By Bestsy Natter
Do you wish you got along better with the people in your office? Do you have trouble understanding the way other people think and go about their work? Are you looking to develop an effective marketing strategy or create a personal financial plan? Well, the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce is holding an event to help business leaders build essential business skills.
Sponsored by the chamber’s Young Professionals Group, The Young Professionals Summit promises information on a variety of topics. The event will be held on Wednesday, June 27, from 8 am to 12:30 pm. Woods Services is hosting the event in their Training Center located off Woods Drive at Rt. 213 in Langhorne, PA 19047.
The Summit’s keynote speaker is Merrick Rosenberg, author of Taking Flight! and The Chameleon. Rosenberg is the developer of Take Flight Learning and the DISC styles. DISC is an acronym for the four styles or groups of traits that describe how people operate and relate to others. Attendees will learn about the styles and how they affect relationships in the workplace with the goal of bringing out the best in each other.
The half-day conference will also include three different breakout sessions with speakers discussing a variety of topics:
- How to Work a Room / Actions Speak Louder than Words: Speaker Sean O’Grady is an award-winning writer, director and communications strategist with Oxford Communications. He works with executive teams to develop and implement content marketing, video production, public relations and social media campaigns.
- Financial Literacy: Certified Financial Planner Joseph Benner CFP, MBA works with his clients to create custom financial plans to build and preserve their wealth. He is a Vice President and Wealth Advisor for Girard Partners.
- Social Media: CEO & Chief Strategic Storyteller of MindShuffle Jessica Federman and her team bring big marketing ideas to small businesses in Bucks County and beyond. It’s Jess’s mission to demystify marketing and help business leaders take an active, informed role in the promotion of their companies.
Cost for a “Summit Pass” is $75 and includes a continental breakfast, time for networking and all the sessions. Registration is available by clicking here and is open to the general public.
Direct any questions to Susan Harkins at (215) 943-7400 or [email protected]