The Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3) Virtual Spring Series is a multi-day program developed for engineers of all levels, business owners, human resource managers, and anyone within the AEC industry who is interested in promoting dialogue on engagement & equity in the structural engineering profession.
The Series will feature the key findings in the latest SE3 Survey as well as opportunities to engage with industry panelists. The conversations will focus on topics currently in the national spotlight and how their effects impact the profession. This Series will be delivered over three weeks in three 1.0-1.5 hour webinars, plus interactive opportunities. Attendees will gain insight from engineers around the country, acquire practical strategies and best practices for improving retention & engagement within their organizations.
The registration fee for the Seminar is $195 for members ($400 for nonmembers), which includes all 4 hours of education. Each individual webinar can be purchased separately for $95 for members ($150 for nonmembers).
- Purchase all 3 webinars in the Seminar and have access to the recordings for 1 Year.
- Each seminar purchase is per office location. If your firm is operating remotely, please review the Webinar FAQ's on how to accommodate multiple users from the same location.
Please note: These webinars are not included in the NCSEA Webinar Subscription.
Schedule of EventsMarch 24 - Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3): 2020 Survey Results, Presented by Sabrina Duk, P.E., and Rose McClure, S.E. - RECORDING IS NOW AVAILABLE!
In the Spring of 2020, the SE3 Committee conducted its third nationwide survey of structural engineers across the profession. The survey is an ongoing effort to identify trends, and to initiate industry-wide conversations. This presentation will review the latest survey findings and highlight the work being done by the SE3 committee as informed by the results of the 2020 survey. Attendees will gain an understanding of the current challenges facing the profession as well as actionable information to help improve both their firms and the profession as a whole.
Interactive Conversation - How to Build Your Own SE3 Chapter at Your Local SEA, Lead by Sabrina Duk, P.E., and Leo Baran
Join us for an interactive conversation on how to bring SE3 initiatives to your local SEA. This will be an opportunity to network and chat with members of established SE3 chapters across the country. Committee members will share how their group got started, discuss challenges they faced, and highlight their current activities. They’ll also be available to answer any questions. If you’re interested in getting a local group started, host an event or learn more about SE3 related initiatives, join us and be a part of the conversation!
This session is free for all to attend!
March 31 - Strategies to Enhance Your Employee Performance Review and Assessment Process, Presented by Marc Steyer, S.E., LEED AP, and Natalie Tse, S.E., LEED AP - RECORDING IS NOW AVAILABLE!
It is not uncommon for managers of structural engineering firms to facilitate employee performance reviews. The frequency, format, complexity, and formality of these reviews vary widely from company to company. A vast majority of human resource managers argue that annual performance reviews have little impact on individual performance, and may lead to significant reductions in employee productivity and engagement. This presentation aims to highlight key strategies to transform the traditional performance review into a positive, productive, and beneficial process for employees, managers, and a firm’s office culture. With reference to SE3 survey data, recent studies by other organizations and institutions, this session will share best practices for the feedback process, for greatest impact on employee engagement, career development, and overall retention.
April 7 - A Perspective on the Changing Workplace, Presented by Victoria Arbitrio, PE, SEBC, F.SEI
In this session, Vicki will share her observations from throughout her prolific career and highlight strategies that make for positive change in workplace cultures. She will touch upon a variety of buzzword topics, including, but not limited to, racial and gender equity, generational differences, navigating parenthood, work-life balance, social/political climates, events in the national spotlight, and technological advancements. Together these variables impact our behaviors and perceptions of the structural engineering profession. With the right perspective, we can begin to better understand the problem we're trying to solve.
Join us after the talk for an open discussion with Vicki Arbitrio and the SE3 leadership!
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