Sandra McDowell speaks at networking lunch

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce invites you to fall back into business focus at a networking lunch.

After enjoying such a glorious summer, the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce invites you to fall back into business focus at a networking lunch.

Special guest speaker Sandra McDowell, vice-president of communication and culture at First Credit Union and Insurance in  Powell River will give a 30-minute presentation on Best Practices of Effective Leadership: Developing Self and Others.

In addition to enjoying a buffet lunch and an opportunity to network, learn about the Legacy Leadership model and the Five Best Practices technique that are based on leaders developing other leaders for the lasting impact of organizational effectiveness and sustainability.

As with all Chamber events, attendees are encouraged to bring door prizes prizes (with their business cards attached), to be sure to wear professional name tags, and to bring plenty of business cards as this is a great opportunity to network.

The September Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn presentation runs Sept. 26 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Westerly Hotel in Courtenay.

Pre-registration is required at http://www.comoxvalleychamber.com/events.

— Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce

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