Tuesday, February 26
3:30 to 5 p.m. | Social 5 to 6 p.m.
DoubleTree by Hilton & West Fargo Conference Center
Change is the only constant in life. How many times have we heard that? But it’s so hard! We go through these changes at home or work and sometimes we end up hurting ourselves, our companies, and the ones we care about because we don’t know how to get through it or help each other. Sometimes as a solution, we hear “suck it up and deal with it,” but the truth is, it’s complicated. People feel, think, and act in different ways going though transitions. By understanding where you are in the relationship with change, you can be aware of how to navigate through it by managing feelings, leading yourself, and inspiring others to follow.
Regional Director of Sales
Join the conversation to help prepare you to move through changes more efficiently, driving towards purpose and motivation. There will always be events that we don’t see coming and can’t prepare for; however, if we can lay down some foundation now, we can avoid or mitigate unproductivity and aimlessness later.
About the presenter
Kimberly Busch is the Director of Sales Account Development at Aimbridge Hospitality. Through her 22 years of working in different service industries, she continues to be passionate about people, culture, and strategy. As a volunteer and advocate for community, Kimberly was a participant in the United Way 2013 35 Under 35 Women’s Leadership Program, continued on the program’s leadership team from 2014 to 2016, and currently serves on the United Way Community Investment committee. She is passionate about women’s leadership and serves on The Chamber’s Women Connect committee and United Way Women UNITED Leadership Team. Additionally, she has been a Junior Achievement volunteer teacher since 2008. Kimberly graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business management and HR management from Dickinson State University. She lives in Fargo with her husband, Jeremy; son, Mauer; and fur baby, Kiki.
Women Connect Making a Difference
February Charity of the Month
Ronald McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald House of the Red River Valley supports families whose children are receiving medical care in the Fargo-Moorhead area by providing home-like comfort, support and care for families.
Please consider bringing paper towels and/or garbage bags (4, 13 or 33 gallon sizes) to help support their mission.
January Charity Update
600 books were donated to Lutheran Social Services and 540 new winter items to PATH ND!
Chamber members: $25 in advance | $30 at the door
Non-members: $35 in advance | $40 at the door