Chamber University to host networking workshop

July 3, 2012 by  

Kicking things off fairly early with another Chamber University workshop and then following up with a Chamber Rising Professionals Luncheon, the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce has once again made sure that its members have complete access to a well-rounded calendar this month.

According to the calendar, the next Chamber University workshop has been entitled “Networking At and After Events.” No matter what industry a business professional happens to be based in, the importance of having a strong professional network is something that cannot be overlooked. With Ted Robertson and Candy Vanderberg present as guest speakers here, those who want to get a little more bang for their buck when ordering business card printing will be learning exactly how to do so.

In light of the economy, this July 10 presentation is perhaps best described as timely. Beginning at 7:30 am and ending at 9:00 am, this is an event worth considering.

A couple of days after the workshop, Chamber Rising Professionals will be hosting a presentation on “Intergenerational Management” during this month’s Luncheon. As most are already aware, the business world has come to a place where it is not unheard of to have multiple generations represented in a single workplace. Over the course of this luncheon, Dr. Stephen Kirkpatrick of the University of the Rockies is going to be giving his take on what generational differences mean to a company.

Beginning 11:30 am and ending at 1:00 pm, this is a content-filled presentation. With fees ranging from $25 for members to $35 for guests, the costs are certainly within reason.

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