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05/22/18
 -08/07/18
Essential Tools Every Great Leader Needs - Tool Kit Series

Essential Tools Every Great Leader Needs
Introducing a FREE one hour seminar series for AHCC members that will introduce you to leadership principles and concepts that have been taught to thousands of leaders all over the world to help them know and lead themselves and others better! 

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05/22/18
 -08/07/18
Essential Tools Every Great Leader Needs - Tool Kit Series

Essential Tools Every Great Leader Needs
Introducing a FREE one hour seminar series for AHCC members that will introduce you to leadership principles and concepts that have been taught to thousands of leaders all over the world to help them know and lead themselves and others better! 

more info...
06/21/18
Social Media for Small Business

One of the biggest challenges for small business owners is growing the customer base.  Learn how social media can help you do this -- without becoming an expert!


In today's rapidly-evolving media landscape, social media has become a fundamental tool for small businesses looking to efficiently and effectively connect with existing and potential customers.

Learn about alternative social media platforms, and how to define a social media voice, engage with your audience, manage content and track the effectiveness of your social media efforts.  Bring a laptop to the workshop as you will have the opportunity to explore these topics through hands-on activities, including setting up business profiles on each network.
 

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06/21/18
Social Media for Small Business

One of the biggest challenges for small business owners is growing the customer base.  Learn how social media can help you do this -- without becoming an expert!


In today's rapidly-evolving media landscape, social media has become a fundamental tool for small businesses looking to efficiently and effectively connect with existing and potential customers.

Learn about alternative social media platforms, and how to define a social media voice, engage with your audience, manage content and track the effectiveness of your social media efforts.  Bring a laptop to the workshop as you will have the opportunity to explore these topics through hands-on activities, including setting up business profiles on each network.

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06/21/18
Eubank Women's Symposium II


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06/23/18
 -06/24/18
Business of Life Seminar


Join Purple Monkey Garage for the "Business of Life" 2-day Seminar with Stephanie Brown (partnering with Josh Tolley) is world famous for empowering people to achieve their life objectives. Not-for-profits, as well as for-profit businesses will gain a wealth of information applicable in both business and personal growth.

- Our Current Economic Problem & The Best Solutions, including:
- Finding the right business to be involved in
- Marketing
- Advertising
- Branding
- Sales
- Helping non-profits work better
- Fixing failing businesses
- Creative strategies for higher growth
- Success with very little risk
- And about 45 more business-points of life!

These two days will change your world and you’ll never be the same. No regrets!


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06/23/18
Career Day for Entrepreneurs

KANGEN WATER STORE



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06/23/18
Youth Volunteers Wanted

Orientation for 16 and 17 year olds to learn about volunteer opportunities

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06/23/18
Healthy Living Day - Come & Celebrate a vibrant, inspired life

As part of our ongoing commitment to the health of our community, we will be hosting a healthy living event on Saturday, June 23, 2018 from 1 PM to 4 PM. We would like to extend a special invitation for you to join us at the Family Life Center of the St. John’s United Methodist Church for talks on natural ways to maintain your health, as well as performances, aura readings, raffles, and more.
 
We’ll have talks by:
  • Hongik Cheong, regional director of Body & Brain Yoga in New Mexico, a Brain Education Trainer, and Health & Wellness Expert
  • Harvey J. White, MD, a cardiologist and founder of Vessel Health
  • Owen Kunkle, chaplain at PMS Hospice Center and deacon at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church who was honored as a Santa Fe Living Treasure in 2013
  • Mary Pitman, co-owner of Mary’s Free Range Non-GMO Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks
 
At this event, you’ll be able to:
  • Learn simple healthy living tips
  • Experience holistic longevity methods
  • Enjoy mindfulness exercises
  • Learn how to access 3 powers for self-reliance
 
This year’s event is based on the new book by Body & Brain founder and New York Times bestselling author Ilchi Lee called I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years: The Ancient Secret to Longevity, Vitality, and Life Transformation. This book has received acclaim from members of the health community such as Dr. Christiane Northrup, bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, Dr. Emeran Mayer, author of The Mind-Gut Connection, and Dr. Reed Tuckson, author of The Doctor in the MIrror. I highly recommend your reading this book that opens your eyes to a new paradigm of health. We’ll be giving a copy of it to all who attend.
 
This healthy living event is part of Body & Brain’s ongoing support of the non-profit Earth Citizens Organization’s (ECO) national campaign, SEED for Health. We hope to make it an annual event to help community members become better aware of the ways they can care for their Stress, Exercise, Emotions, and Diet themselves. We also hope to create a nurturing environment that empowers people’s overall wellness and longevity.
 
You are welcome to bring your friends and family to experience less stress, more energy, and freedom from stiffness and pain.
 

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06/28/18
NetworkingPartners.Org - COORS Chapter Meeting

NetworkingPartners.Org is a category specific networking group that meets every other Thursday morning for breakfast.
WHO SHOULD JOIN AND WHY:
     -Busy professionals that want to maximize their networking time. 
     -Those that act with intention and determination. 
     -Networkers that have a clear picture of who their client is. 
     -Networkers that understand and value commitment, accountability, and believe that a group can “work together for           individual success”. 
Join us to learn about our exclusive group and our systematic method for referral giving and receiving - a method that assures referrals & introductions!

