Many thanks to all that registered for the 2019-2020 Leadership Institute Program! We’re looking forward to another year immersed in leadership development with many unique opportunities a part of this exciting 10 month program.
The 2nd Annual Fall Business Conference, scheduled for Wednesday, September 18th, is just around the corner. This one-day conference includes two keynote presentations, nine breakout sessions, exhibitor tables, mayoral updates, and continental breakfast/lunch. Our keynote presenters include Scott Miller, Executive VP of Thought Leadership and a best-selling Author with Franklin Covey and Lt. Governor Spencer Cox. Breakouts include topics such as Why Tax Reform Now, Importance of Diversity – Strength of the Organization and Impact to Bottom Line, Talent Recruitment/Retention – Shifting Workplace Expectations and more. Additional information is available athttps://chamberwest.com/events/details/annual-fall-business-conference-697 .
As a reminder the nominations for our Board of Directors for 2020-2022 will close on September 1st. As you consider this opportunity, please take a few minutes and fill out the nomination form and return to the Chamber office.
Other upcoming program highlights with additional information provided in the newsletterinclude:
- To learn tips to grow and advance, be inspired, and gain confidence in your ability to succeed, register today for the September 10th Women in Business Professional Development Luncheon;
- If networking is your thing, make sure you attend Business Connections with the first Wednesday of the month scheduled from 3:30 – 5:00 pm and the third Wednesday from 8:30-10:00 am;
- Save the date for ChamberWest Professional Development Luncheonscheduled for Thursday, October 24th from 11:30 – 1:00 pm to hear from Major General Jeffery S. Burton, The Adjutant General, Utah National Guard.
Thank you for your continued investment in ChamberWest! We value your membership, your involvement, and your insights. Please reach out to us with any recommendations on programs or communications or if you need any information. Thanks much!
Barbara S. Riddle, CMP