On Wednesday, May 18, the monthly Chamber Luncheon presentation was by Leah Phifer, founder of WhyWork. View the presentation slides here. Also attached is the article from the New York Times quoted by Phifer, and the response she posted on her blog.
Cambridge Medical Center introduces Stryker joint replacement robot to the regionOpen house scheduled to demonstrate innovative robotic technology Cambridge, Minn. (April 14, 2022) — Cambridge Medical Center, Cambridge, Minnesota, is now home to the newest surgical robot in the region — the Stryker Mako Robotic Assisted-Arm™. The Stryker robot assists surgeons performing knee and hip replacements. It has been in use since February at Cambridge Medical Center. “We are excited to have
North 65 Chamber Announces Spring 2022 Senior Fair & Health Screenings March 22, 2022 – (rev. 4/19/22) The Chamber is pleased to announce the launch of their annual Senior Fair & Health Screenings to take place on Thursday, April 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, at the City Center Mall, in Cambridge, Minnesota. The Chamber has organized this free event every year since 2015. There is no pre-registration required. There are approximately 200 seniors and senior caregivers that attend. Despite Covid, last
North 65 Chamber to co-host Midwest Economic Outlook SummitFeaturing national and regional experts in agriculture, energy, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, and technology.Isanti, MN (March 7, 2022) -- The North 65 Chamber is proud to partner with the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber to bring the Midwest Economic Outlook Summit to our region on March 24, 2022. This summit is the first event in a four-part Midwest Summit series that will convene regional and national industry experts and thought
Chamber Luncheons to Focus on the State of the City & State of the County in February, March, and April The North 65 Chamber, which represents businesses in the cities of Cambridge, Isanti and the surrounding area, will host a trio of luncheons giving business leaders the opportunity to hear from the mayors of both cities and the Isanti County administrator. Each speaker will present the highlights from 2021 and plans for 2022. A question-and-answer session will follow, as time allows. “It’s important
Focused, relevant content that provides North 65 Chamber members with valuable training, resources, and business community connections.Thank you to our talented guest speakers for sharing their insights and valuable information with us. _____________________________________________**POWER YOUR LUNCH HOUR PROGRAM ARCHIVE:January 2021 - "5 Ways Personal Wellness Leads to Business Success"February 2021 - "Online Marketing Rapid Workshop"March 2021 - "Canva Design Workshop"April 2021 - "Instagram for
PRESENTATION VIDEO (YOUTUBE)RESOURCE HANDOUT Dementia: You CAN Make A Difference Presented by Julie Tooker, Team Lead, Cambridge ACT on Alzheimer'sLearn tips on how you can support your staff who are caregiving, local resources that are available, and what we can do to build a more dementia friendly community._____________________________________________**POWER YOUR LUNCH HOUR PROGRAM ARCHIVE:January 2021 - "5 Ways Personal Wellness Leads to Business Success"February 2021 - "Online Marketing Rapid
PRESENTATION VIDEO (YouTube)MICRO TRAINING PLANNING WORKSHEET (pdf)Implementing Micro-Training to Drive ResultsPresented by Lena Scullard, LMS Productions Managers and business leaders understand the impact a training program can have on their ability to recruit, develop and retain skilled employees. Most also acknowledge the goals they could achieve if their workforce could increase their level of performance. For many small businesses however, training programs are often expensive and a logistical