April 12th sees chamber ‘Make a Difference’

April 4, 2012 by  

With workshops and networking opportunities being made available to prospects, business owners have a fair amount of options available to them through the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce.

The activity begins on the 12th, with the next part of the chamber’s “People Make the Difference” series taking place. Starting at 8:30am and expected to continue up until 10:00am, the title of this presentation is “Generations in the Workforce”. As most business owners and managers have likely already seen, the age and generational differences can and often do have a major impact on workplace dynamics.

According to the chamber’s website, Larry Diana of Express Employment Professionals will be explaining the identifying features of the four main generations that are likely to be seen, and outlining a few of the ways that administrators can keep things running smoothly despite the different viewpoints represented by workers.

Later on the same day, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce is going to be holding both a Business After Hours event and a Member Orientation. Established members have the option of bringing their business card printing along and strengthening those personal connections.

At the same time, those who want to work with the chamber to learn more about how to get more out of networking and marketing have the option of doing so. Between regular events like Business After Hours and the sponsorship packages that often become available, there’s nothing stopping businesses from getting more done as a part of the chamber.

Business owners have plenty of resources at their disposal this April.