The Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral graduated 21 local businesspeople from its Advanced Leadership program at its March General Membership Lunch.
In this seven-part series, participants revisited core leadership concepts and tools to help refine their leadership skills in order to maximize business results. All sessions were facilitated by Keiser University in Fort Myers. The program utilized a variety of instructional methods such as: mini lectures, video, simulation, case studies and facilitated discussion.
The graduates included John Preston, Massage Envy of Cape Coral; Sarah Sheffield, Massage Envy of Cape Coral; Michelle Whitlock, Siesta Pebble Pools Interiors; Tom Hansen,The Boat House; Bonnie Schnell, Cape Coral Housing Development; Don Schnell, Mutual of Omaha Bank; Melissa Miller, LCEC; Skye Honas, LCEC; Todd Hodges, LCEC; Debbie Stella, LCEC; Bill Jacob, CenturyLink; Christopher Scarlett, BP Claims Recovery; Beverly Black, Black Business Solutions; Cindy Gallagher, The Breeze Newspapers; Alan Lessard, Dixie Roadhouse; Kati Kaisling, Dixie Roadhouse; Donald Burns, Quality Pest Control SWFL; Marilyn Stout, Lee Memorial Health System Board; Jay Johnson, Bubba's Roadhouse,; Joe Mazurkiewicz, BJM Consulting; and Mike Quaintance, Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral.
Participants from the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral’s latest Advanced Leadership program.
The Advanced Leadership Cape Coral is just one component of the chamber's leadership programs which have been a staple in the community for more than 20 years. Leadership Cape Coral and the Community Trustee Program complete the adult training series. Junior Leadership Cape Coral is offered to our local students in their Junior year of high school.
The chamber is now accepting applications for the 2014 Leadership Cape Coral program. For more information about the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, "The Leadership Chamber," call (239) 549-6900 or visit www.capecoralchamber.com