In June, Dr. Sue Ebbers interviewed numerous key performers at a large Florida non-profit to gain insight and perspective on new staff deficiencies. Minimal or a complete lack of business acumen was one of eleven key cultural competency issues the team targeted for improvement. The first step to address this escalating problem included building a turnkey eLearning storyboard so that internal staff could implement within their systems. Now it is on to phase 2: building a framework for a journey-based curriculum. Members of The Chamber can visit http://bit.ly/CBDTC20210707A to read more about this project, and may contact Dr. Ebbers at (850) 445-6303 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.
Why I joined the Chamber
“AMWAT Moving Warehousing & Storage value its relationship and membership with the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce greatly. We find the resources provided by the Chamber are extremely beneficial to us. As a small growing business, we value the many resources the Chamber provides for professional and business growth; government advocacy and ensuring its members are receiving value. We owe much of our growth and success to the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce; but like any membership, it is up to the member to access the many programs offered by the Chamber and get involved.”
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