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This series is hosted free of charge for all ELs. Next quarter’s C-suite webinar will focus on sales and market- ing and is scheduled for May 20th at 3:00pm EST. With a sales focus in this webinar, the discussion will be centered around recreating a sales strategy when a client base has been significantly disrupted. Spring Meeting Training The AICC Spring Meeting has traditionally been a gath- ering place of familiar EL faces and this year will be no different. The delegates are excited for the first in-person EL event this year and look forward to the training that will be offered during the Spring Meeting, that will be held in Amelia Island, Florida. This year’s Spring Meeting training will be led by pro- gram sponsor, Scott Ellis, in advance of publishing his new book, “Uncluttered Life.” The workshop will provide activ-
ities to help ELs identify individual goals and aspirations that are important to them, in order to help them create During one of their networking meetings, ELs participated in an axe-throwing event.
a three-year plan of professional and per- sonal goals. The workshop will also provide resources to continue the work of reducing the clutter of activities, personal history and distractions from work and home. This train- ing will be offered virtually for those that are unable to attend the in-person event. Regional Ambassadors Along with planning networking events and trainings, the ELs have launched a new initiative to reach out to prospective ELs within the AICC association and grow mem- bership. The Regional Ambassadors are current ELs who have volunteered to recruit new members and plan regional events as Covid restrictions are lifted. They will be identifying prospective ELs and reaching out to AICC member companies to spread the word and share the benefits of partici- pating in the program. “We’ve had several ELs who were get- ting a lot out of the program and wanted to find a way to get involved. From those conversations, the Regional Ambassador positions were created. We see this as an excellent opportunity to help our ELs net- work with industry professionals in their geographical region and to grow the pro- gram by seeking out more of the industry’s motivated young professionals,” said Cassi. Freshman Delegate Position As the program has evolved, so has the structure of the leadership. In October, Lau- ren Frisch of Wasatch Container, was elect- ed as Freshman Delegate of the Emerging Leaders. The Freshman Delegate position was created to give the incoming delegate enough time to familiarize themselves with
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