WHAT: Hands on interactive workshop designed to improve your Executive/Managerial skills
WHEN: Wednesday, September 14th
WHERE: Sharonville Convention Center11355 Chester Road • Sharonville, OH 45246
WHY: The Department of Economic Development’s role is to improve Sharonville’s economic well-being through efforts that entail job creation, job retention, tax base enhancements, tourism and quality of life. As a Sharonville business, your loyalty and confidence in us is greatly appreciated, and this is our way of saying Thank You!
WHO: CEOs, COOs, HR Executives, Non-Profits, VPs, Directors, Executives & Managers
COST: There is no charge to attend the breakfast, but space is limited and registration is required.
We live in a modern, busy, complex world of instant gratification. A world made up of Amazon prime, smartphones, fast-passes and, most recently, pizza ATMs.
In this rush, many of us easily forget to say “thank you.” Saying thank you is etiquette we learned as children, and is a simple courtesy that takes just a moment. It costs nothing, it is never unwelcome, and it can mean so much. Today, take a minute to put your technology down and thank an employee who works hard to reach their goals, a vendor who goes out of his way to make sure your received your product on time, a coach who volunteers his or her time with your children, or even your parents, for the sacrifices they made for you. Hearing “thank you” is special because it is a way of making us feel valued.
I’d like to thank each of you for your business. I appreciate your loyalty and commitment to our community. As a way of saying thank you, I would like to invite you to our 3rd Annual Advantage Sharonville Business Appreciation Breakfast. This year we will highlight the Sharonville Police Department, and our guest speaker will be Hall of Famer and NFL legend Anthony Munoz. The event is complimentary but registration is required. Please visit: www.advantagesharonville.eventbrite.com for registration and event information and I look forward to seeing you on September 14th.
Chris Xeil Lyons,
Economic Development Director