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    • June 22, 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Willoughby Golf Club, 3001 SE Doubleton Drive, Stuart, 772.220.6000



    11th Annual 

    HR Martin County 

    Employment Law Conference

    Friday, June 22, 2018 - 8:00am - 3:30pm

    Willoughby Golf Club

    3001 SE Doubleton Drive, Stuart 772.220.6000

      Our experienced presenters will provide you insight on how to apply the ever-changing laws to workplace situations and give practical guidance on day-to-day compliance. 


      · Member of the Wage and Hour Division-DOL, will provide an FLSA update

      · Mr. Simeon Brier, Esq., Cozen O’Connor, Miami, #MeToo Movement 

      · Mr. Patrick Martin, Esq., Greenberg Traurig, Miami, Equal Pay Act

      · Ms. Vergie Bain, Compliance Assistance Specialist, OSHA, OSHA Update

      · Mr. Michael Farrell, Miami District Director, EEOC, EEOC Update




      $85 for both Members and Non-Members

      Companies sending 3 or more attendees will receive a  $10.00 per person discount

      Willoughby Golf Club Dress Code: business casual (Acceptable attire includes collared shirts, slacks, dresses, skirts, etc. No blue jeans/denim, shorts, tank tops are allowed.) 



      Sponsored by:


      • October 17, 2018
      • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
      • Sandhill Cove, 1500 SW Capri Street, Palm City

      HR Martin's - 1st Master Series Program Speaker

      Leadership is a Marathon

      How to Stay Motivated as a Leader

      Presented By:

      Matt Jones

      Motivational Leadership Keynote Speaker

      “When it comes to your VICTORY, it’s the inside stuff that counts”

      Description of the Presentation:

      In a recent survey 75% of respondents said their company is chronically short of leadership talent (War of Talent).  Being an effective leader like a marathon is an endurance event.  Matt’s talk, “Leadership is a Marathon” provides principles that leaders can use to empower, energize, and inspire themselves in order to do the dame for those they lead.

      Matt uses his experience of running a marathon as a metaphor to share leadership strategies learned through personal experiences and graduate work in Transformational Leadership.

      Key “take-aways” for the Presentation

      Key learning objectives or key “take-aways” for the Presentation:

      Your leaders will walk away with:

      • The four characteristics that REAL leaders practice
      • How to have a greater influence and impact on those you lead
      • Renewed passion for leading others
      • The number quality of leadership


      More on our Speaker:

      Matt Jones, went from being a three-time cancer conqueror, to relearning how to walk, to surviving a bone marrow transplant, to completing seven marathons on seven continents and yes that includes Antarctica! 

      Matt was diagnosed with cancer on September 11, 2002. After spreading to the fluid in his brain doctors did not think he would live. At one point, Matt would slip into an unconscious state. Doctors at this time did not think he would live. Against all he recovered but due to complications in his brain he had to relearn how to walk.  

      From the first step, he took after relearning how to walk, Matt visualized completing a marathon. His first marathon was the San Diego Rock N’ Roll. Followed by completing marathons in Rome, Tokyo, Perth, Cape Town, Antarctica, and Chile.  

      Hall of Fame baseball player and World Series Champion, George Brett said, “Matt is a true champion and his story inspires others to be a true champion.”  Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton said, “Matt Jones has done what anyone would consider impossible. Conqueror. Overcomer. Champion. Superhuman.” 

      Matt Jones is the founder of the R.E.A.L. Leadership Academy and was a PhD Candidate in Organizational Leadership. He is also the author of over ten books, including his newest one, “Happiness is a Marathon: 26.2 Ways to Stay Happy at Work and in Life”.  

      Matt uses his story of overcoming insurmountable odds to motivate audiences to achieve greater victory during these times of change and uncertainty.

      Our Sponsor:


      Registration Fee:  $50/members, non-members & guests      

      **  PLEASE NOTE:  There will be a $5.00 charge for not pre-registering for this event online.  In addition there will be an additional $5.00 charge for paying by credit card on the day of the event.** 

      Deadline:  Monday, October 15, 2018



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