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    Chapter Meeting (Lunch)

    Date: May 17, 2017, 11:30am – 2:00pm
    Hidden Creek Country Club
    1711 Clubhouse Road
    Reston, Virginia 20190
    $35.00 Member, $55.00 Non-Member, $25.00 Member in Transition
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting - Lunch
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    Employee labor costs are an organization's largest investment and expenditure!  What are they doing to leverage and protect this vital investment?  And as the economy continues to slowly but steadily improve, your best people are at high risk of leaving.  Join us for a lunchtime session in discussing a compelling business rationale for why every employee and manager should be involved in career management and skills development.  The skills building / career building cycle Career mapping – an innovative yet proven approach to Career Development.  Encourage employees and managers to:  

    • Own your career!
    • How to evaluate the next position
    • Ideas for building skills and building a plan
    • Outline the importance of mentoring relations – including an “on the spot” short mentoring group exercise.  


    Meeting Agenda (lunchtime)

    • 11:30-12:00 Networking
    • 12:00-12:10 Chapter announcements
    • 12:10-12:35 Lunch
    • 12:40-12:45 Sponsor Announcements
    • 12:45-1:45 Program
    • 1:45-2:00 Closing remarks/raffles

    About our Speaker:  Stan C. Kimer combines his passion for personal growth with world-class business know-how to propel enterprises to gain efficiencies and grow profit through total engagement.   He is recognized globally as a consultant with unique skills in employee development / career mapping, and LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) diversity management. 

    Stan excelled as a member of IBM’s executive team in his most recent position of Director of Global Sales Operations with IBM’s Consulting Practice.  As the initial architect in building IBM’s Global Sales Operations unit, Stan led the work to successfully consolidate 3000 IBM employees across 5 IBM Divisions and 18 geographic units.