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Mar 01 2014
Published by NACM Business Credit Services and ICEL 
E-News March 2014

In This Issue
- 3 Key Elements
- Personal Workplace Emergency Preparedness
- Nominees for the NACM BCS Board of Directors
- GSCFM - Well Worth the Effort
- CSI Credit: Credit Specialist Investigations
- ICEL Recap - All Things Credit
- ICEL Spotlight:Trina Eyre, BMC
- Mel Huppi Retires

Looking Ahead

Mar 10 - NACM Professional Designation Exams  

Mar 13 - ICEL - True Fiction, espionage, escape and survival. Speaker: Michael Ramsdell, author and former counterintelligence agent. More info 

Mar 28 - Mechanics' Lien Seminar - More info and online registration

Apr 10 - ICEL - Bankruptcy Seminars
ICEL and NACM Present 2 1/2 day bankruptcy seminars with well known NACM Speaker Wanda Borges, Attorney at Law, Borges & Associates, LLC  More info

Apr 25 - Don't Stop Believing! NACM Spring Banquet & Stockholders Meetin More Info 

Jun 8 - 11 NACM National Credit Congress & Expo in Orlando, Florida. More info 

Why should I submit potential members to NACM?"

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3 Key Elements

by D'Ann Johnson, CCE, Roofer's Supply

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a terrific seminar hosted by Kirk Duncan of 3 Key Elements called "Master Your Influence." A preview of this seminar was given by Ann Washburn at the ICEL meeting this past October and offered the attendees a discounted price to attend this seminar. Can I just say it pays to attend ICEL! Read full article   


Personal Workplace Emergency Preparedness

by Melissa Mickelsen, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

Do you ever feel like you're living at your office? Or like you spend more time at work than anywhere else? Well consider this: if there are 251 working days in 2014, and you work 8 hours a day, you'll spend 23% of 2014 at work. That's a significant amount of your time! Read full article   

NACM Board of Directors April Election

NACM Members will again cast electronic votes in the Election of Board Directors this year. On April 1, 2014, the member of record for each NACM Member company will receive an email with an exclusive link to their electronic ballot. You may vote for three (3) of the following six candidates.

Nominees for the NACM Boards of Directors:
Erik Wright, CBF, Spectrum Engineers
Kelly Passey, Plastic Specialties, Inc.
Lynette Jensen, U S Foods
Shanna Smith, CCE, Easton Technical Products
Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.
Whitney Davidson, CBA, Sunroc Building Materials, Inc.

Elections will cease at 9:00 a.m.on April 25, 2014 and new directors will be announced at the Stockholders' Meeting to be held at Gardner Village later that same day. 


GSCFM - Worth the Effort

by Shane Norman, CCE, Wheeler Machinery

Years ago, I was contemplating going back to school to get an MBA degree. While attending a conference, I checked out the presenter's biography. Included was a degree from the NACM Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management (GSCFM). I was intrigued . . .Read full article    

CSI: Credit Specialist Investigations

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc. 

What do you do to get sales on your side to help you as a credit manager?  Read full article     

ICEL Meeting Recap: 

All Things Credit

by Janae Jeffs, CCE, Muir Enterprises

This month's meeting was a panel discussions on "all things credit" which opened the way for a variety of questions and answers. Many types of questions were posed to the panel and each member responded with useful advice and solutions. The questions ranged from "What do you do when your customer tells you I will pay you when I get paid," to salesman vs. the credit dept. The answers were right on the mark . . . Read full article  

ICEL Spotlight:

Trina Eyre, BMC

by Erik Wright, CBF, Spectrum Engineers

At BMC, they have a mantra: "we do whatever it takes to help you get the job done." This month's spotlight, Trina Eyre, a Credit Specialist with BMC, has internalized this motto by taking the initiative to "do whatever it takes" to enhance her skills through enrollment in various NACM and ICEL classes and seminars. She feels that she has greatly benefited from NACM's Boot-Camp and Lien classes as well as participating in ICEL's monthly seminars. Read full article    

Mel Huppi Retires

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

As hard as it may be to envision, retirement is a reality that will eventually come around for all of us (it certainly beats the alternative). One of our own, Mel Huppi, Credit Manager at Deseret Book, will be retiring after working for many years in the field of credit. Read full article