Challenges of the CFO

Nov 28, 2018
7:30 am to 11:00 am
Golden Valley Country Club

Join us for this professional development session on the challenges CFOs are facing in this current climate

Bring to this session the challenges you are facing or seeing on the horizon as we expect engaging conversation.
Topics covered in this session include:
Review the changing landscape in real estate development and how it is impacting finance professionals
Understand key trends in hiring and compensation including new staffing strategies for the tight labor market, how technology continues to transform the workplace and the changing expectations of job seekers.
Understand current local and national economic landscape
7:30 AM | Breakfast, Networking and Registration
8:00 AM | Real Estate - Change Curve and Changing Workplace Needs | Emily Roland and Jim Vos, Cresa
Emily Roland is a senior advisor at Cresa and works with clients to provide a wide range of project management services including procurement coordination, budgeting, scheduling, construction administration, and closeout management services.  Her market experience includes corporate office, higher education, sports, and theater projects. Jim has more than 30 years of experience as a commercial real estate strategist in the areas of developing and implementing strategic real estate plans, including aggressive lease negotiation, detailed financial analysis, and expert project management.
9 AM | Human Capital Deployment - Trends in Employment | Ron Grell, Robert Half
Ron Grell is a finance executive with experience in public accounting, large company corporate finance, and professional staffing. Ron is the Division Director in the Bloomington office, providing contract finance and accounting consultants for interim and project work.
10 AM | Economic Update | Stuart Hoffman, PNC Financial Services Group
Stuart G. Hoffman is a senior economic advisor and works with PNC clients to provide expert analysis and forecasts for national, regional and global economic and financial trends.
This qualifies for 3 CPEs. 
Mark your calendar for the March 6 and April 9 Professional Development Sessions too.
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 07:30