Upcoming Webinar Series Will Cover Sales, Workplace Culture, 3C ‘How to’ Tips

Tallia Hart, ACE

The Association’s 2018 webinar series will offer four diverse topics ranging from workplace culture and sales to 3C “how to” tips and information-gathering best practices.

“After consulting with the members of the Emerging Leaders Council and surveying our W.A.C.E. members that participated in last year’s webinar series, we’re pleased to announce this year’s lineup of provocative webinar topics,” said W.A.C.E. Vice Chair Tallia Hart, ACE, president/CEO of the San Francisco (CA) Chamber.


“Making Work ‘Work’: Employee Engagement and Motivation” will be the focus of the September 19 session.

Joey Blaszczyk, business development manager for the San Francisco (CA) Chamber, and Chris Romer, president/CEO of the Vail Valley (CO) Partnership, will offer tips and techniques for adding value, retaining and motivating staff at your chamber.


On October 17, J.P. Moery, whose association consulting firm—The Moery Company—specializes in membership sales and sponsorship development, will discuss “Sales Strategies and Best Practices,” including how a chamber’s approach to its value proposition, sales processes, tactics and mindset all play into gaining improved sales results.


The November 14 webinar takes a deep dive into “Tips for and ‘How to’ Examples of Being a 3C—Catalyst, Convener and Champion—Chamber.”

Essential programming and messaging will be included in the content presented by Kelly Hall, president of the Longview (TX) Chamber, and Pat Patrick, president/CEO of the Lodi District (CA) Chamber.


“Staying on Point: Gathering Input, Data and Information to Make the Right Decisions and Have Impact as a 3C Chamber” will wrap up the series on December 5.

Katie Simmons, president/CEO of the Chico (CA) Chamber, and W.A.C.E. President and CEO Dave Kilby will take you on a journey around the West outlining a number of ways that chambers can gather ideas to help them tackle the key issues and causes to help businesses grow and communities thrive.

More Information

Each webinar will be an hour long and will be presented from 10 a.m.–11 a.m. (Pacific Time).

Signing up for the entire webinar series is the best value and offers significant savings.

The deadline for the webinar package price is September 7 at noon.

Registration information is available in this issue of Insider and on the W.A.C.E. website at www.waceonline.com.