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Cobb Chamber, KSU to Offer Webinars on COVID-19 Business Recovery and Leadership

March 27, 2020

The Cobb Chamber is addressing the difficulties in navigating a post-pandemic business climate through a “How To: Business Recovery from COVID-19” webinar Tuesday, March 31, at 10:30 a.m. The webinar is free for anyone to attend.

Register HERE

The College of Professional Education at Kennesaw State University, in collaboration with the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, is pleased to offer a new Webinar Wednesday Series on Leadership Excellence Wednesday, April 1, at 11:30 a.m. This 8 part Leadership Excellence Series is modeled after KSU’s award winning Executive Leadership program, and covers the 8 Roles of a Leader. Register for one or all!

Register HERE

More about the Business Recovery from COVID-19 Webinar

Guided by business experts and community leaders, the webinar will walk business owners through the resources available for small and large businesses, including navigating the Small Business Administration (SBA) loan application process, the federal stimulus CARES act, the Cobb Chamber’s strategy and resources to help businesses during and after this time, and an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.

Speakers for the “How To: Business Recovery from COVID-19” webinar will include, John Loud, Cobb Chamber Chairman and President of LOUD Security Systems; Sharon Mason, Cobb Chamber President & CEO; Drew Tonsmeire, Georgia Small Business Development Center Area Director; and Sam Fuchs, CEO of Blue Yonder.

More about the Webinar Wednesday Series on Leadership Excellence

Participate in a minimum of 7 of the 8 webinars and you will earn a Digital Badge in Leadership Excellence from Kennesaw State University.

  • Leader as Communicator (April 1st): Communicate with Empathy, Ask Great Questions, Listen with Excellence, and Present Inspiring Ideas
  • Leader as Coach (April 8th): Coach for Performance, Coach for Development, Coach for Solutions, and Coach to Resolve Conflicts
  • Leader as Innovator (April 15th): Understand Innovation, Build a Culture of Innovation, and Develop Your Company’s Innovation Playbook
  • Leader as Change Agent (April 22nd): Create Change Readiness, Lead Positive Change, and Navigate the 7-Step Change Process
  • Leader as Director (April 29th): Develop and Communicate an Inspiring Vision, Set Strategic SMART Goals, and Delegate Effectively
  • Leader as Producer (May 6th): Design Processes that Drive Productivity, Attract and Retain “A” Players, and Manage Time and Stress
  • Leader as Coordinator (May 13th): Define and Scope Projects, Build Schedules and Budgets, and Effectively Communicate with Stakeholders
  • Leader as Monitor (May 20th): Monitor Core Processes, Make Better Decisions, and Drive Continuous Improvement Using Data Analytics

There is no cost for either event, and Chamber members and non-members are welcome to attend.

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