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  • Friday, Feb. 19, The Independent Business Association will host its monthly breakfast event to discuss The Looming Crisis at Milwaukee Public Schools at the Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave. from 7 to 9 a.m. Cory Nettles, managing director of Generation Growth Capitol, Inc., will speak at the event. Cost to attend is $20 for IBA members and $35 for non members. Register online here: http://www.ibaw.com/
  • Tuesday, Feb. 23, Think Tank Live! Milwaukee 2010, Search and Social Media Summit at the Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Road, Waukesha from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Speakers include an array of experienced digital marketing professionals from the Milwaukee and Chicago areas who can provide content rich programs that are useful for today’s business leaders, marketers, and communications specialists. The seminar will focus on educating people on how to utilize the internet and social media for strategic business and marketing goals. Cost to attend is $225 until Feb. 18 and $275 at the door. For more information or to register visit the IM Think Tank website at http://www.thinktanklive.com.
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  • Tuesday, Feb. 23 A.B.L.E South will present a LinkedIn training seminar at the Knights of Columbus building, 3200 S. 103rd St, beginning at 1 p.m. Wayne Breitbarth, president of M&M Office Interiors will present at the event. Cost to attend is $10 for A.B.L.E South members and $20 for non members. To register call the UWM School of continuing education at 414-227-3098.
  • Thursday, Feb. 25, BizTimes Media will present its Wellness Summit, Strategies for a healthy workforce event at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave. from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Session leaders include Nick Neitzel, community wellness director for the Wisconsin Athletic Club; Jo Steinberg, president of Midland Health; and Connie Roethel, R.N., wellness expert and president of Core Health Group. Learn tools and strategies from local experts that you can implement now to save money and increase productivity in your own business. Cost to attend is $45 per person or $450 for a corporate table of ten. For more information visit www.biztimes.com/wellness.
  • Wednesday, Feb. 24 The Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce and the Sustainable Water Supply Coalition will host a seminar entitled Water—The Commodity of Tomorrow at the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee-Wauwatosa, 10499 Innovation Drive from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.. Panelists include Dale Shaver, director of parks and land use in Waukesha County; Rich Meeusen, president and CEO of Badger Meter and John Austen of Brookings Institute. Cost to attend is $40 for chamber members or $50 for non chamber members. Visit www.waukesha.org/calendar to register.
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  • Wednesday, March 3 DeWitt Ross & Stevens will present The Facebook Frenzy: How to Deal with Your Employees’ Newest On-the-Clock Pastime at the Brookfield Suites Hotel, 1200 S. Moorland Road, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Mindy Rowland and Michele Perreault from DeWitt Ross & Stevens will present. This presentation will provide guidance on how to deal with employees’ use of Facebook and other networking sites, including advice on drafting comprehensive policies and appropriate discipline methods to ensure no repeat offenders. We will also address the trend toward shutting down Facebook and twitter access at work as a potential solution, as well as touching upon how employers can use Facebook and similar sites to your advantage. The seminar is part of an ongoing series of seminars called HR Roundtable. To register for the free Brookfield seminar, go to www.dewittross.com and register under Events or send an e-mail to hrroundtable@dewittross.com or call 608-252-9330


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