Quick Contact

Are you missing valuable credit information on those you deal with?

Find out what information is available. Just complete the form below and we will contact you.




Re-Type Code:

Refer Potential Members

Why should I submit potential members to NACM?

Are you tired of dealing with
credit reference requests?

Direct the requesting company info to NACM. As a member they will have access to our reports. You will get fewer credit reference requests and their information will be added to your NACM reports.

Connect With Us


< back to Events Calendar
Nov 08 2018
ICEL - How to Turn High Potential into High Performance
Next Meeting - Thursday, November 8, 2018

How to Turn High Potential into High Performance

What good is potential if you don't live up to it?

In a recent survey, 70% of managers said they have at least one high-potential employee (HIPO) at risk of getting let go. Why? Because HIPOs fail to "stay focused."

But HIPOs miss the mark not because they're inattentive, but because their productivity habits are at capacity.

The good news is that just a few skills can upgrade a persons productivity system to allow for improved focus and performance-and less stress.

Whether you manage a struggling HIPO or struggle to stay on top of commitments and projects yourself, Emily Gregory of VitalSmarts will show you the skills needed to get more done with less stress.

Emily Gregory, M.D., is the Vice President of Development at VitalSmarts and a dynamic speaker and consultant. For more than a decade she has helped organizations achieve new levels of success, including Intel, Yahoo, and the Mayo Clinic. Emily received a Medical Doctorate degree from the University of Utah and a Masters of Business Administration from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. Her work centers on identifying and leveraging behaviors crucial to effective living and leading.

11:45 am - 1:15 pm
Hotel RL (Formerly Red Lion Hotel), 161 W 600 S, SLC, UT
$20 ICEL Members
non-ICEL Member Guests $30

RSVP Lisa Keller via email or 801.433.6129

Reservations are firm unless cancelled 24 hours prior to the meeting.