Learn How to Work Smarter, Not Harder at The Woodlands Area Chamber's Membership Luncheon

By: Lauren Joerg
| Published 10/07/2019

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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Many of the most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders work longer hours and get less return on their investments of time and money. Are you a business owner or a senior-level executive and want to see your business consistently run better or grow faster?

Join us for a luncheon with guest speaker Megan Alarid of Heightened Leaders on Wednesday, October 23 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Flemings’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, located at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive, Suite 305, The Woodlands, TX 77380.

Megan will deliver a powerful, inspirational presentation that will introduce you to the Six Key Components of a successful business.

After this luncheon, you will walk away with a set of simple, practical tools that you and your leadership team will use immediately to focus on priorities, get clear on issues and gain traction together as a healthier leadership team.

The fee is $50 for members and $75 for non-members.

About Our Guest Speaker, Megan Alarid of Heightened Leaders
Having built and led businesses of all sizes, Megan understands the ins and outs of leadership and the talent to make success happen. With over 20 years of experience understanding hiring needs, project demands, customer satisfaction needs, and business volatility, Megan has created and implemented solutions to break through these challenges and move toward a greater level of success.

For more information and registration, visit woodlandschamber.org/calendar, or contact Cyndi Alvarado at Cyndi.Alvarado@woodlandschamber.org or 281-367-5777.

The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses organized to ensure the economic and social vitality of The Woodlands area. As the largest business association in Greater Houston, we represent nearly 1,500 local employers. Our chamber has been promoting, supporting and connecting businesses in South Montgomery County since 1978.

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