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9th Annual Assistants Seminar

  • 02/20/2017
  • 8:15 AM - 2:15 PM
  • Whispering Springs GC, Fond du Lac, WI

Registration

  • Registration for Assistant Superintendents and staff of WGCSA Members.
  • WGCSA Members other than Assistants or Staff.

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“Managing More Than Turf”

This event is open to ALL Asst. Superintendents and all WGCSA Members and Staff!

8:15 am            Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 am            “Technology for The Everyday Person

Dr. Bill Kreuser, Assistant Professor, Extension Turfgrass Specialist, University of Nebraska

Use technology to your advantage and how can it work for you. 

9:45 am            “Employee Engagement”

                        Bryan Stromme, District Sales Manager, Rain Bird Golf Division

                        Dustin Peterson, Sales Specialist, Rain Bird Golf Division

Keep the good! Listen to how delegating, teaching and investing time may help with strategies for success and setting expectations for your team.

10:30 am          Break

10:40 am          Working the Work/Life Imbalance

                        Garret Luck CGCS, Golf Course Superintendent, Hidden Glen at Bentdale Farms

                        Mike Bremmer, Golf Course Superintendent, Wisconsin Club

                        Ann Luck, General Manager, Milwaukee Country Club

Let’s hear from this group about walking the line between work and life.  Insight on balancing the high demands of the turf industry and a successful home life.

11:30 am          Lunch & Networking (included with registration)

12:30 pm          Managing Turf- Back to Basics

Dr. Jim Kerns, Associate Professor,

Extension Turfgrass of Pathology Specialist, NC State University 

It’s good to remember how you got here.  An overview of turfgrass basics for a successful growing season.

1:15 pm            “Managing the Aftermath”

Dr. Bill Kreuser, Assistant Professor, Extension Turfgrass Specialist, University of Nebraska

Ice/Wind the damage is done.  What can we do to help bounce back and get established.   

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