What Do You Need To Succeed?
Everyone must refuel from time to time for sure.....
Leadership Shelby County Alumni to host
Spicy Cajun Wisdom
Keynote Speaker, Jennifer Ledet
Wednesday, November 18
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Windham Civic Center - Foster Hall
Event and Cajun Luncheon - $35 per person
Reserved table for six - $200
Sponsored By Farmers State Bank
The Leadership Shelby County committee of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
announces a Leadership Conference will be hosted by Leadership Alumni on Wednesday,
November 18 in Foster Hall at the Windham Civic Center. Farmers State Bank will
sponsor the 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. luncheon event.
The keynote speaker, Jennifer Ledet, is from the bayous of South Louisiana and has
a unique perspective on leadership. She will share her recipe "Leadership GUMBO",
plus a little Cajun Spice. She will highlight the skills, characteristics and qualities
of the successful leaders she has encountered working with volunteer organizations
and corporate clients in a wide variety of industries.
The presentation is designed for business owners, managers, team members and professionals,
and is open to the public. Committee chairman, Jason Locke commented, "Leadership
Shelby County Alumni wants to share this professional development opportunity featuring
a national speaker, with the community, right here in Center."
"Attendees will hear some delightful Cajun wit and wisdom as a guide to develop
a personal recipe for excellence," shared Pam Phelps, Executive Director. Tyson
Foods, City of Center and Wayne Christian Financial are event underwriters.
Pre-registration is required by Friday, November 13 by emailing email@example.com
or calling the chamber office at 936.598.3682. Individual tickets are $35 or a reserved
table of six is $200, which includes a Cajun lunch. Payment can be made by credit
card or an invoice may be requested.
Leadership Shelby County was established in 2003 and has graduated ten classes of
leaders. The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce is organized to promote and advance
economic enrichment and development, tourism, and the social and civic interest
of Shelby County and adjoining areas.