A Virtual Roundtable Discussion:
Near or Far - How Can ACE Be the Place for YOU?
"I wish I could be more active in ACE. Friday morning meetings don't work with my schedule." "Portland is a long drive for a breakfast meeting. ACE is what I've been looking for, but I don't live anywhere near Portland, Maine." Have you thought any of these things? Theresa Peek has! Join us on Tuesday, October 23rd, for a virtual roundtable discussion on how we can make ACE the place for consultants no matter where they are located. Theresa will facilitate discussions around questions such as: what can we do to encourage people who cannot make meetings in Portland to join ACE, what can we do to engage members who cannot make the Portland meetings, etc. Come to the session prepared to participate and contribute your ideas on how to make ACE the place to be!
We have chosen to provide this webinar at no charge to encourage as much participation as possible. If you are a current member or have thought about becoming a member, we want to hear from you!Our Facilitator:
Theresa Peek, a native northeasterner, moved to Texas in 1997. She and her husband first came to Maine in 2007 and fell in love with the area. She left Houston last November and moved to Perry. (Perry is part of the Downeast Acadia region, in Washington County.) Theresa spent the last 25+ years working for global corporations in Learning and Organizational Development. She has taken her experience in these roles and started Peek Learning Consultants. Theresa joined ACE while still in Houston in the hopes of networking with fellow consultants in her new home state. Theresa's background is cross industry; she's worked or consulted for organizations in chemical, electronics, and food manufacturing; financial services; software; and academia. She has a Bachelors of Science in Business Management and an MBA with a concentration in Organizational Development. In her spare time Theresa enjoys making jewelry for the two rock and mineral businesses that she and her husband own, rock collecting, and enjoying the coast of Maine.
This webinar is free to all. The webinar will be recorded and provided to registrants.
PREPARATION FOR THE WEBINAR:
You will be sent a link to access the webinar via email. Please plan to setup 10 minutes prior to the start.
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