Web-based technology has been around for many years. However, in recent months it has become an everyday tool in how business is done. Scott shares a new set of skills to be as effective as possible using technology like Zoom. Join us to learn how to leverage this technology yourself as a professional. After Scott’s presentation, we will have a panel discussion lead by Accounting Principals key people regarding dos and don’ts when interviewing virtually, whether you are the candidate or the hiring company.
The FENG will be hosting the meeting again, thanks to Joyce Gibney. All you need to do is register on the FENG website. You will receive a zoom link the day before the meeting and the morning of the meeting.
The FENG website has been updated and now guests can register on the FENG website so you do not have to email Joyce Gibney to sign-up guests.
If you would like to sign-in a little early, we will have an informal chat starting at 12:30 pm.
Host: Drake Berryhill, Market Director for Parker + Lynch Finance for the Mid-South Region
Topic: Meetings and Interviewing in a Zoom World
Together we will host a panel of well qualified Executives and SME’s to address several topics including, but not limited to, “Meetings and Interviewing in a Zoom World” and “Tips for getting your resume in the right hands” and “Tips for applying through Applicant Tracking Systems”.
Speakers: Our panel will consist of Scott Nevins & Accounting Principals People
Scott Nevins ([email protected])
Scott is a Principal at Bernstein Private Wealth Management. His clients include high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and endowments. He has been at Bernstein for 15 years. Prior to Bernstein, Scott was a CEO to seven early-to-mid stage financial service / technology service companies over a 20+ year period. He began his career at GE Capital. Scott is an experienced Zoomer. He reinvented his practice using Zoom when the pandemic began. He teaches a program called “Rainmaking Using Zoom” on a daily basis to groups of 1-250 people. The program focuses on “setting up your Zoom studio”, “learning how to become a more effective Zoom attendee/presenter” and “how to successfully network using Zoom”. He does not charge for the program – it is one of the many ways he gives back to the community. Scott is on ten different boards including ACG and AIF (CT’s largest angel group). Scott earned his undergraduate degree in Math and Computer Science from Fairfield University.
• 12:30 pm - We welcome members and guests to log in at 12:30 pm to have a totally informal networking chat with no specific agenda. Just a time to meet as we used to prior to our meeting which will start at 12:45 pm.
• 12:45 pm – The meeting officially starts. We will use about 15 minutes before the speaker to thank our host, make some announcements, and discuss how the Zoom meeting will be handled and how you can participate.
• 1:00 pm – The speakers will talk for about 45 minutes to an hour saving some time for questions to be submitted via “Chat” or through the email addresses above.
We will be asking each new attendee and anyone newly in transition to give a 30 to 60 second introduction so that everyone can meet and get to know the new people and keep members in transition in mind when we hear of opportunities.