America's Leading Luxury Home Architects Forum
October 15-18, 2020
BOND Custom is a unique forum designed to help Principal Architects and Designers of high-end luxury residences stay ahead of the curve. Principals learn about new developments that they can pass on to their clients and enhance their businesses. They do this through a series of private, pre-selected meetings with leaders of innovative, high-end solution providers, plus pinpoint seminars and networking with peers from across the country.
We pre-qualify designers to meet the following criteria:
1. Principal, Director, Vice President
2. Significant portfolio of luxury, custom home projects in North America
3. Top architecture/design firm
Typical attendees include:
Board & Vellum
Charles Cunniffe Architects
John R Mastera & Associates Architects
Peter Pennoyer Architects
Richard Manion Architecture
The best run architect-vendor event I’ve attended. Significantly more useful than conventional trade shows.
Brian J. Connolly
Seminar timings and/or content may be varied at our discretion.
Thursday, October 15
Have you ever thought to yourself “when did that change?” I had no idea that was an issue or a problem. Then this is the class for you. We will discuss the on-going needs and risks within our practices and some of the ones coming your way soon. What does the #MeToo movement mean to our firms? Equity by Design? Why can’t someone just be an independent contractor if they want to? We will also delve into the key elements of culture. How to test your theories of staff Happiness. Elements to maximize staff retention. Where is your next staff member right now? Is it human or AI? How do you win a bidding war? It will be a lively discussion and we can learn from each other.
A graduate of UC Berkeley, Laurie has a background of HR leadership positions at The Ratcliff Architects, Gensler, Psomas, Anshen+Allen/Stantec, and now Taylor Design! A frequent speaker and teacher Laurie has presented for the AIA (national and local), the Senior Executives Institute, ACEC, UC extension, Knowledge Architecture and other events. Never one to shy away from open and frank discussions, come hear the latest in HR risks!
Friday, October 16
In 2020, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce, and in 2025 they will make up 75%. Strategically attracting Millennials to your organization, and then successfully engaging and retaining them, is not an option, it is a necessity. So who and what are Millennials? And more importantly, what is the Millennial mindset and motivators that actually drive retention rates, workplace engagement and Millennials decision-making? Author, speaker, and “Millennial Expert” Paul Angone shares the secrets to leading this next generation in meaningful and impactful ways that will help you engage, motivate, and retain young professionals at a higher level.
Biography“Like advice from a wiser, funnier, older brother...Paul Angone's been there, done that, and wants to save you the pain and trouble.” – Seth Godin, New York Times Best-Selling author Paul Angone is one of the leading experts in the nation on the Millennial generation and how all generations can work better together. He is the best-selling author of three books, a sought-after national keynote speaker, and the creator of AllGroanUp.com, which has been read by millions of people in 190 countries. With over 10+ years writing, speaking, and engaging Millennials, plus a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, Paul has worked with companies such as Intel Security, Wells Fargo, Stewart Title, and Aflac and has been featured in publications such as Bloomberg, Chicago Tribune, Business Insider, and AARP. Paul delivers dynamic, relevant, and informative content that will help all generations in your company work better together.
Saturday, October 17
1. Why is ownership transition important?
2. Psychological barriers to ownership transition
3. What is ownership anyway?
4. Setting your goals
5. Implications of ownership for compensation
6. How to create conditions for a successful internal ownership transition
b. Financial Plan
c. Business Processes
7. How is internal OT financed?
8. What are my other options?
9. What should I do now? Key recommendations
BiographyAllie specializes in internal ownership transition, firm valuation and incentive compensation. Since joining Morrissey Goodale’s team in 2015, he has advised dozens of firms on their internal ownership transitions and external sales, conducted valuation exercises, developed incentive compensation plans, and assisted with strategic planning exercises. Allie is an expert financial modeler, and more importantly, he enjoys working with clients to demystify the many financial concepts that can sometimes be overwhelming as firms explore their strategic options. Allie’s previous experience includes stints as a strategy consultant to financial institutions and performing financial analysis of clients’ businesses for Credit Suisse, a top-tier investment bank. In these roles, he examined business plans, developed detailed projections of firms’ future financial statements, and applied state-of-the-art techniques to assess firms’ key financial metrics and drivers of profitability. He structured contracts to align incentives between the parties and unlock hidden value. Allie received a BA in Physics cum laude from Princeton University, a PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford and an MArch from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
More information will be announced soon.
Charles Eley is an architect, mechanical engineer and author with 40 years' experience in energy efficient and sustainable design. His latest book is Design Professionals Guide to Zero Net Energy Buildings (Island Press 2016). During his career, Mr. Eley has made significant contributions to the California energy standards, ASHRAE Standard 90.1, and energy codes in Hong Kong, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa and Australia. He has also developed a number of important technical manuals and publications; served as the founding executive director of the Collaborative for High Performance Schools; developed a number of energy analysis software applications; and has served as energy consultant for a number of landmark green buildings. Mr. Eley currently writes, serves on non-profit boards, provides specialized consulting, and teaches classes on building energy efficiency and green technologies.
Sunday, October 18
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