2018 Webinar Series

All webinars are from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. (Pacific)

Wednesday, September 19th —“Making Work, ‘Work’: Employee Engagement and Motivation”
Burnout is a threat for all teams. Employees and management are happier, if they work in a positive and enjoyable workplace. Learn how to make work “work” with tips and techniques on adding value, retaining & motivating staff at your chamber. Learn how contributing to an organization’s success builds a better culture.
Presenters: Joey Blaszczyk, San Francisco (CA) Chamber & Chris Romer, Vail Valley (CO) Partnership

Wednesday, October 17th —“Sales Strategies and Best Practices”
Today’s membership prospects are unlikely to join due to obligation. Potential sponsors won’t write you a check just to see their company’s name on a sign. A chamber’s approach to its value proposition and sales process must change in order to gain improved results. Strategies, tactics and the mindset needed to raise big sponsorship and membership dollars will be shared by J.P. Moery, whose
Washington, D.C. – area association consulting firm specializes in membership sales and sponsorship development.
Presenter: J.P. Moery, The Moery Company

Wednesday, November 14th —“Tips for and ‘How to’ Examples of Being a 3C - Catalyst, Convener & Champion - Chamber”
So what exactly is the difference between a 3C Chamber and a 3P (parties, parades & pageants) Chamber? What new messaging is being used by Chambers to help them explain and embrace the 3Cs? Are there common and essential programs that are emphasized by Chambers using the 3Cs? The answers to these questions and more will be the focus of this webinar.
Presenters: Kelly Hall, Longview (TX) Chamber & Pat Patrick, Lodi District (CA) Chamber

Wednesday, December 5th —“Staying on Point: Gathering Input, Data and Information to Make the Right Decisions and Have Impact as a 3C Chamber”
Information is power. This webinar will focus on numerous ways that chambers can gather information, ideas, opinions and data, from their members and other stakeholders, to help them focus on key issues and causes that must be tackled to help businesses grow and communities thrive.
Presenters: Katie Simmons, Chico (CA) Chamber & Dave Kilby, W.A.C.E. & CalChamber

Registration Fees:

Entire Series  $180 members/$330 non-members  (Deadline: 9/7/2018 @ 12 p.m.)

Individual Webinars: $110 members/ $150 non-members

**A $10 late fee will be charged for any registrations made within 10 working days of the webinar.


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