Renaissance Roundtables are morning business gatherings focusing on emerging trends impacting business. We offer a complimentary breakfast and informal networking opportunities along with a one hour presentation.
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Next Date: TBD
7:30am Continental Breakfast | 8:00-9:00am Presentation
Past Renaissance Roundtables
02.09.12 – The Upside of a Down Economy: Buying Locally
Please join us for a conversation about how each of us, and our companies, can “leverage our localness”- how we can better compete against the non-local and international companies. We will talk about how our own purchasing habits regularly impact our communities, and what we can do to improve opportunities for the next generation. The economy isn’t something far away that the government is going to fix- we can fix it ourselves by changing our choices.
Kimber Lanning is an entrepreneur and economic specialist who works to cultivate vibrant, sustainable communities and inspire a higher quality of life throughout Arizona. Lanning is actively involved in fostering economic self-reliance, regional planning, and responsible growth in the greater Phoenix area. She is the founder and Executive Director of Local First Arizona, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising public awareness of the positive economic impacts of supporting locally owned businesses.
06.10.11 – Tech Exec Roundtable
We’d like to invite you to join us for the inaugural Tech Exec Roundtable sponsored by Renaissance Personnel Group and Palladium IT Advisors. Our guest speaker is Tim Porthouse, CZO of Zealeap, formerly President of Calence. Tim will discuss How Leaders Can Create a More Engaging and Results-Oriented Culture. We know you will find Tim’s presentation enlightening and enjoyable, as well as actionable.
06.09.11 – Why do people act the way they do?
Imagine how easy it would be to motivate your employees if you knew exactly what motivates them.
Join us for a free hour long presentation discussing two key tools to understanding behavior and motivation. The truth is that you can’t motivate people; they come with their own motivators. Find out how to identify just what those are and become more effective in building and managing work groups. We’ll discuss the DISC behavioral profile – HOW people behave – in tandem with MOTIVATORS – WHY people do what they do. We’ll do this from the viewpoint of your personal behavioral and motivational drivers.
Laura Piel, CPBA, CPVA & Lauren Crider, CPBA, CPVA