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Read to Me Wishlist!

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July Luncheon Presentation

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Thursday, July 19, 2018 11:45am-1:30pm "Strategic Planning" John P. Murphy, Senior Consultant FMI Corporation No good deal lasts forever. Because your markets, customers, and even products and services change, you need a strategic plan that will help your company adapt and grow. Strategic planning helps senior executives envision and develop the company'sfuture. Learning Objectives: ▪  Prepare for the planning process ▪  Build an effective planning team ▪  Identify and shape your corporate culture ▪  Conduct a situational analysis of both your internal and external environments ▪  Implement teamwork to achieve long-lasting results Click here for details and to register today! Prepaids, simply email vosadmin@cfma.org noting your attendance and meal choice.

You Can Still Sign Up! June Luncheon Presentation

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 11:45am-1:30pm "Wearables and Technology  Coming to the Construction Site"

Carol Hagen, President Hagen Business Systems During this program you will learn how these devices will impact safety, communications, productivity and project site problem solving and more. Click here for details and to register today! Prepaids, simply email vosadmin@cfma.org noting your attendance and meal choice.

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Women In Construction Finance Management Social Event Was a Blast-The Brush Bar

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Women In Construction Finance Management Social Event Was a Blast-The Brush Bar

Since most of us are in business roles that predominantly use the left side of our brain, we decided to try something that explored the right side - the more artistic one.  We recently had a Women in Construction event at The Brush Bar in Old Town Scottsdale.  About 10 of us got together to drink some wine, have a few bites to eat from The Herb Box and give it a try at painting.  Speaking for myself, the wine was definitely essential  to release my creative abilities!  We voted on which picture to paint and the winner was a desert cactus.  Although we all got the same instructions for painting our pictures, the results were very different showing the various personalities of our group. Some used the directed pink as the background while others used blue, purple, yellow, and orange. We enjoyed the conversation and looking at the various outcomes.  While some were quite proud of th…