(FINDLAY, Ohio, November, 2014)— The Findlay∙Hancock County Women’s Leadership Forum will be held 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, December 5 at The Findlay Country Club, 1500 Country Club Drive. The forum is open to all men and women business professionals looking for opportunities to advance their career.
Presented by the Findlay∙Hancock County Chamber of Commerce, the forum was created to provide business leadership development, education and mentorship opportunities for professional women in the Findlay/Hancock County business community.
The keynote speaker for the event will be Sue Seiler, Dale Carnegie. Ms. Seiler will discuss strategies to turn disagreements into productive idea-sharing, without drama or resistance. Attendees will learn to express opinions, strengthen influence and credibility, both at work and at home. In this highly interactive session, guests will disagree agreeably using hot topics in political, human resource, and social issues.
Doors open for the event at 11:15 a.m. with time for registration and networking. Lunch and program will begin at 11:30 a.m. and adjourn at 1:00 p.m.
Special Thanks to our Business Partners; Hancock Federal Credit Union, Eastman & Smith LTD, Findlay Village Mall, Imaging Consultants of Findlay, Brooks Insurance Agency, Primrose Retirement Communities, The Feasel Group, Culligan Water, Six Disciplines Consulting Services, Ohio Means Jobs-Hancock County, and Beth Wilkins.
Advanced registration for the Forum is required by December 2, 2014. Cost to attend is $20 for Chamber members and $25 non-members. For more information, or to register, contact the Chamber at 419-422-3313 or visit FindlayHancockChamber.com.
About the Speaker:
Sue Seiler strives for change and continuous growth for herself, her family, friends, colleagues and every business and organization she encounters. She has effectively blended leadership wisdom, education and experience from work and life to spur productivity and innovation. As a leadership facilitator, she shares her energy and tried-and-true habits to catalyst you and your team to breakthrough results.
An avid life learner, Sue has been certified in business relevant concepts such as Stephen Covey, Dale Carnegie, Capital University Facilitative Mediation, DiSC Behavioral Styles, COPE Ropes Course (BSA), LEAN and Quality (Florida Power and Light). Her academic training and experience has been key in raising two strong daughters, and healing her son’s autism.
You’ll benefit from Sue’s rich theoretical knowledge and her real world experiences in a variety of industries and organizations that include health care, government, international, automotive, nuclear, service, social services, retail, advocacy for Autism and many others.
Proudly from the Toledo area, Sue graduated from the University of Toledo for her bachelor’s degree in Business Finance on a full academic scholarship. She achieved her Master’s degree cum laude, in Human Resource Development, specializing in Organizational Development and Instructional Design.