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How can an organization ensure it has enough people with personal leadership capabilities to provide organizational leadership now and in the future? Leadership MASTERS is a new signature Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce program that uniquely fills this need for our community. Growing organizations need every employee to lead effectively from their respective positions in order to grow and remain financially viable. These same organizations often prefer to "promote from within", yet few have any formal structure and process in place to effectively develop leaders for succession, even when current senior leaders are retiring within six months to five years. The current and future prosperity of our local area and each organization in it is linked to the quality of our leaders and the results produced by the people they lead. Unlike other Chamber leadership programs, Leadership Masters involves intensive character and results-based coaching, collaborative learning, and training to develop "bench strength" of future leaders within local businesses, non-profits, and government entities -- influencers at all career stages capable of leading others to produce desired organizational results. Facilitated by a highly experienced executive coach, the program agenda is the product of the individual participant, his/her organization and/or business unit -- your business strategy, your plan, your goals. See also the Leadership Masters Whitepaper.
How can an organization ensure it has enough people with personal leadership capabilities to provide organizational leadership now and in the future? Leadership Masters is a new signature Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce program that uniquely fills this need for our community. Leadership Masters provides intensive character and results-based coaching, collaborative learning, and training to develop "bench strength" of future leaders within local businesses, non-profits, and government entities -- influencers at all career stages capable of leading others to produce desired organizational results. See also the Leadership Masters Executive Summary.
This document outlines the specifics of how the Daytona Regional Chamber pays commission to the Membership Director.
To ensure regular development of Chamber employees in order to enhance professional development and job-related skills through external education programs and conferences, the Chamber provides payment for the training and time off with pay to attend training activities approved by management. In addition, employees may be asked to attend conferences and training forums as participants or presenters.
Vail Valley News & Views is the Chamber's weekly newsletter that keeps you up to date with Vail Valley Partnership and their members. This issue features an article about the 11th annual workforce survey and information about events and programs, including workplace wellness, Vail Valley business forum, foot golf tournament for kids, and more.
This document contains the eleventh annual workforce survey conducted by Vail Valley Partnership/Vail Valley Economic Development. Results will be used to help local businesses and governments better understand the status of the local economy and help improve related decision-making.
Business After Hours provide an opportunity for Chamber members to meet, trade ideas, and develop new business contacts and provide the Host with an opportunity to introduce its company to other Chamber members. This form outlines the terms of hosting an event, including format, entertainment, facility requirements, insurance requirements (the hosting business must provide the Chamber with a Certificate of Insurance naming the Chamber as additional insured), host/sponsor responsibilities, and Chamber responsibilities.
The 2015 Wage and Benefits Survey of the Charleston region is a study of benefit and compensation practices among employers in the three county Charleston region (Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester). The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce's Center for Business Research conducted the survey during the fall of 2015.
This publication includes information about the types of job openings received and the starting wages listed with offices of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD). The report that follows summarizes the listings received from employers for the twelve-month period and the geographic area specified on the front of this publication.
This publication provides useful information about the Durango Chamber and the city of Durango for those considering moving to the area. Covers vital information on population, employment, and income; the local economy; financial institutions; housing; utilities and media; transportation; education; active seniors; health care; and shopping.