Chamber offering virtual Q&A with Studer
ELKINS — Do you have business, leadership, or community questions?
One of the best ways to grow as a leader is to ask questions of other leaders.
Join the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce for a special Q&A session with Quint Studer.
Since day one of the crisis, Studer has been on the frontlines with business owners. He’s been busy leading and participating in webinars, doing interviews, and holding one-on-meetings. He knows firsthand the issues you’re facing and can help you “sharpen your saw” and come out stronger on the other side.
Not only can Studer offer guidance based on his decades of helping organizations get through tough times, in the past few weeks, he’s harvested lots of creative solutions and best practices from some of America’s smartest entrepreneurs, business leaders, and communities, an ERCCC press release stated.
Finally, he gets how vital a strong and galvanized business presence is to a local economy. And he knows how leaders can work together to create a more vibrant and connected community.
The Q&A will be held virtually Wednesday, May 13 from 2-3:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Please register beforehand, so officials can prepare for the number of virtual attendees. There is no cost to participate.
You will receive a follow-up email, calendar invite, and Zoom instructions on how to join the meeting.
During registration, you will have the opportunity to submit your questions in advance of the meeting. You may also email questions to Nicole Webb Bodie at Nicole@QuintStuder.com by 3 p.m. on May 12.
Studer is author of Building a “Vibrant Community: How Citizen-Powered Change Is Reshaping America” and Wall Street Journal bestseller “The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places That Thrive.”
He is founder of Pensacola’s Studer Community Institute, a nonprofit organization focused on improving the community’s quality of life, and Vibrant Community Partners, which coaches communities in building out a blueprint for achieving growth and excellence.
Studer speaks and works with communities across the country helping them execute on their strategic plans, create a better quality of life and attract and retain talent and investment. He is a businessman, a visionary, an entrepreneur, and a mentor to many. He currently serves as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the University of West Florida, Executive-in-Residence at George Washington University, and Lecturer at Cornell University.