March 23, 2021 the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism was pleased to have guest speaker Sharon Worsley, Senior Manager Chamber Success, for the Ontario Chamber of Commerce. This Professional Development webinar was sponsored by Lynn Woodcroft, Sales Representative Royal LePage Frank Real Estate.
One of the benefits of working for a local business or organization is the workplace culture and environment. Rather than just another number in a large corporate machine, each employee is acknowledged and treated with care. Often being part of a local business feels almost like an extension of your family and many business owners are proud to have curated a positive work environment that results in happy, loyal and hardworking employees. Although working from home has been a difficult adjustment for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, learning how to maintain this positive work environment virtually can be even more daunting. The Kawartha Chamber wants to help! We have identified 3 key elements that help translate your work environment into a virtual setting!
Lynn Woodcroft, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Frank Real Estate
The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism would like to introduce our first Member of the Month – Lynn Woodcroft Sales Representative, Royal LePage Frank Real Estate. Lynn Woodcroft is also a major Kawartha Chamber Sponsor for our Professional Development events. Check out our Member Spotlight below to learn more about the lovely Lynn Woodcroft!
Celebrating Women’s History Month & International Women’s Day!
The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism recently elected their new Board of Directors. Of the fifteen directors and one non-voting position, ten of them are women. In recognition of International Women’s Day, we share some words of wisdom from these successful and empowering changemakers.
February 17, 2021 the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce and Tourism held our first-ever virtual Annual General Meeting over Zoom. Adapting during COVID-19 has been a difficult task for many people, businesses and organizations and the Kawartha Chamber is no exception. Many hours of work were poured into figuring out how to recreate the AGM, typically an evening of socializing between members, in a virtual format. For this reason, we are so thankful to the over 65 members in attendance for joining us and helping the night run smoothly!