Whether you’re a small business seeking training or looking to expand or grow your network, the Chamber has a variety of professional development programs to help members of all sizes and phases. These programs, offer a remarkable return on members’ investment.
Moore County Leadership Institute
Since 1989 the Chamber has conducted the Moore County Leadership Institute (MCLI) with the mission of developing effective leaders. The goal of the program is to develop a broader base of informed, committed, and qualified individuals capable of providing dynamic leadership forMooreCounty. This is a year long program.
Not for Profit Management Training
The mission of this program is to provide leadership development, resources, training, and best practices about peak-performing boards in the non profit community. New, veteran and prospective board members, as well as executive directors and staff, will all benefit from participating in the Not-for-Profit Management Training Program by learning and acting upon the principles of dynamic board leadership. This is a six half-day session program conducted over a 5-month timeframe.
Business Institute is a web based training program for any business to utilize. It is designed to provide training on a variety of topics that are pre-recorded or live webinairs. It is an excellent resource for training small groups of staff or updating your knowledge on the latest marketing tools.
Small Business Network
The primary purpose of the Small Business Network (SBN) is to share and develop business ideas for owners and lead managers of businesses. SBN meetings occur bi-monthly either for lunch or breakfast.
Human Resources Executives Association
The mission of Human Resources Executives Association (HREA) is to serve and support Moore County Chamber Members by providing networking forums and professional development programs. HREA is available to anyone seeking information on HR issues and you do not have to be an HR professional to join. Smaller businesses will benefit from the information participants share or receive at the programs. HREA meets seven times per year.
Ambassadors are highly visible, volunteers who serve as the Chamber’s primary liaison to the membership. Considered the goodwill arm of the Chamber, the Ambassador committee plays an essential role in member communication and retention, and each Ambassador is charged with conveying member’s needs, questions and concerns to Chamber staff, keeping our Chamber in line with our member’s desires. Ambassadors meets monthly.