Regional Mentoring Morning for Women, Hosted by the Urbandale, Johnston and Grimes Chambers of Commerce
Name: Regional Mentoring Morning for Women, Hosted by the Urbandale, Johnston and Grimes Chambers of Commerce
Date: April 18, 2019
Time: 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Grimes, Johnston and Urbandale Chambers combine to bring you the 2019 Regional Mentoring Event for Women
|Meet our Mentors!|
|Cathy Belmont, Director of Training Operations | ATW Training Solutions|
|Dealing with Personal Change
At work and away, we are bombarded by change. It is easy to feel overwhelmed and not at your best. Did you know our human biology is actually wired to resist change? In this mentoring round, we'll discuss how to increase your change adaptability and change resilience.
Recognize all change is not created equal, and identify 4 main types of change
Identify the four brain structures activated by change.
Explore strategies to thrive during a change in your life.
|Micholyn Fajen, President | Fajen Marketing|
|Uncover the Soul of Your Brand & Translate it to Customers and Your Reputations
Everything you do is branding. How you interact with clients, the messaging you use, your images and even the emotion you inspire through your products and services. Today's consumers see through the static marketing clutter and they are hungry to discover the genuine character of your brand before buying.
This session will offer powerful methods to
Define the Soul of your brand
Provide direction on building your message and marketing materials
Share tools to manage your brand's reputation
|Jolene Goodman, Vice President | Big Green Umbrella|
|7 Key Elements To Become a Master Networker and Grow Your Business
Growing your business (your contacts) is done through several methods, but an important one is networking. Are you doing the basics? Could you make some tweaks and be more effective? Is networking and attending events worth your time? Learn these 7 Key Elements and apply them to your job tomorrow!
3 THINGS TO THINK ABOUT PRIOR TO OUR MENTOR SESSION
What are the goals you have set to help you succeed in your current position?
What extra things are you doing every day to make you better?
How have you helped someone else today?
|Cynthia Letsch, Attorney | Letsch Law Firm|
|The Law and How it Can Effect Your Business
Things to Consider
Why do I need a formal business structure and how do I maintain it?
What do I want to happen to my business if I were to become incapacitated or die?
If I have a home-based business, must I comply with the door-to-door sales act?
|Jackie Norris, President, and CEO | Goodwill of Central Iowa|
|Dear Mentor, I think it's time we see other people.
Finding a mentor is important as you grow your career but this is one relationship that doesn't need to last forever. We are constantly developing and growing as women and professionals and the things we look for in a mentor will change over time. I want to discuss the importance of situational mentorship, ensuring you have a number of mentors to lean on for a variety of issues impacting you and your career.
3 Things Attendees Can Take Away from the Session
How to determine if a mentor is still bringing value to you and your career
Discover the importance of situational mentorship and discuss successful examples
How to develop purposeful mentoring relationships - and how to bring them to an end
|Joan Warren, Owner | Cooking by J Personal Chef Service|
|Grow Your Business Through Your Local Chamber of Commerce
I will show you the benefits of belonging to a Chamber of Commerce and how you can grow your business with membership.
Things to Think About Prior to Our Session
Are you willing/able to put the time into an active Chamber member?
Who would be your target members for your business growth?
Do you want to grow your business through networking opportunities?