FDR Training Reveals Updated Virtual Agenda Including Live Virtual Chats
Professionals will be able to access over 40 sessions directly from the safety of their home or workplace.
By: LRP Media Group
FDR Training will feature sessions with live Q & A portions as well as completely live sessions. The annual attendee favorite, Agency Conversations, with the EEOC, OSC, FMCS and MSPB will be completely live and will also include live Q & A portions. Many other sessions including Agency Conversations with the FLRA and OPM will be available for attendees to access on-demand.
FDR Training's virtual event, starting August 10, 2020, will give attendees the opportunity to hear from the nation's top federal experts as they discuss the latest changes in laws, regulations and administration priorities. The live chat sessions will be held at specific times so attendees can interact with experts through the event's live questions and answers feature. Live chat sessions include:
• Opening Plenary: Hurdling Adversity and Creating a New Normal: Kicking off the virtual event on Monday, August 10 at 2 p.m. ET, Paralympic Silver Medalist, John Register, will share four techniques to overcome life's barriers and create a fulfilling "new normal."
• Curbing Conflict Avoidance: On Tuesday, August 11 at 12 p.m. ET, Justin Hale will discuss strategies to address workplace conflict in a way that produces results and improves relationships.
• COVID-19: Leave and Attendance Issues: Barbara Haga will discuss FMLA matters including serious health conditions and medical certifications and also help attendees understand and apply OPM and OMB pandemic guidance and DOL regulations on emergency paid sick leave at 12 p.m. ET on Wednesday, August 12.
• Legal Ethics Training: Held on Thursday, August 13 at 2:30 p.m. ET, Peter Broida and Maxanne R. Witkin will hold a completely live two-hour discussion of attorney legal ethics geared specifically for federal government attorneys to receive CLE credits.
• And more! Attendees can view the entire list of live chat sessions on www.FDRTraining.com.
"The updated agenda will allow professionals to receive the training they need through a new virtual platform," said Leslie Lake, Vice President, Federal Editorial, LRP Media Group. "We are excited that we are still able to give attendees the opportunity to ask experts specific questions that impact their professional lives from the comfort of their own homes or workplaces."
Registration for the virtual FDR Training event is open. For more information and to register visit www.FDRTraining.com or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.
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