Government Controllers Speak

Discover how government controllers are leading the state and federal governments out of the pandemic in FEI's ForwardThinking Q2 Series.

FEI ForwardThinking: Rethinking the Office

1 CPE Credit

FEI ForwardThinking Q1 Series: Career and Connection in 2021

The world, and work, of financial executives has changed forever and many will spend 2021 trying to recalibrate. There is no rule book for what lies ahead; the way to manage people and organizations needs to be completely rebuilt.

Join the Financial Education and Research Foundation (FERF), in cooperation with Robert Half | Protiviti, for the first Q1 session of a year-long series. The Rethinking the Office session will feature real estate experts as they explore considerations for reopening, lease negotiations, and what clients are looking for in the workplaces of the future.

FEI ForwardThinking: Career and Connection in 2021 Series Sessions

Rethinking Work Life
March 8 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern  | 1 CPE credit
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Rethinking Recruiting & Career Development
March 25 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern  | 1 CPE credit
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR SERIES SPONSOR

Robert Half & Protiviti

Speakers

Mr. Alan Jovinelly

Vice President
Stockton Real Estate Advisors, LLC

Mr. James Paterno

Chief Executive Officer
Stockton Real Estate Advisors, LLC

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-internet-based

Field

Personnel/Human Resources, Non-technical

Prerequisites

None

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