Improve Your Skills during Off-Peak Time

Improve Your Skills during Off-Peak Time

Summertime can be a tough time for brokers in some markets, but it is possible to keep yourself busy without resorting to busy work. One idea to consider is an investment in personal development.

Technology is changing the way we do business. Your clients are demanding more of you. So, how do you plan to meet that demand? What are you doing to stand out from the crowd? Paycor’s National TECH+ Partner Conference is your opportunity to step away from the day-to-day, identify what sets you apart from the competition and learn new strategies from leading HR, benefits and sales experts.

Over the course of three days (September 19-21), top benefits brokers and financial advisors will gather in Amelia Island, Fla., for a series of keynotes, panel discussions and interactive breakout sessions. We’ll explore how HCM technology, paired with data-driven insights can help you address your clients’ most critical HR challenges, such as attracting high-quality candidates and retaining top performers. You can make the most out of the experience by defining what differentiates you from the competition and determining how you will challenge your clients to also break free from the status quo.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

  1. Top experts. From keynote speaker Tim Riesterer, to leading experts in the HCM space, each session will challenge you to really think about what sets you apart from the competition and discover how you’re helping clients solve their toughest challenges.

  2. Education. Status quo is no longer an option. New technology and data-driven insights are your secret weapon for supporting your clients. Each session and networking opportunity will provide new ideas and strategies to help you retain your client base and grow your business.

  3. Competitive edge. Get a leg up in the market by identifying unique ways you can support your current clients and attract new business.

  4. HR technology. New technology is driving change in the HCM industry. Learn how to leverage this knowledge to help solve your clients’ toughest business challenges.

  5. Plus Networking + receptions + dinners + entertainment + did we mention Amelia Island?

Breakout Sessions

The TECH+ Partner Forum is made up of three tracks: - Sales Blueprint. Join top industry sales experts to help expand your playbook as they share best practices and winning strategies to add value to your clients’ business.

  • In Data We Trust. We’ll explore how having a holistic view of HR, benefits and payroll data can provide valuable insights to guide your clients toward making better decisions – turning you from broker to business consultant.

  • All Systems Go. Sessions in the track give you the opportunity to understand how HCM trends can influence your clients’ abilities to elevate their businesses.

Choose just the right blend to get the industry insight, practical tips and in-depth product information you’ll need to maximize your investment and lead the way in your field.

The Details

The fee for attending the conference is only $199 per attendee. Your registration fee includes the following:

  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • Access to all educational tracks, including breakout sessions
  • All pre-planned group meals and entertainment (Wednesday dinner through Friday lunch)
  • Conference materials
  • Opportunities to meet with sponsors at the Expo
  • Valuable networking opportunities

Registration is open now. Don’t miss this opportunity to take time during the summer to invest in your business… and yourself.

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