MU Extension events calendar
Professional development events
- Aug. 3 to 4, 2016
Midwest Boar Stud Managers Conference V - 2016
- Aug. 19 to 20, 2016
26th Annual Caring for the Frail Elderly Conference
- Aug. 26 to 27, 2016
Ellis Fischel Cancer Symposium: Current Perspectives in Multi-Disciplinary Cancer Care
- Sept. 6 to 7, 2016
Agribusiness & Policy Symposium
- Sept. 15, 2016
4th Annual James and Nancy Cassidy Rheumatology Symposium
- Sept. 15, 2016
19th Annual Conference for Office and Clinic Nurses and Office Support Staff
- Sept. 26 to 30, 2016
Community Development Academy-Courses 1 and 3 Fall 2016
- Sept. 26 to 27, 2016
- Sept. 30 to Oct. 1, 2016
12th Annual Health Ethics - DigiHealth 2016: Health Ethics and Storytelling in a Digital Age
- Oct. 2 to 7, 2016
17th International Congress on Neutron Capture Therapy 2016
- Oct. 13, 2016
Missouri Tech Expo 2016
- Oct. 14 to 15, 2016
23rd Perioperative Clinical Update
- Oct. 27, 2016
2nd Perinatal Conference
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
How to Control Cash Flow (Session 8 of 8)
When: Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 9 a.m. to noon
Robert W. Plaster Center for Free Enterprise and Business Development
405 N Jefferson Ave, Springfield MO map...
In this second class of the financial management series, we'll take a close look at where cash comes from in a small business, where it's used in day-to-day operations and how to identify and correct cash flow problems. You'll be able to identify key information on cash flow statements and be able to follow the path of cash as it travels through your company. You'll identify cash flow strategies to use in your organization. You'll become familiar with the sources and uses of cash, ratios and the most common "gobblers" of cash in any business. This isn't theory - it's practical application for real businesses - like yours! more...
Look at where cash comes from in a small business, where it's used in day-to-day operations and how to identify and correct cash flow problems. You'll be able to identify key information on cash flow statements and track cash through your company.
Visit www.sbtdc.missouristate.edu or call 417-837-2617 more...
$109.00 per person or $297.00 for the series of three Financial Management seminars.
Starting a Business: The First Steps
When: Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
4675 N Gretna Rd, Branson MO map...
Each year the U.S. Small Business Administration takes the opportunity to highlight the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs and small business owners through National Small Business Week. This year, University of Missouri Extension, Taney County SBTDC and the Taney County Partnership will host two events to celebrate Small Business Week in the Branson area engaging the small business community and helping local entrepreneurs start and manage their businesses successfully. Starting a Business: The First Step is designed specifically for those who are thinking about a new business venture. Successful entrepreneur, Stephanie Barney of Lightspeed Electrical Services, will be on hand to share her experiences overcoming challenges small businesses face. Come hear how she creates a SPARK for business success!
First workshop celebrating National Small Business Week in the Branson area.
Pre-registration is requested through eventbrite at:
For additional workshop information contact the Taney County Extension Office at 417-546-4431. more...
FREE to any Taney County resident or Taney County business, underwritten by the Taney County Partnership.
Chronic Disease Self-Management -- Springfield (Session 6 of 6)
When: Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
CoxHealth Surgery Center, Springfield
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) is a community-based program which assists participants in maintaining quality of life when faced with chronic medical conditions. The CDSMP is provided in two and a half hour sessions, once a week for six weeks, in community settings (e.g. senior centers, churches, libraries). People with different chronic health problems attend together. Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom deal with chronic diseases themselves. Subjects covered include: 1) techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain and isolation, 2) appropriate exercise for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility, and endurance, 3) appropriate use of medications, 4) communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals, 5) nutrition, and 6) how to evaluate new treatments. Classes are highly participative, where mutual support and success build the participants' confidence in their ability to manage their health and maintain active and fulfilling lives.
Session six: Using your mind to manage symptoms; Making an action plan; problem solving; working with your health care professional and system; weight management; future plans