Minnesota County Highway Accountants Association Conference
44th Annual Minnesota County Highway Accountants Association Conference
April 26−28, 2017
Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center
2100 Arrowwood Lane
The conference registration fee is $225, which includes all conference sessions and instructional materials. Registration should be received by Wednesday, April 12, 2017. A refund of the registration fee, minus a $30 cancellation fee, will be made if written cancellation is received by April 12, 2017.
The conference will be held at Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center, Alexandria, MN. A special lodging and/or meals package has been developed for the conference. The various package rates include lodging and/or meals. Please use the Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center lodging form to register directly with Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center. Preferred lodging will be held until March 28, 2017.
On behalf of the association officers and planning committee, you are invited to attend the 44th annual conference. Sponsored by the Minnesota County Highway Accountants Association under the general direction of the Minnesota County Engineers Association, the program provides an excellent opportunity for all county highway accountants to obtain current information and share ideas about important dimensions of work in the field.
Organization and Prioritization: Day to Day Life Management Strategies
Mike Kutzke, Professional Training Services
- Have you ever felt overloaded or overwhelmed?
- Have you struggled to accomplish everything you and others expect you to accomplish?
- Do you ever procrastinate or have to deal with clutter in your life?
Everyday we are assessed on our ability to get things done. This course addresses practical strategies and techniques in a fun and fast-paced learning environment to help you take control of your time and assist you in identifying the things that are your personal and professional priorities.
This session is designed to allow attendees to learn about how their current assumptions and beliefs about organization and prioritization impact their day-to-day productivity personally and professionally. It is designed to be an active and fun learning event that allows attendees to identify areas they can improve in while in a safe and enjoyable.
Minnesota County Highway Accountants Association
College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota
For Program Information
Katherine Hagberg, 612-624-4230 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Registration Information
Call 612-625-2900 or e-mail email@example.com