Only a few weeks remain to register for the association’s popular four-part webinar series that is slated for monthly in September—December.
The webinars will be held on the first Wednesday of the month and last for 1 hour beginning at 10 a.m. (Pacific). Below are the dates, topics, brief descriptions and presenters for the 2022 series. Each webinar will also feature a reaction panel of chamber leaders.
• September 14 – Your Message Matters: As your chamber evolves to serve your business community as a catalyst, convener and champion, your words matter. In this session, you will dig deep into the types of messages, information and data that will excite and engage your members. Presenter: Sean Mikula, Founder & CEO, Power 10.
• October 5 – Setting Healthy Boundaries and Managing Stress: As a membership organization, it can be challenging to balance member needs and your personal and organizational capacity. In this session, you will learn practical tips to help you find a better balance. Presenters: Jefferson Center for Mental Wellness Instructors.
• November 2 – Change is Hard: Chambers have the opportunity to lead by example in deploying a results-oriented approach to change within your organization and community. In this session, you’ll build your change leadership competence and learn frameworks for navigating internal and external change. Presenter: Pablo Otaola, Thriving Culture LLC.
• December 1 – Innovative Ideas to Consider: One of the many perks of the chamber industry is we can practice R&D (rip off and duplicate) to ensure we are providing innovative programming and resources in our communities. This webinar will expose you to a number of game-changing programs and resources that are worth copying! Presenters to be announced.
Register for the entire series by September 6 for $150 for W.A.C.E. members or $300 for non-members. Registration for individual webinars is $60 for members/$120 for non-members. Register here.
Thanks to the W.A.C.E. Foundation, a limited amount of financial assistance is available to W.A.C.E. members. Contact Dave Kilby at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 930-1202 to inquire.