New NAHB IBS Webinar Series Launches May 17

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NAHB is launching a new IBS Education webinar series featuring the most popular speakers from the International Builders’ Show.

These free, monthly webinars will explore current industry trends, topics, and best practices that impact home builders’ businesses. 

Check out the lineup for upcoming webinars. More will be added later in the year.

A Generational Crossroads: Talent Attraction & Workforce Retention in 2023 & Beyond
May 17, 1–1:30 p.m.

Talent attraction and retention are more important than ever, and successful teams must attract talent from all generations. Combining key takeaways from his standing-room-only IBS 2023 session with new insights on company culture and talent management, Steve Bench, founder of Generational Consulting, will share essential strategies for securing your workforce of the future. 

A proud millennial himself, Bench will offer the perspective of young professionals and what they want from their employers. Learn ways to engage boomer and Gen X leadership to create a work culture that is attractive to young professionals. And gain management strategies you can use immediately to engage millennial and Gen Z talent, and keep them from leaving.

Register now.

How ChatGPT, AI & Automation Are Changing Home Building Now
June 21, 1–1:30 p.m.

These days, it seems you can’t read the news or scroll through your social feeds without seeing something about ChatGPT. And with home building being a relatively hands-on profession, it may be tempting to assume AI and automation won’t impact our industry or our businesses. Think again! 

In this webinar, industry AI innovator and IBS speaking favorite, Bassam Salem, founder and team coach of AtlasRTX, leads a conversation exploring the short- and long-term impacts of these emerging technologies on labor, construction, sales and marketing and more. 

Register now.

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