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March 21, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Cameron's American Bistro
2185 W. Dublin-Granville Road

Worthington, OH 43085

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Women's Business Network Luncheon

Tuesday, March 21

Join the Women's Business Network of the Chamber at its next luncheon on Tuesday, March 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Cameron's American Bistro in Linworth will host us for a private luncheon.

Our topic: "What do you expect?"
 We often underestimate how our expectations at work can greatly affect our success and productivity — individually and as a team.  Shelly Stotzer, owner and career strategist at Crosworks, will share insight on how to better understand your own personal expectations, communicate them with teammates, and how to seek understanding of your colleagues' mindsets to gain more success and enjoyment at work.

About our speaker:
Shelly Stotzer is managing director at Crosworks, where she uses her extensive executive leadership and coaching expertise to help clients define and target their best-fit jobs. She leads the Crosworks team in guiding clients to success through proven processes that bring clarity and focus to their job search by defining each individual’s strengths, interests, skills and work environment. With clear career goals, she counsels clients to effective and consistent messaging in order to market to best-fit opportunities, delivering both personal fulfillment and maximum results. Prior to acquiring Crosworks, Shelly was head of the residential solar division at IGS, a division that she launched. There, she created multi-channel brand marketing strategies and built a high-performing and cohesive team that established the division’s entire operating infrastructure. She also ran a consulting practice, serving a variety of established corporations as well as startups, providing strategic business planning, executive leadership coaching and operations analysis.  At Highlights for Children, she served as chief operating officer and chief marketing officer, appointed by the company’s CEO to drive a financial turn-around and rebranding of a decades-old magazine. There, she led a team of executives and over 100 indirect reports across business development, marketing, e-commerce, social media, analytics, operations, brand communications and strategic planning. Shelly earned an MBA from the University of Dayton and a bachelor’s degree in business operations from DeVry University.