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Embassy Suites by Hilton, St. Charles, Missouri
**Hotel rooms must be reserved by August 31, 20
Join us at Vino209, Wine Bar & Bistro, 209 5th St, West Des Moines, Iowa, to share our wisdom and enjoy light appetizers and beverages.
Kickstart your marketing efforts this fall by learning how to create content that will draw the right audience for your blog, business or big idea. No matter what online platform you prefer, this workshop will teach you to use keywords effectively to reach the people you want to reach. To get full advantage from this hands on workshop, bring your laptop. Led by AWC-SB board Member Monica Kunz.
In October, Tulsa County Commissioner Karen Keith will discuss the recent historic flooding and how that event thrust Tulsa into the national spotlight as concerns about our 70-year-old levee system holding grabbed news headlines across the country. When historic flooding occurred in Tulsa County in May and June of 2019, one major question was top of mind for city and county leaders: would the 70-year-old levees hold? County Commissioner Karen Keith will talk about the communication plan executed during the emergency and daily briefings led by herself and Mayor G.T. Bynum; and how the concern over the stability of the levee system thrust Tulsa into the national spotlight.
• Diagnostic Thinking™, a novel group process designed for women to help accelerate their leadership and revitalize their lives by breaking through hidden barriers.
• Strategies for overcoming hidden barriers to success
Are you working on a book, have a book finished or are wanting to write a novel someday? Perhaps you just want to know the next steps for publishing your work? This presentation is for you!
You will learn about how Jean Wolf-Logan, a former nurse, became interested in publishing novels, the process of character and plot development, and research into the historical era where the novels take place. She will also cover the process of self-publication of a book series. Jean Logan taught nursing at Grand View University for 33 years. She integrated the use of story-telling to guide her students in their nursing practice. Her interest in writing novels started the day she retired.
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Boxed sandwich or salad lunches will be ordered, so please state your dietary needs and preference for meat on the sandwich and/or salad.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 16, 11:30am–1:00pm at West Bank, 1601 22nd Street, West Des Moines. RSVP by October 14, 2019.
“Stop Apologizing for who you are and become who you were made to be.”
Join The Bloomington-Normal Chapter of AWC at our October program, as we discuss the New York Times bestselling book, "Girl, Stop Apologizing" by Rachel Hollis. Published in March 2019. Girl, Stop Apologizing is "A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals”
We’ll discuss the excuses women must let go of in order to focus on their goals. The behaviors to embrace, and the skills to acquire on the path to growth, confidence, and believing in yourself. Whether you’ve read the whole book, only one chapter or...Who’s Rachel Hollis?, come to discuss how we can live our lives to the fullest potential.
As a special treat this month, we’re giving away a copy of "Girl, Stop Apologizing" to one lucky winner. All lunch attendees will receive 1 entry in the drawing, winner will be announced at event. Must be present to win.
Held Via GotoMeeting. Call-in information will be sent out prior to the meeting.
This event will be held via GoToWebinar. A separate e-mail with access information will be sent afte
The purpose of donor communications should be to build relationships yet with the increase in technology and the decline in personal communications, the relationship can easily go from personal to transactional. The goal is to build a bond between the organization and the donor. Having a personal relationship with a donor will result in increased support and lifetime value.
Communication needs to be strategic and planned out but not transactional. Communications should always be designed to fit the donor‘s needs. The more personalized the contact…the greater the impact. This workshop will provide a step by step guide on building relationships with donors to advance the mission/organization.
Strong communication through relationship building is the key to increasing revenue and retention.
Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Cafe
Catch up with members and meet new members while enjoying breakfast and coffee before heading to work.