Chamber launches business mini-academy

Chamber launches business mini-academy

  • Tuesday, October 24, 2017 7:50pm
  • Business

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is offering an eight-month mini business academy to local businesses, as part of its commitment helping the business community thrive. This mini-academy, led by Earl Bell, is designed for business owners and leaders interested in learning how to grow their company in a focused, flexible and supportive environment.

Earl Bell is a business expert, success coach and trainer for company owners, leaders and organizations. He is the author of Winning in Baseball and Business, Transforming Little League Principles into Major League Profits for Your Company. Earl is a member of the National Speakers Association, Immediate Past President of National Speakers Association Northwest Chapter and board member at the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce.

The mini-academy is sequentially designed and comprised of eight monthly workshops; each session followed-up with a group coaching call. Sessions are 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Snoqualmie City Hall on the third Thursday of the month. The next session will be Nov. 16.

Sessions will cover: How to create your company vision and define your destiny (October and November); How to increase your company’s revenue and profit (December and January); How to build high performance teams (February and March); and How to win in the game of business and have fun (April and May).

Tuition is free for chamber members and $97 per workshop for non-chamber members. Advance registration is required, at www.snovalley.org.

Bring your lunch and plan to be an active participant at these working sessions.


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