2019 Annual WETA Conference


October 16 - 18, 2019
Jefferson Street Inn
Wausau, WI

"Central Fundamentals:
Collaboration, training, & sharing for
employment and training professionals"

 

Featuring keynote speakers

Gregg Levoy & Alonzo Kelly   

  

 

 

Wednesday:  Callings:  The Power of Passionate Work 

*Learn ways to help clients clarify their sense of purpose and sense of calling with this combination Keynote & hands-on workshop.  

www.gregglevoy.com 

Gregg is a former adjunct professor of journalism at the University of New Mexico, also former "behavioral specialist" at USA Today and a regular blogger for Psychology Today.   Gregg is ready to share his wisdom in helping clients clarify their sense of calling while helping ourselves in the process. 

  

 

Friday:  Evolve Your Thinking; Maintaining Our Sanity In A Climate Of Change 

*Dynamic and full participatory presentation will offer tips, tricks, and good ol' fashion short cuts to maintaining our sanity without sacrificing service or relationships.  

www.alonzokelly.com

Back by popular demand, Alonzo is recognized as one of the nation's leading experts on leadership development, strategic thinking, planning, and acting which results in individual and organizational achievement.   

 

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Thank you to the conference attendees and the more than 20 individual presenters who made this year's conference such a success! It was three days of excellent information and successful networking.

Now is the time to begin implementation of the concepts and strategies presented during the conference.  To help with this effort, please visit our Forums section.  There are already many topics started based upon the workshops from the conference.   Share your implementation approach and problem-solve challenges you face with your peers. The forums are open only to members of WETA. Send us an email if you forgot your password.

 

Professional development is a process, so let's help each other continue our growth throughout the coming year!

 

The Wisconsin Older Worker Network has co-sponsored the Annual Conference in the past.    They present an award to an Outstanding Older Worker or to an Outstanding Host Agency that works with older workers. 

 


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