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Oct
21
Sat
Spectacular Six
Oct 21 – Oct 22 all-day
Oct
24
Tue
Make a Name for Yourself – In Celebration of National Women’s Small Business Month
Oct 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Columbus and Southern Ohio

Tuesday, Oct 24 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Today’s women entrepreneurs are awakened to their need to live authentically, to be true to their heart’s desires and their moral compass, to feel a sense of purpose and fulfillment, and to feel right with their path and how they navigate that path. These precepts are at the heart of what branding offers. This training by Linda Pringle-Evans will help you gain control over how you’re perceived. It’s designed to provide useful branding techniques as a way to identify and establish yourself in the business world. Join us to gain tools to brand yourself before someone else does it for you – or to change your brand if it doesn’t reflect your true self.

 

Networking and light refreshment will be provided. This event is free and open to WBC members and their guests.

Location of Event:

Columbus and Southern Ohio
1655 Old Leonard Avenue
Columbus, OH 43219

Oct
25
Wed
Celebrate with OhioMBE
Oct 25 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Come celebrate with OhioMBE as we recognize small businesses and their advocates.  We will also present the Frank W. Watson Scholars.  Located at .The Vault, 35 E. Gay Street, Columbus, USA

 

Visit our website for details: www.OhioMBEAwards.com

 

Sponsored by Wesbanco Bank, Columbus Airport Authority, The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium and The Ohio Business Development Center.

Oct
26
Thu
Ballroom
Oct 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Ballroom Dance

NEW LOCATION
Thompson Community Recreation, Ballroom
Free Parking

Thursdays starting October 26
6 Week Class

6:30 PM (taught at different levels)

Individuals: $30 per person, $25 for members of the Center on High (+cc fees)
Couples: $55 per couple, $45 for members of the Center on High (+cc fees)
Note: Membership will be verified

Payment is required prior to the 1st class.

There is a minimum of 4 couples or 8 singles for this class. If the minimum requirement is not met, the class will be cancelled and class fees will be refunded.

The Beginners Class will learn Waltz, Tango, and Cha Cha.
The Intermediate Class will learn Foxtrot, Rumba, Swing, Waltz, Tango, and ChaCha.
Classes are open to everyone, with or without a dance partner.

Instructor: Jeff Grace

Jeff Grace has been dancing since the age of 8.He has been teaching ballroom dancing for over 20 years. Jeff has worked with all ages from pre-teen to adult, including coaching a college and high school ballroom dance team. Jeff is the former owner of the Akron Dance Academy in Akron, Ohio. He currently teaches ballroom dancing at area churches and coaches the Beechcroft High School Ballroom Dance team.

Oct
27
Fri
Corporate Board Training
Oct 27 all-day
Eleanor Bloxham
CEO and Founder, The Value Alliance and The Corporate Governance Alliance
Interested in what it takes to get on a corporate board and key success factors in being hired? The time to investigate board opportunities is not at the end of your career or when you’ve “made it to the top” of your organization. The time to begin this process is as early in your career as possible so that you can plan around this goal. Join Eleanor Bloxham, Founder and CEO of The Value Alliance for WELD’s From the C-Suite to the Board. This series will feature corporate board training geared towards our C-Suite level attendees. Ms. Bloxham will provide information about boards and how they operate and information on steps participants can take to become board ready.
WELD and The Value Alliance and The Corporate Governance Alliance are excited to announce the upcoming schedule for this session of corporate board training:
Session Date
Registration and Payment Due Dates*
Topic
August 4, 2017
May 12, 2017
Financials for Boards Part 1*
October 27, 2017
July 28, 2017
Corporate Board Training for Leaders
*Please note that class sizes are limited, no refunds or credits can be given and the registration deadlines are firm – no exceptions can be made. If you have previously taken Corporate Board Training for Executives, Attorneys or IT Professionals, then you have already covered the material that is shared in the Corporate Board Training for Leaders session. Financials for Boards Part 1 has prerequisites. Contact Barb Smoot for more details.

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