The state of American politics in the wake of the mid-term elections will be among the topics addressed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in his keynote address to the CCJ Fall Symposium Nov. 8-10 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Bush led one of the nation’s most populous states for two terms and is a member of a modern American political dynasty.
The theme for this year’s Symposium is “Leading through Change.” Other speakers and panelists will address the economic outlook as it relates to the trucking industry; the trucking industry’s agenda in Washington; the latest on CSA 2010 and other major safety regulatory initiatives; and employee fraud and theft and how to thwart it.
New to the CCJ Fall Symposium this year are breakout workshops led by leading executives in trucking. The workshops will address improving technician skills, leveraging information technology and managing driver health.
Registration for the CCJ Fall Symposium, which will be held at Scottsdale’s InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa, is open only to managers and executives of motor carriers and their guests. The early-bird registration fee of $295 — $150 for spouses and guests – includes full access to all sessions, hotel accommodations, golf or spa activities and all meals and beverages.
To register and to obtain more information on the agenda, accommodations and recreation, go to www.ccjsymposium.com.