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Registration is Now Open for the 2017 NCSHRM Conference! 




September 27-29, 2017



Koury Convention Center

3121 Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, NC 27407


How to Register:

Mastering Emotional Intelligence for Personal and Professional Success



EPIC Coaching and Consulting is offering a workshop on June 21, 2017 - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm at The Frontier/RTP - Mastering Emotional Intelligence for Personal and Professional Success.  IQ Gets You Hired - EQ Gets You Promoted!  80% of an individual’s overall success is directly related to the core competencies of Emotional Intelligence.  They enhance one’s ability to relate positively to others, remain calm, focused and flexible in adverse situations, and serve as a collaborative contributor in team environments.  In addition, research shows those with a high level of Emotional Intelligence are more confident, capable and earn greater respect from their colleagues.  If you are looking to increase productivity, reduce stress, improve performance and engage in positive interactions with others, this one-day workshop is a positive step in the right direction towards ultimate success!  EPIC CC is a SHRM Preferred Provider - Presenter Dina Maloney, MA, ACC, CALC.  For more information and registration:




RACE: Are We So Different? — a featured exhibition hosted by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences April 22 through October 22, 2017 — — is the first national exhibition to tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural and historical points of view.

Combining these perspectives offers an unprecedented look at race and racism in the United States. Private groups can participate in a Cultural Conversation, a 90-minute dialogue facilitated by local experts in the fields of race relations and social justice. This exercise allows for small groups (5–25 people) to have a meaningful and transformative experience as they reflect on the “RACE” exhibition and their everyday lived experiences with race.

Day or evening Cultural Conversations can be scheduled for corporate, non-profit and school organizations during the week. See contact information (left).

• $250 for nonprofits and school groups

• $300 for corporate groups

• Maximum of 25 guests for program

• Additional fees may apply if booked outside of Museum operating hours


Sydney Bannerman




Raleigh Wake has partnered with the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce to co-sponsor a series of workshops designed for the small business person.  Click here for more information. 


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