Business Networking Luncheon - Management Lessons I Learned From My Children

Business Networking Luncheon - Management Lessons I Learned From My Children

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Navigating a business is a challenge these days, and a business owner or manager can wear many hats. Managing personnel is important and can have a huge impact on your business.

In this Business Networking Luncheon, Marlin Smith, founder of Mandrake HR Consulting, LLC, uses humor and valuable life lessons he learned raising three small children to address several of the challenges that come with managing people, as well as some of the common missteps that supervisors/managers make. Fast-paced, and packed with great lessons, this session is ideal for employees in leadership roles.

Attendees will leave with workplace takeaways to increase engagement and strengthen their leadership capabilities. Key learning objectives include:
Creating safe space for learning opportunities
Protecting and supporting your employees
Modeling appropriate behavior as a leader
Who should attend? Business owners or managers, HR professionals (including those who coach supervisors and managers), new supervisors/managers, as well as those who aspire to be leaders.

Come have lunch with your Chamber, make some connections, and learn information to help you assist your personnel throughout the year!

Catering provided by Creative Food Concepts

$15 - Early Bird Member - 4/3/19
$18 - Regular Member - After 11:30 a.m. on 4/3/19
$25 – Non-Member
$50 - Table Display (none available) SOLD OUT
(Showcase your business - includes 1/2 of a 6' table for display & lunch for one)
Registration Ends 4/12/19
Cancellation policy: If you are unable to attend, you must cancel your reservation at least 48 hours prior to the event, to avoid being charged. You may send an appropriate substitute when necessary; advance notice of substitution is appreciated, but not required.

Tags: business, chamber, networking, business networking, luncheon, union county chamber of commerce, monroe

Event Details

Date: April 17, 2019
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm

Union County Chamber of Commerce Office
903 Skyway Dr.
Monroe NC 28110

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