How to Maintain
Compassion and Your Business in
“Quarantine or Chrysalis:
What will you make it?” Kirk Souder
April 3 is going to be a different kind of meeting.
We are in the unknown.
There’s no playbook or manual.
What we do have is community, innovation and
Now is a perfect time to get together remotely and acknowledge where we are,
here and now, and where
we will be tomorrow in business and in life.
Via Zoom our guest speaker, Brand and Business Development Strategist Shelley
Goldstein, will present new ideas and take us on an interesting journey of reflection on our past experiences and imagining how that can move us forward.
During a number of her Zoom calls in recent weeks, discussions have ranged from personal concerns to what's happening at ground zero, to how life and business will take shape during lockdown, and what opportunities lie ahead.
- How do we build a business and acknowledge compassion?
- How do we adapt our skills to serve the changing business climate?
- What of our past experiences can move us forward?
a marketing specialist, Goldstein works to create something truly
empowering for her clients. During her more than 15 years of expertise
developing brand and business strategies, Goldstein has worked with
SMB's ranging from environmental, fashion, sports, hospitality,
insurance and entertainment to achieve the ultimate customer experience.
Her strengths are activation, adaptability and leadership overseeing
digital and traditional communications for B2C and B2B transactions,
products and services, to live events for non-profit and profit
Register now for IMC SoCal’s April 3 meeting via
Zoom to connect with other
consulting professionals to more fully understand how we can interact in business and in our communities. Presentation attendees
qualify to earn IMC USA
Continuing Professional Development Certificate and Points.
Registration Cost: $15 for both members and non-members
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