Wednesday, April 18 : 2 – 4 pm, Speaker at 3 pm
Please note that the entrance to the Pavilion is closed because of paving work on Talbot Lane. Instead, you’ll be able to enter on Kietzke Lane just south of the First Independent Bank at the entrance just before the round-about. After the turn, you’ll go through another round-about and drive to a sign that says “road closed.” Rancharrah security will direct you to the back parking lot. You’ll then walk through the patio to the Pavilion.
You CAN rise after a business fall. Here’s how.
We’re guessing you’ve been there — maybe even a few times: Face down. Butt kicked. Knees skinned.
Metaphorically, of course. (We hope.)
In business, failure comes with the territory. It’s never a question of if we get back up, but how we get back up.
On April 18, join Amber Barnes, owner of Start Human, as she talks about redefining business failure — and how to rise, stronger than ever.
In this workshop, called “(Re) Defining Failure: Rumble, Rise, Repeat,” Amber will share:
- Four must-haves for answering the call to courage
- Self-protection tactics that aren’t serving you
- The rules of engagement for rising strong
You’ll walk away with:
- Tools for rumbling with failure
- A process for rising from a fall
- Practices for using failure for transformation
NCET’s Biz Café is open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, and the program starts at 3 p.m. Remember, this month we’re returning to the Rancharrah Pavilion.
Oh, and remember: It’s free to attend, no RSVPs are needed, and everyone is welcome!
We love it when you bring guests to NCET events. And now we’re giving you even more reasons to bring a friend or colleague!
At the beginning of each Biz Bite and Biz Café, people with guests can stand and introduce themselves and their guests, and be entered in drawings for great NCET stuff. RSVP now for yourself and bring a friend!