MoCCFOA Regional Conference

2020 Regional ZOOM Conference:

Regional Day #1 this year will be an Athenian Dialogue on the book Walking With the Wind by John Lewis.

November 13th (We've added another date (Dec  4) due to the overwhelming response - info below)

9AM – 4PM with an hour for lunch

You will need to get the book and read it before the session.  ($17.85 on Amazon or available at most libraries)

$25.00 registration fee (limited to 30 participants so register early!) 

(If we have many more that want to attend we will set up another date)

Walking with the Wind, a Memoir of the Movement by John Lewis,  John Lewis left a cotton farm in Alabama to join the struggle for civil rights in America.  He quickly become one of our nation’s most charismatic and courageous leaders.  Lewis’s role in the Nashville Movement – a student-led effort to desegregate the City of Nashville through nonviolent sit-ins made him a defining activist of his day and helped set the tone for the civil rights movement.  Though he was repeatedly the victim of violence and intimidation, his belief in peaceful action, inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, become the core of his cause and vision.  In this classic bestseller John Lewis vividly captures America’s tumultuous civil rights era.  His natural gift as a leader would continue.  In 1986, he won a congressional seat in Georgia.   Walking with the Wind tells John Lewis’s compelling story.  A boy from rural Alabama whose activist journey led him to Washington and whose vision and perseverance changed a nation. 

The session will be led by:  Stephanie D. Smith, MMC – City Clerk for the City of Murrieta, CA

To register:  http://cbed.missouristate.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp2?&course=2020CCFOARAD

Regionals Day #1 this year will be an Athenian Dialogue on the book Walking With the Wind by John Lewis.

 

December 4, 2020 - We have added a second day since we are limited to 30 participants per dialogue

9AM – 4PM with an hour for lunch

You will need to get the book and read it before the session.  ($17.85 on Amazon or available at most libraries)

$25.00 registration fee (limited to 30 participants so register early!) 

(If we have many more that want to attend we will set up another date)

The session will be led by:  Stephanie D. Smith, MMC – City Clerk for the City of Murrieta, CA

To register:  http://cbed.missouristate.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp2?&course=2020CCFOARD2

 

Regional Day 2 Zoom Conference:

 

What:  Online Regional Training – HR Best Practices

 

When:  November 20th, 9am – 4pm (will include an hour lunch break and several other breaks)

 

Who:  Melenie Broyles

 

Where:  Online via Zoom

 

Cost:  $25

 

To Register:  http://cbed.missouristate.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp2?&course=2020CCFOAR2

 

Don’t miss out as Melanie Broyles covers her HR Best Practices, which will include:  Interview techniques, employee evaluations, coping with Covid, Overtime/Comptime, developing job descriptions, and much more!

 

Melenie Broyles, owner of Etiquette Saint Louis and Etiquette Impact, is an etiquette and human resources consultant who believes professionalism, confidence and a real sense of working with people can make all the difference in today’s corporate world.

 

Melenie worked in corporate human resources prior to starting Etiquette Saint Louis in 2000.  Melenie is a speaker and consultant who offers training in topics ranging from Harassment, Professionalism, Coaching, Leadership, DISC, Five Behaviors, Networking, Supervisory Skills, and more. Melenie offers consulting services for organizations needing culture change, policy analysis, or day to day HR assistance.

 

Melenie is a sought-after speaker from coast to coast, working with everyone from children, corporate teams, and the NFL.

 

 Etiquette Saint Louis programs are featured throughout Corporate America. Etiquette Saint Louis is often featured as an expert on local TV, radio, and print. 

 

 

 

 

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