The Women’s Council programming for 2017 will take the feminine concept of “bossiness” to a new dimension.
In a session designed specifically with women in mind, and sure to be informative, the first quarterly meeting on Feb. 27 will focus on how to “Be the Boss of Your Health.”
“It is essential that women take charge of their own bodies and learn how they can maximize their personal health,” Ann Marie Brewer, chairman of the Women’s Council steering committee, said.
Drs. Brenda Snowman and Janet Coombs will address this topic at the Women’s Council luncheon on Monday, Feb. 27, at noon. They will discuss issues unique to women and then allow time for questions and answers. For more information, click here.
Customer service expert Bill Drury will return to the Chamber of Commerce on March 7 to present a seminar titled A Passion for Service® “How to Win Customers and Reduce Lost Sales.”
This will be Drury’s third presentation locally. He has proven to be one of the most effective and entertaining speakers in the industry.
“We have had positive feedback about this program every time Bill has presented for us,” Bernadette Douglas, executive vice president, reported. “Because small businesses are the foundation of our membership base, we wanted to bring him back to present another action-packed, half-day seminar with proven strategies and techniques to help everyone in the company win customers and reduce lost sales.”
For more information about the seminar, click here.
Nestled in the heart of the Ocoee Region in Southeast Tennessee lies Cleveland/Bradley County, Tennessee. Here a small-city feeling mixes with progressive business, excellent medical, educational and cultural facilities, and thriving industry to create an ideal place to live, work, raise a family and even retire. The community offers a seasonal climate, major transportation advantages, a diversified economy, traditional family values and a natural playground set against a picturesque backdrop. What more could you want?