As a business owner, you know the value of having an environment that encourages employees and the importance of building on individual strengths. Our presenter this month, Mark Warren of Mark Warren Associates, will be presenting “Leadership in Your Business Utilizing Your Strengths (OR – Don’t be Trapped by Your Weaknesses)”
Mark will be presenting excellent material to help us in business leadership and setting the pace for our workplaces. He will be addressing orchestrating the work environment to help employees work together towards a common goal with appreciation for individual strengths and personalities. This will be of great value for all business leaders even if you are a sole proprietor – it’s all about knowing yourself and your limitations and getting the right kind of systems in place to create your best business atmosphere. This is helpful in all our relationships.
Our Monthly Chamber Lunch for April will be held Tuesday, April 16 from 11:30 – 1:00. This month we will be meeting at the American Legion Post 68, 4580 Legion Drive, Birch Bay, WA. Post 68 is located across from North Whatcom Fire & Rescue . The American Legion will be providing the food for our luncheon, and there will be a choice of foods. Cost will be $10.00 per person.RSVP is appreciated but not required – leave message with Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center Phone 371-5004 or by email email@example.com.
A little more about our speaker Mark Warren – Mark is the owner of Mark Warren Associates, a coaching and training company. MWA offers a variety of career transition coaching, career and life coaching, corporate training, business and organization consulting services. Mark specializes in professional career transition coaching and helping people discover and pursue their personal life callings. Mark is known as “The Calling Coach,” and is absolutely passionate and committed to helping others identify and fulfill their unique, personal callings in life. Mark is also an Adjunct Faculty Instructor in the Leadership Program at Trinity Western University.