2014 Habitat X Summer National Conference

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2014 Habitat X Summer National Conference

Time: August 25, 2014 to August 28, 2014
Location: Chico Hot Springs
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/@…
Event Type: education, conference, bpi, resnet, credits, habitat, dorsi
Organized By: Chris Dorsi
Latest Activity: Jun 13, 2014

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The 2014 Habitat X Summer National Conference will take place at Chico Hot Springs, just down the road from the beautiful North entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The dates are Monday August 25th through Thursday August 28th, 2014.

This is THE home performance think tank, and you're invited to take part. This year's event includes four days of highly focused training and in-depth collaboration, with lunch and snacks provided each day, a hosted reception, and guided field trips to home performance projects in the Yellowstone eco-system.

The registration is capped at 50 people; large enough to create a collaborative environment, and small enough that we can be responsive to everyone's skills and interests.

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This year's conference will follow these threads:

  • Business and Market Evolution. We'll convene panels of experts and futurists from housing, banking, and building science to help us explore and plan for the future of our industries. Every attendee will be actively involved in these sessions.
  • Leadership and Communication. These interactive sessions are integrated throughout the conference. They're intended for anyone who needs to work with and lead others -- executives, managers, sales people, and trainers.
  • Tools and Techniques. You'll have the choice each day to participate in sessions where you can work with all the toys and tools. We'll show you how to make your work easier, whether you're a trainer, program manager, or sales person.

Learn more at the website.

Facilitators for this event include Chris Dorsi, Ben Cichowski, J. West, and Joe Medosch. Guest presenters include Amy Fazio, Chandler vonSchrader, Larry Zarker, Bill Spohn, Keith Canfield, and others.

Registration for this event is open.

Discounts on registration of 10% are available to members of Home Energy Pros. Just enter the coupon code below at checkout to get your discount.

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Learn more at the website.

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