Earn a chunk of continuing education credits, improve your decision-making skills by attending Annual Meeting
Professional engineers can earn a big chunk of their biennial requirement for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours – and learn how to improve their decision-making skills – by attending the ACEC Ohio Annual Meeting, June 25, in Grove City.
State law requires that professional engineers and surveyors obtain 30 CPD hours during each two-year licensing cycle. Attendance at the Annual Meeting will earn you five (5) CPD hours, but the value of attending goes far beyond that.
Those who attend will be treated to a special presentation by nationally recognized speaker, author and management consultant Shelley Row, who will share her Infotuition™ decision-making model.
Trained as a professional engineer, Shelley Row admits to being a "recovering over-thinker." Now she travels the country to share what she's learned about Infotuition™ – which she defines as the intersection of business pragmatics and gut feel.
Infotuition™ – or more formally the Cognition-Intuition Balance Model – combines Shelley’s executive experience, results from personal interviews with more than 70 leaders, and published research on brain neuroscience. She will share this powerful skill with those who attend her session, which kicks off the Annual Meeting.
Shelley knows that successful leaders call on vast information resources to make decisions. They gather as much information as possible within time constraints and they pay attention to their intuition. When it’s time to decide, cognition and intuition are balanced through an internal calculus. This balance point is your Infotuition™.
After Shelley Row's program there will be a buffet lunch, then the Council’s Board of Directors will convene the Annual Membership Meeting, during which you’ll learn about the initiatives and programs that ACEC Ohio is pursuing on behalf of the engineering industry.
You’ll hear about the work Council committees have accomplished on behalf of the industry and you’ll get a report on important legislative issues from the Council’s lobbyist, Kevin Futryk.
The Board of Directors will review and adopt the Strategic Plan and operating budget for the year ahead. Members are encouraged to participate in the discussions and raise issues from the floor.
The meeting concludes with a reception honoring incoming and outgoing ACEC Ohio officers and directors.