers is the co-founder and President of The Family Business Institute, Inc. He has authored four books on the subject of business families the latest of which is Our Family Business Crisis and How It Make Us Stronger. Wayne has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, "BusinessWeek: WEEKEND" and on the Retirement Living Network. Wayne is a Wall Street Journal Expert Panelist. He has also been quoted on the subject of family and closely held businesses by Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, CFO, Family Business, The New York Times, Washington Post, and by many other trade, local, regional, and national publications. He has written hundreds of articles for various magazines and trade publications and has produced an acclaimed blog for over 15 years.
Managing the Lifeblood of Contracting- Cash Flow
Presenter: Michael McLin
Tuesday, November 14 at 2 pm ET
Cash flow is one of the most important issues facing contractors today. Having survived the downturn, companies are faced with starting new projects, hiring staff, and investing in assets to support the business. More companies go bankrupt due to cash flow issues than due to profitability. Many things can and should be done to improve cash management practices. We will explore a range of tools and techniques, from simple to complex, that allow firms to manage and control cash flow.
Michael McLin is the Managing Director at Maxim Consulting Group responsible for leading the business and guiding the strategic direction. Michael works with construction related firms of all sizes to evaluate business practices and assist with management challenges. Having worked in the industry, Michael has developed a practical and objective perspective to solving business challenges. Areas of specialization include: organizational assessments, strategic planning, project execution, productivity improvement, prefabrication, peer groups, and training programs. Mr. McLin is a nationally recognized, dynamic public speaker and published author.
Drones Take Flight in the Construction Industry
Presenter: Jonathan R. Hausner
Tuesday, November 28 at 2 pm ET
Drones are becoming increasingly important for businesses of all types and sizes. Many drone applications already exist, but many more will certainly arise over the next few years. This Seminar will discuss how drones can collect valuable data and increase productivity, safety and efficiency across all industries. Also discussed, will be the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 regulations, enforcement actions, voluntary best privacy and security practices, and how your clients can comply with these regulations and practices when their drones hit the sky.
Jonathan R. Hausner has spent his entire legal career focused on construction law, and he is a member of Robinson + Cole Construction Group. Mr. Hausner handles all aspects of construction project transactions, dispute resolution and litigation. He represents all parties involved in construction, including public and private property owners, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and construction sureties.
More Information Coming Soon:
- December 12, 2017: TBA
- December 14, 2017: A Government Relations Town Hall Conversation
- January 10, 2018: Construction Accounting Software: The Selection Process
- January 23, 2018: Accounting Terminology for Non-Accountants
Virtual Seminar Resources
Annual Subscribers may access all of our archived Virtual Seminars: Virtual Seminar Library
The archived list of Virtual Seminars: Seminar Summaries
Each archived recording can be purchased separately. Please note that you first must login to NASBP's website, then agree to the content license agreement, then purchase the recording. Once the system registers your purchase, NASBP staff will email you the Virtual Seminar link for all recordings.
To purchase a Virtual Seminar from 2016 and earlier: Purchase Recordings
To purchase Virtual Seminar from 2017 forward: Purchase Recordings
For those new to the Adobe Connect platform, we have created an FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
A volunteer board guides the creation of the seminars: Editorial Board
For questions and/or to suggest a future topic, please contact NASBP Professional Development Department at email@example.com.