Amendments to our HBEA Constitution and By-Laws were approved by the membership with an online vote on October 8, 2017. Amendments include the Executive Board will now determine when membership meetings will be held. Also, elections of officers can be conducted online.... Continue Reading →
Proposed amendments to the HBEA Constitution and By-Laws are being made so our organization can be managed more efficiently in an environment of declining membership and participation. Members are invited to post comments that all can read on the Google... Continue Reading →
Do you know someone that really deserves recognition for their outstanding work? Acknowledge your deserving colleagues and business partners. Nominate them for various professional awards: HBEA Awards Distinguished Service Business Educator School Administrator, Business Person, Legislator, or Company Outstanding Business... Continue Reading →
submitted by HBEA President M. Langenbacher Here is an article provided by Dr. Michael Smith, a local educator. He found these on the University of Tennessee web site “G0 Titans” http://www.utc.edu/walker-center-teaching-learning/teaching-resources/teaching-tips.phpTeaching GET FEEDBACK FROM YOUR STUDENTS Periodically during the semester,... Continue Reading →
by Cheryl Fujii HBEA is seeking nominations for the position of Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Members are encouraged to participate on the Executive Board and to either apply or nominate a member to fill current vacancies. For nomination and... Continue Reading →
Video from Office Team: The role of admins in the office of the future.
Here is a link to a blog post from How to be a Virtual Assistant that might help you communicate with others about why becoming a virtual assistant might be a good option. http://www.howtobeavirtualassistant.co.uk/about-virtual-assistants/10-reasons-why-this-is-the-year-to-quit-the-rat-race-and-become-a-virtual-assistant/