• Taking Care of Business

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    Name: Taking Care of Business
    Date: April 5, 2017
    Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
    Registration: Sorry, online registration for this event is closed. Call us at 919.967.7075 to register!
    Event Description:

    Change Management: Commit Not to Quit
    When we embark on something new, a new business, a new career or changes within a business, we and/or our employees need to learn new skills and develop different behavioral patterns to be successful. But, change is hard and as humans, we are programmed to resist change.
    In this seminar, you will learn a few strategies and tools to help you be successful. Change is not impossible. It’s all about your mindset: your vision for the future, the stories you tell yourself, and your emotional capacity to commit not to quit.

    Lunch is sponsored by Hickory Tavern.

    Speaker: Nicole Olivieri, http://www.e3people.com

    Nicole earned a master’s degree from North Carolina State University (NSCU) in Training and Development, a Talent Management Certified Professional designation from the Institute of Organizational Development and a Six Sigma Greenbelt from NCSU.
    Nicole created and led a best in class talent development program at Quintiles for new clinical research associates.  At the American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), she designed and implemented an impactful leadership development program for mid- to senior-level managers. Nicole helps you maximize your performance and achieve your most challenging goals.

    Taking Care of Business is powered by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce, SCORE Chapel Hill Durham, and the Small Business Response. Join us monthly on the first Wednesday for education topics that give you the tools you need to succeed in your business.

    Follow us on Twitter via @carolinachamber and join the conversation using hashtag #ChamberTCB


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    Hickory Tavern
    370 E. Main Street
    Suite 110
    Carrboro, NC

    Date/Time Information:
    5:30-7:00 p.m., Wednesday, Apr. 5
    Contact Information:
    Nicholas Johnson (919) 357-9989
    TCB is free to attend but registration is required. To register, click on the "Register Now" button to the top left.
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