NSO President Brad Darjean welcomed more than 250 participants to the Retreat by letting them know they will be experiencing NSO’s signature event.
“This is an opportunity to get together as peers to meet, learn, share ideas and celebrate their union,” Darjean said. “The training is provided by fellow union brothers and sisters and gives members the skills to deal with the challenges they face.”
The Retreat is featuring 22 new sessions on topics such as crisis communications, generational diversity, and unionism.
Another first is the use of online session evaluations instead of paper ones. Because NSO is now using CVent, an online event registration program, participants will be receiving personalized evaluations to complete after the Retreat is over.