Small Business Professional Development Breakfast: Making the Most of Your One-on-Ones
As a small business owner, you’ve probably had business meeting to connect businesses or to build your network. Join as at the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Development Breakfast to hear from Kasey Hammock with Partners for Better. Kasey will be presenting about MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ONE-ON-ONES. This is a great topic for anyone to attend. Breakfast will be provided, we hope to see you there.
Brief Description of Presentation: Have you ever been in a meeting and thought, wow this could’ve been an email? Wonder how you can make your one-on-one meetings more effective? Then look no further. In this session we will discuss how you can use your power and some basic behavioral economics to have more productive, impactful meetings.
Full Description of Presentation: small businesses have a lot on their plates. They do innovative, mind blowing work every single day. Too often their important work and amazing ideas get lost in translation and progress on critical issues is slowed. The major problem? Ineffective meetings that waste everyone's time, energy, and resources. It’s time to change that.
This presentation will present basic behavioral economic concepts and effective communication strategies so participants can better understand the foundations that every human comes to the table with. From there, we will present a highly effective framework for meetings that can be used whether you’re the lead or just a participant. It’s most useful for one-on-one meetings but can be used for group settings as well.
Participants will leave understanding how to leverage their strengths and power to influence the outcomes of a meeting. This will help individuals have better meetings that can create faster, more powerful change in our communities.
Intended Audience: This presentation is for anyone who wants to use their strengths to have better meetings and reach goals faster.
Participants will learn: What is Behavioral economics and why we make the decisions we do A brief overview of effective communication A framework for effective meetings How you can influence the usefulness of a meeting no matter what role you have
Audience Engagement: During the course of the presentation the audience will use a strengths based framework to create an action plan they can use at their organization. They will walk away with a framework that leverages communication strengths and behavioral economics to have highly effective meetings.
Thank you to all our sponsors
Gold ; Accounting Plus, INC., Elevato, MAAD Creative, LLC., ACA Business Club; Location Sponsor: 404 Portland Event Center