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CRHRA wants to ensure that we continue to provide relevant, thoughtful & attainable content during a time that we are not able to interact in-person at our monthly events. So, we are launching our next two webinars at a BOGO rate! Register now & you will receive access to the two webinars detailed below.

Updated 401(k)/Retirement Plan Regulations in Relation to the New SECURE Act
Michael Ruger, CFP, QKA, CDFA, Greenbush Financial Group, LLC
Rob Mangold, CFP, CPA, Greenbush Financial Group, LLC
Tuesday, May 12 | 1-2 PM

The SECURE Act is the biggest piece of retirement plan legislation that has been passed in the last decade. This session will provide professionals with key takeaways on things they should be considering with the new law and how it could relate to their company's retirement plan, and also learn how to best support employees transitioning into retirement.

In addition to the SECURE Act, the CARES Act will have an impact on retirement plans in the near term and we will discuss the important items plan sponsors should be aware of to help guide employees during these times.

About Our Speakers:






Michael Ruger, CFP®, QKA, CDFA
Michael is the managing partner at Greenbush Financial Group. He grew up in Corning, NY, graduated from SUNY Oneonta, and after college found his way out to the Capital Region. His specialties within the firm are financial planning, investment management, and Medicare.

Rob Mangold, CFP®, CPA
Rob is the Head of Financial Planning and the 401(k) Division at Greenbush Financial Group. He grew up in East Greenbush, NY, graduated from SUNY Geneseo, and started his career at a local accounting firm before transitioning to Greenbush Financial Group. His specialties within the firm are financial planning, employer-sponsored retirement plans, and Medicare.

This program has been submitted for one credit hour through HRCI & SHRM.

The Value of EQ Over IQ to Attract, Develop & Retain the Best Talent
Jennifer Bashant, Ph.D., Building Better Futures
Thursday, May 21 | 1-2 PM

It is said that we are never “complete” on our personal development journeys. We are all a work in progress, and emotional intelligence (EQ) is something that can be developed with some self-awareness, patience, and persistence. This session is designed to provide an overview of emotional intelligence (EQ), why it matters in the workplace, and how HR professionals can use their knowledge of EQ to attract, develop and retain talented employees. Participants will be able to define emotional intelligence and how it relates to an employee’s job performance; use a self- assessment tool with employees to help them gain insight into their own EQ strengths and weaknesses; and list specific strategies to help employees strengthen their own EQ.

About Our Speaker:

As the CEO of Building Better Futures, LLC, Jennifer is a Trainer, Coach, and Motivational Speaker with the mission to empower people to live their best lives. Jennifer works in both the corporate and the education arenas, where she shares evidence-based strategies to improve leadership capacity, build effective teams, increase employee wellness, and meet the social and emotional needs of behaviorally challenging students.

Jennifer is a certified trainer in DiSC Work and Communication Styles, EQ-i 2.0 Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Coaching, and Restorative Practices. Jennifer uses all of these tools to help businesses improve their bottom line by retaining the staff in which they have invested time and resources, by increasing engagement and by creating a positive work culture where people enjoy coming to work every day. Inevitably, attendance and productivity increase, relationships between managers and employees improve, and the business soars.

This program has been submitted for one credit hour through HRCI & SHRM.

Once you register, you will receive an automatic email with more access information. If you are registering after the first webinar, don't worry! We will send you the recording. 

$10 - Students/Retirees
$20 - CRHRA Members
$30 - Non-members

CRHRA Headquarters |

May 12th, 2020 1:00 PM through May 21st, 2020 2:00 PM
United States
Members $ 20.00
Non-Members $ 30.00
Student/Retirees $ 10.00
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