*This event is for c-level executives only*
Finding "A" Players: The CEO And Key Executive's Guide to Hiring Top Talent
Through this workshop, you will learn specifically how to design and put into place a hiring system that:
1. Precisely identifies what quantifiable results you want from your new hire during the first year to eighteen months
2. Mines deep for the best candidates, no matter where they are
3. Structures interviews to predict the ability of a candidate to achieve the desired success
4. Accurately assesses and moves only highly qualified candidates to the next step
5. Results in offers only to candidates who are capable of meeting your clearly defined Success Factors
Biography: Barry Deutsch is a well-known thought leader in hiring and performance management with more than 20 years of experience in the executive search field and hiring process improvement. Deutsch and his partners have conducted workshops on hiring, interviewing, and performance management to more than 20,000 people in the last ten years. He has published numerous online and magazine articles about hiring and leveraging top performers. Deutsch is author of the shocking book that is breaking the tribal hiring paradigm, "You're Not the Person I Hired."
11:30 AM-12:00 PM Lunch & Networking
12:00-1:30 PM Presentation by KPMG
The Tax Reform and Jobs Act provides for a special tax regime for investments in “Opportunity Zones”. Members of KPMG national Opportunity Zone team, Joe Scalio and Jeffrey Fletcher will cover the following:
Below is the background of Opportunity Zone:
Opportunity Zones are a new tool communities can use to drive economic development. Established by the U.S. Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, Opportunity Zones encourage long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communities across the United States. It is the most significant community development program to pass in a generation since the Community Reinvestment Act.
Governors across all 50 states and territories designate low-income census tracts as “Opportunity Zones”. Investors then have the chance to take profits from current holdings and reinvest them in “Opportunity Funds,” which finance commercial and industrial real estate, housing, infrastructure, and current or start-up businesses located in the Opportunity Zones. After several years in the Fund, some of the tax on investors’ initial profits (capital gains) will be forgiven. And, the longer investors leave their money in the Fund, the more capital gains tax will be waived. If held for a decade, the added profit made from the Opportunity Fund investment will not be taxed at all.
Opportunity Zones have the potential to become the largest community development program in our nation’s history. Still, there’s much uncertainty about how much investment will flow into Opportunity Zones, what those investments will look like, and how they will impact people’s lives.
Recent estimates indicate that there is approximately $6 trillion of unrealized capital gain across the U.S. available to be invested in the Qualified Opportunity Zone Program.
This program will be tremendously beneficial to both designated communities and investors alike. Communities will benefit from an influx of private capital that will spur innovative projects, and investors’ portfolios will find great relief in the program’s tax minimization component. It’s a win-win.
You are invited to the San Gabriel Valley Developers Summit, where you will receive economic and commercial development opportunities within the San Gabriel Valley. Come see what the opportunities are. Complimentary admission. Please RSVP.
If you are interested in having a display table at the Developers Summit, it will be $200 for non-members (complimentary display tables will be provided for member organizations. Contact Regina Wang firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested) As an exhibitor, you will receive exposure from developers, brokers, and investors.
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