We are excited to present the following slate of events for spring 2015! Click on the titles to register to attend.
All our events are recorded and posted online for members to view anytime. To view member-only events, e-mail the Center for your custom log-in information.
Archived mini-forums (members-only events)
Archived forums (community events)
Structurally Sound: How to Save Your Business Time and Money
Tuesday, May 12, 7:30 a.m.
Savage and Associates Complex Room 2160
UT’s Main Campus
Taxes, paperwork, personal liability, fundraising potential -- all of these critical aspects are affected by how your business is structured. If you are starting a new venture or you are considering changes to your growing/changing business, you need to evaluate your options and avoid making structural mistakes. Join us for this must-attend mini-forum to get information on sole proprietorships, corporations, LLC’s, and more.
A team from Gilmore Jasion Mahler will walk us through a case study with a fictitious company to illustrate structure options, pros/cons, requirements and implications. You’ll leave this event with a better understanding of your options and the knowledge to help you decide which structure will make your business the most successful.
Building a Winning Team
UT Head Football Coach, Matt Campbell talks recruitment and talent development
Tuesday, May 19, 11:30 a.m.
Stadium Club at the Glass Bowl
UT’s Main Campus
Attracting and keeping skilled talent is tough, even for the biggest, most reputable businesses. Head UT Football Coach Matt Campbell knows what it takes to develop and prepare a winning team. And he’s ready to share his strategy with you. Join us for lunch as Coach helps you hone your game when it comes to finding and developing people. He’ll address:
- Building the talent pipeline in advance
- Refining and communicating your brand
- Bringing various personalities together to accomplish a goal
- Developing strong leadership from your bench
Campbell, who’s entering his third season as head football coach, describes himself as relentless. “Going from good to great requires relentlessness. I want to be relentless in the pursuit of greatness, and I want my staff and players to be the same way.”
This is a members-only event; however, members are encouraged to bring a Center prospect.
Register to attend online by Wednesday, May 13.
We look forward to seeing you as we learn how to coach business teams to success.