Tanisha J. Hall, AICP, TDM-CP
Fairpointe Planning, CEO
DBE Supportive Services Outreach Leader
Director of Procurement and Business Diversity
WeGo Public Transit
Are you DBE certified and wondering what to do with your certification? Are you using the NAICS codes that make sense for the work you can do? Obtaining your DBE certification is a great way to grow your business and increase your access to contract opportunities, but getting DBE certified is only the first step in your process to be eligible to win work. Join Denise and Tanisha as they talk about ways you can leverage your certification and your NAICS codes to better position your business for future opportunities.
Presenter: Ashley N. Gold,
Schulman, LeRoy & Bennett, PC
The average small to medium sized business does not have General Counsel on staff, and many do not have an attorney on retainer. If this describes you and your business, this session is for you.
We are going to talk about contract terms you should understand, checking in on your business structure, your employees, cyber insurance and succession planning.
This session best described as “Legal Spring Cleaning for Your Business” will give you an opportunity to take stock of your current practices and review areas of your business that may need an update.
Presenter: Byron Hall,
IT Infrastructure Consultant
Are we apathetic to the security that is around us? Do we automatically click “Accept” to all the “terms” as we make our way through our digital day? What I propose is a change. A change to your mindset and some helpful practices to assist in your security journey.
We will cover scenarios that we most likely encounter on a daily basis and work through the thought process of how to deal with them. We will also cover some simple rules and tools that can help a small business approach a more secure posture. When we change our mindset and our habits, we can position ourselves for better outcomes.
Presenter: Teresa C. Daniel, PHR, SHRM-CP, Human Resource Consultant
Explore, learn, and dialogue why it is important now more than ever to ensure your business is committed to building an ethical culture to promote integrity, gain trust and engage your employees.
· What Does an Ethical Culture Look Like for Your Business?
· Does it Really Help My Business Bottom Line?
· Why Should it Matter to My Business?
Good ethics is good business. As the owner you are able to make a difference in the lives of your employees. Without integrity, you can’t make that difference. Consider this your annual ethics training that helps you maintain your integrity.
The 2023 TDOT DBE Small Business Annual Meeting is a platform whereby small business owners and key managers can enhance and develop their company’s strengths to meet the challenges of new opportunities in Tennessee. The theme of this year’s meeting is Growing your Business in the Public Infrastructure Market.
This course will provide attendees with an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of estimating and bidding, on DOT and Public Works Infrastructure type construction. Work scopes covered may include but are not limited to: Trucking /Hauling, Silt Fence, Concrete Flat Work, Placing Aggregate Base, Clearing & Grubbing, Topsoil Placement, Erosion Control Matting, and Small Drainage Structures.
Are you leaving money on the table by applying inaccurate overhead and profit to your job costs? Don’t do it again! It doesn’t make any difference where the expense comes from; your markup should be applied evenly, across the board to all expenses. This workshop will discuss Calculating markup and margins, overhead rate, Forecasting and Budgeting.
If you utilize equipment and labor to provide goods and services you need to know what your equipment and labor force really costs. This workshop will demonstrate how to determine all costs that should be included in fully burdened rates and how to use your accounting information to correctly determine billing rates. Stop guessing, discover exactly how much your employees and equipment really cost.
For Small Businesses, DBEs, A/E/P Firms and Material Suppliers
Get hands-on experience, hear from industry experts, and meet your peers in the industry during this virtual learning experience. This webinar course will provide attendees with an opportunity to gain a greater understanding
Learn from industry experts as they guide you through the fundamentals of business management in the construction industry.
This training is how to design and layout your spreadsheet program for bidding and estimating work accurately.
This workshop is especially for the non-financial person. Participants will identify basic financial statements; the purpose of each component; and understanding the importance of maintaining complete and accurate financial records. The end objective is to start using financial statements as a MANAGEMENT TOOL to promote strategic planning, profitability; and sustainability.
Construction companies are really accounting companies that just happen to build buildings and infrastructure. Your company’s contract accounting system should provide project performance and be used as a management tool to support sound business decisions. Successful job cost accounting can mean the difference between a profitable business and one that struggles to stay alive.
Our “5-B’s” workshop is an overview of how companies should be able to run their business with clearer visibility and control. We will review five critical functional business areas; business development, bidding, building, billing, and banking. We call this process, The 5’Bs of Project-Based Business.
This workshop will focus on how a small business can build a complaint labor and workforce development structure without being over-worked in the process. Learn new ideas and thoughts on workforce management and how they can have an impact on business growth and profitability.
On any given day business owners and managers can spend up to approximately 80% of their time dealing with problem employees. This workshop we will review and discuss tools and techniques to address: How to deal with Inappropriate Employee Behavior and Misconduct; How to handle Employee Poor Performance, Poor Attendance, and, Tardiness
Small Business Owners and key employees will learn and explore various leadership styles, skills/ behaviors, capabilities, and best practices in creating high performing work environments and profitable small businesses. The workshop will discuss: Understanding Your Leadership Profile, Understanding your Leadership Communication Style, Understanding that Business Strategy = Leadership Strategy, Understanding Your Personal SWOT Analysis; and how to embrace a multi-generational workforce.
Performing a Bid / No-Bid checklist can provide owners an accurate measurement of project risk-based and how well the project matches your firm's experience.
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