Clive Chamber of Commerce recently issued the following announcement.
Date: Wednesday Oct 23, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
11:30 am to Noon - Networking
Noon to 1 pm - Simulcast presentation
Location: Natural Grocers
Address: 8650 Hickman Road Clive IA 50325
This is event is no cost. Please feel free to bring your lunch or pick something up at Natural Grocers.
RSVP is required to reserve your seat.
Simulcast Lunch & Learn - Top Five Ti.
The Clive Chamber will simulcast this live presentation.
This Top Five series will feature experts in human resources, marketing, accounting, IT and others. They will introduce five things on certain topic that will help you be successful in your small business.
In this session you will learn:
*How to define culture. What it is and what it is not.
*Culture is your primary competitive advantage.
*How to develop a culture.
*The importance of culture and recruiting.
*The role of the CEO/President.
*How to maintain a culture.
*Long term benefits.
Kurt Pearson is the founder of Compass Financial Services. Kurt grew up as a small-town farm boy near Knoxville, Iowa. He attended UNI and graduated with a communications/business BA in 1983.
After seven years in the financial publishing field, Kurt moved to West Des Moines in 1990 with his wife Sandra and their four children.
Over the past three decades Kurt has been involved with leading numerous groups. He has served on the West Des Moines Chamber Board and as president for the West Des Moines Development Corporation. The College for Financial Planning bestowed the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ designation to Kurt in 1994, and in 1997 Kurt was accepted into the Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute.
Kurt is well-known in central Iowa for his regular appearances on KCCI-NewsChannel 8, offering sound advice, calm perspectives and reassuring insight on various financial topics over the past 22 years. Kurt is a pilgrim who enjoys writing and he published his first book, Coram Deo in 2005. In recent days he has begun work on a second book which he hopes will present the depth and insightful perspectives of what he has learned from 22 years of listening to the wants, needs, desires, stories and life lessons of people he has encountered in the financial industry.
In his spare time you can find Kurt doing a prairie grass burn, hugging that special oak tree or introducing his grandchildren to the wonders of creation.
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