Calendar of Events


  • Wednesday
    5
    February

    Licensing for Profitability, Agility and Growth for Small and Mid-Sized Engineering Firms

    Feb 5, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Based on a whitepaper collaboration between Harbor Compliance and NSPE, this discussion provides tactics and resources to help small and mid-sized firms manage licensing effectively to serve their business goals. It reveals:
    • The three layers of licensing firms must manage to ensure compliance
    • Tactics for greater agility when responding to opportunities
    • Strategies for reducing wasted staff hours and enhancing internal communication
    • Common pitfalls when managing licensing and tips for avoiding them
    • Licensing best practices to ensure a strong, compliant foundation for your firm
    John Beck, M.B.A., is the Director of Market Strategy at Harbor Compliance, a leading provider of compliance solutions. John brings 15 years of corporate legal industry experience to his role, including business development and executive leadership positions.  He has serviced companies ranging from global Fortune 500 enterprises to small businesses. John is focused on marketing, partnership development, and business development strategy. He is available to answer your questions or brainstorm ideas at 717-431-9134 or jbeck@harborcompliance.com.

  • Wednesday
    19
    February

    69th Annual Engineers Week Awards Banquet & Exhibition

    Feb 19, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (ET)

    Save the Date! 69th Annual Engineers Week Awards Banquet & Exhibition

    This year’s New Hampshire celebration will be held on February 19, 2020 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.

    Learn more.

    This year's event will be held at:
    Grappone Conference Center
    70 Constitution Avenue
    Concord, New Hampshire

  • Wednesday
    18
    March

    Engineering Ethics – Disclosure, Payment, Expert Testimony and Conflicts of Interest

    Mar 18, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss key ethical issues relating to disclosure, payment, expert testimony and conflicts of interest.

    Arthur is the deputy executive director and general counsel of the National Society of Professional Engineers. He also serves as the executive director of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers, a NSPE affinity group. His responsibilities include serving as staff director to the NSPE Board of Ethical Review, the Committee on Policy and Advocacy, the Professional Liability Committee, and the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee.

  • Wednesday
    18
    March

    Spring Ethics Series

    Mar 18, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    Bundle (Part 1, 2, & 3) – Price expires March 17

    March 18, 2020 - Engineering Ethics – Disclosure, Payment, Expert Testimony and Conflicts of Interest
    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss key ethical issues relating to disclosure, payment, expert testimony and conflicts of interest.

    April 15, 2020 - Engineering Ethics – Conflicts of Interest, Licensure, Confidentiality and Public Criticism
    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss business and professional ethics issues involving conflicts of interest, licensure, confidentiality and public criticism.

    May 13, 2020Engineering Ethics – Objectivity and Truthfulness, Public Health and Safety, Signing and Sealing of Engineering Drawings and Misrepresentation
    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss relating to objectivity and truthfulness, public health and safety, signing and sealing of engineering drawings and misrepresentation.
     
    Arthur is the deputy executive director and general counsel of the National Society of Professional Engineers. He also serves as the executive director of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers, a NSPE affinity group. His responsibilities include serving as staff director to the NSPE Board of Ethical Review, the Committee on Policy and Advocacy, the Professional Liability Committee, and the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee.

  • Wednesday
    25
    March

    Emotional Intelligence at Work

    Mar 25, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    More and more, organizations are paying attention to the importance of emotional intelligence at work. That’s a good thing, because work performance can be strongly influenced by a person’s self-awareness, empathy toward co-workers, and impulse control – just a few components of what is often referred to as emotional intelligence. This presentation focuses on fundamentals of emotion functioning in the workplace.
     
    You will learn:

    • About the relevance of emotional intelligence
    • About the aspects and purposes of emotional intelligence
    • How to identify your own emotional intelligence features
    • How to manage your emotional intelligence 

    Matthew Siegel is an executive coach and owner of Matthew Siegel Consulting LLC. Matt fosters active learning through collaborative relationships in which enhanced self-awareness and skill lead to goal oriented behavior change. He has helped many professionals improve their performance in fields such as banking, technology, non-profit, media, government, and healthcare. Matt uses his professional training and practice in behavioral science to achieve desired results. He has a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. Find out more about Matt at www.msiegelconsulting.com

  • Wednesday
    15
    April

    Engineering Ethics – Conflicts of Interest, Licensure...

    Apr 15, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    Engineering Ethics – Conflicts of Interest, Licensure, Confidentiality and Public Criticism

    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss business and professional ethics issues involving conflicts of interest, licensure, confidentiality and public criticism.

    Arthur is the deputy executive director and general counsel of the National Society of Professional Engineers. He also serves as the executive director of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers, a NSPE affinity group. His responsibilities include serving as staff director to the NSPE Board of Ethical Review, the Committee on Policy and Advocacy, the Professional Liability Committee, and the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee.

  • Wednesday
    13
    May

    Engineering Ethics – Objectivity and Truthfulness...

    May 13, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    Engineering Ethics – Objectivity and Truthfulness, Public Health and Safety, Signing and Sealing of Engineering Drawings and Misrepresentation

    NSPE Deputy Executive Director, General Counsel and NAFE Executive Director will review engineering ethics principles and discuss relating to objectivity and truthfulness, public health and safety, signing and sealing of engineering drawings and misrepresentation.

    Arthur is the deputy executive director and general counsel of the National Society of Professional Engineers. He also serves as the executive director of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers, a NSPE affinity group. His responsibilities include serving as staff director to the NSPE Board of Ethical Review, the Committee on Policy and Advocacy, the Professional Liability Committee, and the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee.

  • Friday
    31
    July

    2020 NAFE Summer Conference

    Jul 31 - Aug 1, (ET)
    Save the date! The 2020 NAFE Summer Conference will be held at the Providence Hilton, Providence, Rhode Island July 31 - August 1, 2020

  • Wednesday
    12
    August

    PE Conference 2020

    Aug 12 - 16, (ET)
    Philadelphia, PA, United States