2018 November Training Workshop

    November 15, 2018
    10:15 AM - 1:00 PM
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    The Gathering Place at Gardner Village
    1100 West 7800 South
    West Jordan, UT

    A full series of events with three powerhouse speakers!
    Martha Bryan 10:15-11:15 Managing the New Workforce - Leadership
    Today's workplace is unique . . . never before has there been a workplace so diverse in so many ways.  The leadership skills that worked in "old story" organizations will not work with today's employees.  This program explores the style differences between the generations -- the differences in work habits and values, communications styles, goals, and motivators.  Participant will gain a deeper understanding of what motivates employees across the generations and learn practical ways to tap into their potential.
    Brandon Fugal 12:00-12:30 A Realtor's Perspective on Regional Economic Development - Business Strategy
    Val Hale - 12:30-1:00 Preview of Some of Utah's Largest Projects for 2019 - Business Strategy
    Expert Biographies:
    Martha Bryan: 

    Martha Bryan is a management consultant, author, speaker, and seminar leader who speaks nationally and internationally regarding the development of human potential and personal excellence.  With an education background in teaching, she has taught at both high school and college levels and has held positions in both government and private industry. Fascinated by what makes some individuals strive to be the very best, Martha has devoted her life to studying peak performers.  She is a highly effective organization consultant and dynamic public speaker who is recognized for her informative, down-to-earth, and entertaining keynote presentations and workshops.  You will enjoy spending time with her!

    Brandon Fugal:

    Brandon is a prominent business leader, recently recognized as the #1 Agent Globally with Coldwell Banker Commercial and EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2016 – Western Region.
    Before merging with Colliers International, Brandon was co-founder and owner of Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors, where his leadership was critical to the firm being recognized for 14 years in a row as the number one office internationally for the Coldwell Banker Commercial brand (out of 220 offices). Currently, Colliers International is the number one commercial real estate firm in the Intermountain West.
    Brandon was recently named CCIM Utah Agent of the Year and 2017 Office Broker of the Year, for which he has been recognized for five of the last six years. During the past 12 months alone, Brandon leased over 1.6 million square feet, negotiating over 150 major transactions (including numerous building and land sale transactions). As the only agent to truly bridge and dominate the office market in every county along the Wasatch Front, Brandon has developed unmatched market intelligence — delivering bottom-line results for hundreds of clients.

    Brandon has developed a sterling reputation as a trusted advisor and business infrastructure expert on a national, regional and localized basis. Recognized as an authority in business, he has been interviewed and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Money Magazine, Real Estate Forum, Commercial Property News, Real Estate Executive Magazine and Utah Business. Brandon was also featured nationally as one of Real Estate Forum’s Top 40 under Forty and a Top National Dealmaker.

    Val Hale:

    Val Hale is the executive director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), which promotes state growth in business, tourism and film. Hale was appointed to the position in 2014 by Governor Gary R. Herbert.

    Before accepting the position as executive director, Hale served for two years as president and CEO of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. Prior to the chamber, Hale was vice president for university relations (2010-2012), vice president for advancement (2006-2010) and assistant vice president for external affairs (2005-2006) all at UVU, and he played a key role in transitioning Utah Valley State College into Utah Valley University.

    Before his career at UVU, Hale worked 22 years for the Brigham Young University (BYU) Athletic Department, ultimately serving as its director beginning in 1999. He received his bachelor’s degree in public relations in 1981 and a master’s degree in communications in 1987both from BYU. A successful leader, Hale has made many cherished contributions to the Utah Valley area throughout his noteworthy career.

    Most recently, Hale has drawn from his many years of service to author “Living a Life That Matters: 7 Keys for Purposeful Living.” Hale and his wife have three children and 13 grandchildren, and they currently reside in Orem, UT.





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