 

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06/28/18
TAX RESOLUTION INFORMATION SEMINAR








Sunland Tax is holding a FREE, no obligation, information seminar at 7:30 PM on June 28th for Chamber Members and the general public where we will present real solutions to business and personal tax problems with the IRS or the State of New Mexico.
 
We’ll help you separate fact from fiction when it comes to your options. During the one hour seminar you’ll get free information and advice to help you get on a real sustainable path to fix your tax troubles, once and for all.
 
We have limited seating and reservations are required, so you need to call us at 281-8000 right away.

We’re your local tax resolution experts and want to help you by answering your questions and providing you with the important information you need.

 

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07/12/18
NetworkingPartners.Org - COORS Chapter Meeting

NetworkingPartners.Org is a category specific networking group that meets every other Thursday morning for breakfast.

WHO SHOULD JOIN AND WHY:
 -Busy professionals that want to maximize their networking time. 
 -Those that act with intention and determination. 
 -Networkers that have a clear picture of who their client is. 
 -Networkers that understand and value commitment, accountability, and believe that a group can “work together for individual success”. 

Join us to learn about our exclusive group and our systematic method for referral giving and receiving - a method that assures referrals & introductions!
 

more info...
07/19/18
#NotHere: Prevent Harassment, Build Inclusion

Learn the practical steps that will build and support diversity and inclusion in your hiring and workplace practices. 

Business owners often know they need to have a culture of inclusion in the workplace but don't know the practical steps to build inclusion -- the antithesis of discrimination and harassment.  This workshop is for those who feel stuck when trying to resolve employee 'he said/she said' situations, who find they are spending way too much time being the 'politically-correct' police, or who keep hearing comments like.  

  • I didn't mean it.
  • She has no sense of humor
  • I'm just an affectionate person.
  • It was mutual...until I dumped him.
  • This is a witch hunt! What happened to 'innocent until proven guilty'?
  • I guess I should never tell another joke/give another hug/talk about anything personal/be friends outside of work with anyone again ever.
  • Hey, if I tell you something will you promise to keep it confidential? I don't want to get ayone fired/get retaliated against.
  • Our boss is so mean this has become a hostile working environment!
  • I don't even want any members of the opposite sex on my team.  Too much risk of getting accused of something, especially if they're attractive.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • how to recognize and address potential and actual workplace discrimination and harassment
  • why impact is more important than intent
  • the role the "reasonable person standard" plays
  • how to draw the line between humor and offense
  • the additional responsibilities managers must take seriously
  • how to quickly weed out complaints and begin appropriately addressing and investigating the real issues
  • #MeToo & Bystander Intervention: what to do if you experience or witness harassment, and how to avoid and prevent retaliation.

We will explore how to recognize behaviors that discourage diversity such as workplace bullying, stereotyping, the us-versus-them mentality and micro-aggressions -- the gateway to harassment, discrimination and time-consuming complaints.  Then we will develop an action plan of ways you can build and support diversity and inclusion in your hiring and workplace practices.


more info...
07/19/18
#NotHere: Prevent Harassment, Build Inclusion


 

Learn the practical steps that will build and support diversity and inclusion in your hiring and workplace practices. 

Business owners often know they need to have a culture of inclusion in the workplace but don't know the practical steps to build inclusion -- the antithesis of discrimination and harassment.  This workshop is for those who feel stuck when trying to resolve employee 'he said/she said' situations, who find they are spending way too much time being the 'politically-correct' police, or who keep hearing comments like.  

  • I didn't mean it.
  • She has no sense of humor
  • I'm just an affectionate person.
  • It was mutual...until I dumped him.
  • This is a witch hunt! What happened to 'innocent until proven guilty'?
  • I guess I should never tell another joke/give another hug/talk about anything personal/be friends outside of work with anyone again ever.
  • Hey, if I tell you something will you promise to keep it confidential? I don't want to get ayone fired/get retaliated against.
  • Our boss is so mean this has become a hostile working environment!
  • I don't even want any members of the opposite sex on my team.  Too much risk of getting accused of something, especially if they're attractive.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • how to recognize and address potential and actual workplace discrimination and harassment
  • why impact is more important than intent
  • the role the "reasonable person standard" plays
  • how to draw the line between humor and offense
  • the additional responsibilities managers must take seriously
  • how to quickly weed out complaints and begin appropriately addressing and investigating the real issues
  • #MeToo & Bystander Intervention: what to do if you experience or witness harassment, and how to avoid and prevent retaliation.

We will explore how to recognize behaviors that discourage diversity such as workplace bullying, stereotyping, the us-versus-them mentality and micro-aggressions -- the gateway to harassment, discrimination and time-consuming complaints.  Then we will develop an action plan of ways you can build and support diversity and inclusion in your hiring and workplace practices.


more info...