Starting in June 2018, PBG will be running a Mentoring-for-Leadership style lunch series entitled "Twelve @ Twelve". This is where 12 of our local business owners and entrepreneurs interested in positions of leadership and seeking guidance in an area of business, can have lunch with a fellow industry leader, entrepreneur or business owner that may already be in a leadership position or in that area of business that they are interested in.
The leaders that will participate as the featured guests in this mentoring for leadership series are community leaders in Henry County. Each month, one of these leaders will discuss their career trajectory and benefits and challenges of holding a position of leadership. Topics addressed may include a speaker's personal journey to their current position, strategies for being an effective leader, challenges they have faced, tips and lessons they learned, etc.
The leaders that will participate as the featured guests in this mentoring for leadership series are community leaders in Henry County. These include Commissioner Chair June Wood; Superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis; Henry County Manager, Cheri Matthews; Sharon Ponder, Chamber Chair Elect and Vice President of Finance at Bennett International; Dr. Elna Poulard, Chamber Education Committee Chair and Founder of Family Support Circle; Brent Huckaby, Vice President at BBandT; Dr. Thomas Hynes, President of Clayton State University; Deborah Armstrong, CEO of Piedmont Henry, Representative Geoff Cauble of the Georgia House of Representatives,and Leonard Sledge, Executive Director of the Development Authority.
Presenting Sponsorship benefits would include:
This luncheon series is expected to attract the attention of business owners and entrepreneurs all over the county for an afternoon of networking and empowerment through leadership. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Insight Mentoring Alignment Program (iMAP) at Family Support Circle Inc, a nonprofit organization working to achieve change by providing adolescents, youth, and young adults with mentors who can help them become positive role models and future leaders. By becoming a luncheon sponsor, you become a critical partner in this work.
Heritage Bank, a state chartered commercial bank, has been serving metro Atlanta’s Southern Crescent since 1955. The independent community bank has six full service offices, features a well-rounded offering of commercial and consumer products, and is an active, involved member of the community it serves.
Are you interested in attending a Twelve at Twelve Luncheon as a Featured Guest or Attendee? If so, you may either register online, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org