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Social Business: Getting Work Done in the 21st Century
September 21, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Part IT, part HR, part Strategy and part Leadership, this session takes a look at the emerging field of social business and its impact on the performance of organizations. When used for collaboration, communication and knowledge-sharing purposes, social business solutions can help companies become more efficient and effective.
What does social business look like? How does it work? This session will ask participants to consider the following examples as we answer those questions. This workshop will provide participants the following:
- The link between employee engagement and performance – research results you need to know
- A definition of social business and why it matters to you
- “Show & Tell” – examples of how these tools can work in the real world
Dr. Maureen C. Orey, CPLP
Founder and President, Workplace Learning & Performance Group
The Workplace Learning and Performance Group is a management consulting and training firm dedicated to teaching individuals and organizations to improve their performance so they can achieve their desired results. It is our mission to help you manage your business with a clear vision for the future.
We develop customized solutions to fit your organizational needs. Our consultants have extensive experience working with organizations in many fields such as: hospitality, large and small business, government, academia, nonprofit, and associations.
Date: September 21, 2016
Time: 4:00 – 5:30 pm
San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce – Boardroom
402 West Broadway, Suite 1000
San Diego, CA 92101
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This event is complimentary for Chamber members. Not a Chamber member? Please contact our Membership Department at 619-544-1337.
Metered parking or pay lots are recommended. Unfortunately, we cannot validate parking.
About the Sponsor
The Port of San Diego is committed to a dynamic and diverse waterfront. From the importing of steel to retail operations, you will find the Port of San Diego eager to assist you with your business needs. While protecting the Tidelands Trust resources, the Port will balance economic benefits, community services, environmental stewardship, and public safety on behalf of the citizens of California.
If you’ve spent time along the tidelands of San Diego Bay, did you know you were enjoying the state lands entrusted to the Port of San Diego? The Port of San Diego was created by the state Legislature to manage San Diego Bay and surrounding waterfront land on December 18, 1962. The Port has operated without tax dollars since 1970 and has been responsible for $1.5 billion in public improvements in its five member cities: Imperial Beach, National City, Chula Vista, San Diego and Coronado waterfront properties. The Port oversees two maritime cargo terminals, a cruise ship terminal, 17 public parks, various wildlife reserves and environmental initiatives, a Harbor Police department and the leases of more than 600 tenant and sub-tenant businesses around San Diego Bay.