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October 13, 2011

Ada chamber's leadership sessions will begin in January 2012

Ada —  

The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce  will host Leadership YOUniversity IV in January 2012. The class if a power six-month program designed to assist in the continued development of business employees by providing valuable professional development training and team building exercises. We encourage your organization to participate in this outstanding program. 

“The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to be able to bring talented, knowledgeable, and experienced presenters to Ada each month to engage participants in meaningful, in-depth sessions. The purpose of the program is two-fold: to provide the beneficial service of leadership training locally to our members and to help develop the next generation of our community’s leaders,” said Jeff Warmuth, chamber director. 

“Because this outstanding program brings the training to Ada, your organization will benefit from having access to nationally known presenters without incurring costly travel expenses. In addition, your employees will be better prepared for leadership positions in your business and those within community and professional organizations as well,” he added. The class meets on the first Wednesday of each month from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. 

The topics for Leadership YOUniversity IV consist of: how to network within your business and community, setting goals, problem solving, personality profiling, employee relationship building, business ethics, developing positive relationships, and a team building exercise presented by Survivor Scout Cloud Lee. 

The class is limited to 25 participants and the deadline for accepting applications is November 14, 2011.  Applications can be downloaded from the Ada Chamber website at www.adachamber.com.  The cost of the program is only $495.00 for chamber members and $545.00 for non members. For more information, call 580-332-2506.

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