November 2021 Breakfast – Member Insight “What If?” Discussion Series.

23 November @ 6:45 am – 8:30 am

Join us for breakfast

This month we begin a new initiative to assist members to improve their outcomes using Scenario Based Learning.

Entitled the “What If?” Discussion Series. it will be lead by our highly qualified and respected member Craig Shim.

This months topic is Networking, Influencing, and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome.

Come and join with us in our highly participative, professionally led table discussions where we not only learn more about the subject matter but also each other.

The Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce Inc exists to support its members to achieve profitable and sustainable businesses and effective not-for-profit organisations.We do this:

  • through networking, information exchange and education;
  • through developing apolitical, positive relationships and communications with all levels of government;
  • by contributing to the wider social, health and well-being of our community.

Come an enjoy or fabulous full buffet while you meet our members and guests.  Learn more about The Hills & Districts, its business and its people.

About our Facilitator.

Craig Shim, is a Vice President of the Chamber and Chair of the Cultural Inclusiveness Committee.

He is a qualified intercultural business consultant and Director of Alphacrane Intercultural Specialists.

He helps clients boost their international and cross-cultural capabilities.

Craig is also a qualified Scenario Based Learning facilitator. (also known as Problem Based Learning)

Kate Hewish

Kate Hewish is the Principal of Horte Couture, a member of the Chamber Executive and the Chair of the PR Committee

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