Fri. 7/8
7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Chamber Event
Join everyone at Courtyard by Marriott
4375 Metro Cir NW
North Canton, OH
44720
USA
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What’s Your Business Culture?

Business formal or casual attire? Silent or social? Free ice cream bar for lunch? Every business has its own culture that helps the business to operate. Many of us get used to the everyday motion of this culture and forget to take an outside look at how it can be affecting a workplace. This month’s interactive Fast Break Breakfast presentation by Tim Shetzer will help to identify the customs and practices of your workplace. A well-defined business culture, no matter the differences, can help spur growth as well as help to weather office adversity when it arises. This interactive session includes reviewing handout materials and sharing office cultural ideas.

 
About the Breakfast:

Fast Break attendees have the opportunity to obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities at an event that has built a reputation as one of the most energetic lead producing sessions in Stark County. You’ll hear compelling speakers, meet new business contacts and enjoy a delicious breakfast. And, if you bring a door prize valued at $15 or more, you’ll even star in your very own 30 second commercial to promote your business!




BIO:

Tim Shetzer has been CEO for the YMCAs in Stark County Ohio since 1997.  He also worked at the Y in Des Moines, Iowa, as well as overseas at the Jerusalem International YMCA.  He graduated from the College of Wooster, and received his master’s degree from North Carolina State University.

The ten Stark County YMCA community branches serve over 70,000 constituents every year through 1,000 different programs.  Over 12,000 youth and families need and receive financial assistance every year.  The Y is for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Tim’s wife Lynn is an ordained minister currently serving Reedurban Presbyterian Church in Perry Township.  They have two grown children both living in the Cleveland area.