NAWIC Conference Moves to Virtual Platform
The purpose of the National Association of Women in Construction is to strengthen and amplify the success of women in the construction industry, and each year, leaders across the industry convene to do just that. However, with COVID-19 numbers on the rise again in many places, and Houston especially hard hit, NAWIC has decided to move its annual conference to a virtual platform from August 12–15, 2020.
Conference programming highlights include:
Professional Development and Education. Learn how to create strategic PD&E programming for your chapter (and region) to offer maximum value to your members and recruit new members along the way.
Construction-Driven Execution. Explore the strategies, work practices and accountabilities that drive the delivery of construction and fabrication.
Building a Breachless Culture. Learn how contracts are used to plan and deliver projects with reduced financial and liability risk while enhancing customer satisfaction.
The Art of Accelerated Resilience. Discover how to adapt faster and achieve more by managing change, chaos, conflict and other challenges a productive manner.
Real Solutions for the Skilled Trades Shortage – iBuild Panel Discussion. Learn about expanding recruitment efforts in careers in the construction industry.
Managing Workplace Conflict. Learn the difference between criticism and constructive feedback and the effects of both on a team and overall organizational effectiveness.
Suicide: Crisis in Construction. Construction is the number two industry for suicides. Learn about the crisis, risk factors and what can be done to prevent it from overwhelming the construction industry.
Learn more about the full NAWIC virtual conference programming here.