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Lunch and Learn: Upland – A Bloomington Success Story

A Special Program with Doug Dayhoff, Michele Mattoon, and Jim McKean, for all Bloomington Area Business and Organizational Professionals Click Here To Register Now Lunch and Learn: Upland – A Bloomington Success Story is a special 2 hour interactive live event that will be held April 30th, 2014 from 11am-1pm at the Monroe County History […]

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Lunch and Learn: Fearless Performance!

A Special Program with Jeff Nelsen, Michele Mattoon, and Jim McKean, for all Bloomington Area Business and Organizational Professionals Click Here To Register Now Lunch and Learn: Fearless Performance! is a special 2 hour interactive live event that will be held December 17th, 2013 from 11am-1pm at the Monroe County Public Library in Bloomington, Indiana. […]

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Bloomington Innovation Leaders Converge on Convention Center October 1

On October 1st, 2013, business leaders and entrepreneurs from across Monroe County will be converging on the Convention Center on South College Avenue in Bloomington to participate in the first Innovative Leadership Institute. Topics will revolve around how the changing technology landscape is influencing the manner in which companies market and brand themselves and how […]

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The Innovative Leadership Institute

Click here to register now For Bloomington area Business and Organizational Leaders The Innovative Leadership Institute is a full day event that will be held October 1, 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana from 10am-5pm at the Monroe County Convention Center. The cost to participate is $95. Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Bloomington Monroe County Members will […]

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Authenticity: Without It, Your Business is Doomed

In today’s rapid-fire, ultra-connected, news-travels-fast world, businesses that don’t deliver on promises end up in deep water fast. Companies who operate vastly differently from how they have marketed themselves now find out that word travels fast—and that dishonesty is quickly exposed. Ten to fifteen years ago companies could still operate with one goal in mind: […]

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