October 15, 2013
CEOs: are you doing everything you can for your business?
When you're busy running a business, it's easy to forget to run yourself. Between hiring, finances, marketing, and sales, you may often think of training your employees - but not yourself. This month, the Chamber is offering two programs to help solve that problem:
Wednesday, October 23: The CEO Checklist for Growth
Every business owner understands that hard work can only get your firm to a certain level - if you are seeking a path to grow your company further and wish you had a blueprint for success, don't miss this workshop delivered by two successful local business owners.
John Kirsch: CEO and Managing Director of Kirsch CPA, LLC
John will take you through the mental process of preparing yourself for growth and assessing what skills you must have to get where you want to go. He will provide you with the essential steps for executing your growth plan, gaining buy-in, creating alignment between individual and organizational goals, and measurement tools that make an impact.
Tony Cole: CEO and President of Anthony Cole Training Group
Tony will help you create a culture of sales by implementing the disciplined leadership skills that will set standards, motivate your team, and coach skill development with a continual focus on upgrading your sales force. He will share the seven very specific habits of successful sales teams so you can implement the best tactics possible at your company.
Business owners and CEOs will leave this workshop with a very specific checklist for growth that provides a blueprint to help you kickstart your 2014 success plan. Register now.
Wednesday, October 30: The CEO Roundtable Executive Preview
The Executive Preview is an opportunity for CEOs to learn more about the CEO Roundtable program and to network and hear from top business leaders sharing their thoughts and opinions on current issues in the Cincinnati USA business community.
This month's preview features Zachary Green, President & Founder, MN8-Foxfire
Zach Green is responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the MN8-Foxfire, an innovative company developing breakthrough illumination safety products for firefighters and industrial safety workers. In 2010, Green was working in the pharmaceutical industry and serving as a volunteer firefighter when he discovered a way to apply advanced photoluminescent technologies to firefighting products. He founded MN8-Foxfire with the desire to offer these products that would keep workers safe in industries that have the possibilities of dangerous accidents. When Green launched the company, he was selling Foxfire products out of the back of his car; under his leadership, MN8-Foxfire's customer base expanded to more than 40,000 firefighters in 25 countries in the first 18 months of operation. Today, MN8-Foxfire continues to expand with the introduction of new product lines.
Join fellow business leaders to hear from Zach about his company's successes, network with other area CEOs, and get a preview of what you could learn from the CEO Roundtable program. Register today.
The CEO Roundtable Executive Preview is presented by: