human resources

C3 Foundation of Work Culture: Character + Competence = Consistency

Too often we hire for skill but we fire for character. Discover how an intentional focus on positive character can transform an organization’s culture. 

Through this challenging yet rewarding discussion, we provide attendees with a platform for having meaningful conversations about expectations and defined terms to set those expectations in a non-confrontational format.

  • C1: CHARACTER describes the mental model used to determine one’s actions. In organizations, it includes the cultural norms and values that guide decision making
  • C2: COMPETENCE describes the knowledge and ability needed to do something well, measured against a common standard. It is the ability to solve technical problems.
  • C3: CONSISTENCY is the ability to produce the same results over an extended period of time, which increases trust. This requires a culture of character and competence.

In this conversation, we will learn how to avoid the pitfalls of solving a C1 problem with a C2 solution.

This seminar is offered in a Hybrid format.  Join us in person for lunch or via Zoom if you can’t get away from your desk. 

Meet Our Presenter

Dan Rieves – Is the founder of Bleed Green Team Dynamics. Dan has 30 years of experience as a Ranger with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Larimer County Department of Natural Resources. During his time as a ranger, he led crews that assisted with some of the most trying natural disasters in Colorado history: The 2012 High Park Fire, the 2013 Big Thompson Flood, and the 2020 Cameron Peak Fire. Dan is now a professional speaker and trainer which allows him to share what he learned about doing courageous work, forging teams, defending work culture, and honing personal resilience.

E.P.I.C. Series

Join the East Colorado SBDC and its partner, FMS Bank, for this ongoing small business training series.

[Hybrid: Greeley, CO & Virtual] CDOT Civil Rights & Labor Compliance Workshop

This full-day workshop is essential for all prime contractors and subcontractors working on CDOT highway construction contracts. You will learn how to comply with mandatory CDOT and Federal Civil Rights and Labor Compliance regulations outlined in FWHA Form 1273.

Topics include:

  • FHWA Form 1273 for CDOT Federal-aid projects
  • EEO Contract Requirements
  • DBE Program Requirements (including new DBE Specification)
  • ESB Program Requirements (including proposed Special Provisions)
  • CDOT Form 205
    On-the-Job Training (OJT) Requirements
  • Site of Work
  • Classification of workers
  • Certified Payroll Requirements: Davis-Bacon and Related Acts
  • Certified Payroll: LCPtracker
  • B2GNow: DBE Commitments and Prompt Payment

Who Should Attend:
Project Superintendents, Construction Contractor Employees, Consultant Project Managers, Payroll Clerks, EEO Officers, Estimators, and others involved in CDOT construction contract administration.

Presented by

CDOT HQ Civil Rights & Business Resource Center & CDOT Civil Rights Staff

Reserve Your Seat

Registration includes lunch and reference manual. This is event is hybrid. Select In-Person or Virtual registration below. CDOT staff may attend for free by choosing coupon code “CDOT Employee” and using your state.co.us email address.

Questions? Email info@connect2DOT.org or call (720) 624-6728
Thanks to Our Partners
East CO SBDC Refund Policy

Cancellations made 3 business days or more in advance of the event date, will receive a refund. Saturday, Sunday, and Federal Holidays are not considered business days.

Acceptable cancellation methods include by phone 970-351-4274 or emailing Info@EastColoradoSBDC.com.

No refunds will be granted if a registrant fails to cancel 3 business days prior to the event.

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