WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 27, 2021 – Remote work and essential worker recruitment will be two of the topics at CLDA’s virtual Executive Leadership Summit (ELS) on Oct. 6 & 7. The ELS is an annual skill development workshop for c-suite executives, young professionals and managers in the leadership pipeline.
Over two days, participants will develop their skills in dealing with what conference planners are calling “The New Abnormal.” Working sessions will include:
- Exploring the Evolving Labor Market
- Transitioning to the New Abnormal
- Strategies for Minimizing Insurance Costs
- Virtual Teams that Thrive
- A Real-Life Example of Remote Work Success
- How to Protect Your Company Against Cybersecurity Attacks.
During Courier Roundtable Discussions participants will share their experiences developing company culture and recruiting and retaining essential workers. In addition, participants will get a chance to network at a virtual happy hour at the end of Day #1
“Time is money for all of us, so we wanted to make sure this program delivered a great ROI for both the time and the money participants were investing to participate,” said Conference C-Chair, Errol Cvern. “We believe we’ve done that and that the information and solutions we will be providing will make this the most important ELS you’ll ever attend.”
Registration is now open to all in the industry with a discount for CLDA members. Companies may also get a special group rate that allows them to register up to seven participants. For more information and registration, go to the events tab at CLDA.org.
About the Customized Logistics and Delivery Association
The Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA) is a non-profit professional association that connects and leads members of the time-critical logistics and delivery industries. The association serves the needs of its 2,900 essential service members who are logistics professionals, carriers, shippers, drivers, air cargo logistics providers, 3PLs and vendors servicing today’s supply chain companies. The CLDA gives its members access to a diverse network of logistics professionals looking to create new business opportunities and share decades of practical insights. They provide an avenue for amplifying members’ voices on key issues and helps them participate in the regulatory discussions shaping the industry. The CLDA keeps members informed and educated on trends, current issues and best practices.
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