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🚗Micro Enterprise Symposium
October 12, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Fauquier Chamber Micro Enterprise Symposium
October 12, 2018
8:00am – 12:00pm
Hosted by: Lord Fairfax Community College / Fauquier Campus
Take concrete, measurable action toward your business goals!
Receive practical insights and actionable advice on relevant business topics in this half day symposium held at the LFCC Fauquier Campus.
This highly interactive and relational event features networking opportunities and three learning tracks, each geared toward business owners at varying stages of their business development cycle. Whether you are a would-be entrepreneur, a fledgling business, or a well-established business, you will find value in attending.
Throughout the morning, join our speakers at the “Happiness Bar”: a networking opportunity in the main gathering area (the “Lobe” in Wolk Hall at LFCC) where attendees can meet 1:1 with event speakers to ask questions and make valuable connections. Table sponsors will also be stationed in the Lobe, and attendees are invited to use the morning to create new relationships with sponsors and each other that will benefit their businesses.
Make connections with other business owners, create new relationships, and and take action to build greater success in your business.
Track 3: Next Level Business
This track offers insights and practical advice for veteran business owners who seek to scale or expand their business beyond the “micro-business” level. Are you ready to level up? Topics include:
Are You High Performing?
Leadership is a rich and meaningful word. It stirs up a series of idealism, excitement, hope and courage. It is a word that inspires us to be our best, a word that we associate with those who have made the greatest difference in our lives. in short, leadership is a significant part of the answer to whatever challenges our organizations may face.
- Understand the five principles of the world’s greatest leaders
- Create a clear and compelling vision of the future
- Become a leader who empowers others and brings out their best
- Learn how to organize and manage your priorities so that big things control little things
Featured Speaker: Victor S. Angry, Owner, Echo Nine Solutions
Mr. Angry is the author of his new book, Angry Leadership: My Seven Guiding Principles of Leadership. He holds a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Central Michigan University; a bachelor’s degree in Justice Administration from Hawaii Pacific University and an Associate’s degree in Leader Development from Hawaii Pacific University. His company, Echo Nine Solutions offers the highest level of training for existing and emerging leaders through the use of proven best practices in leadership. High Performance Leadership enables companies to develop and implement transformational leadership and succession-planning initiatives though seminars, retreats, assessments, and one-on-one executive coaching.
Victor Angry was the first African American to hold the position as Command Sergeant Major of the entire Army National Guard and as its first Interim. He was responsible for more than 368,200 Soldiers in all 50 states, 3 territories and the District of Columbia. He is an unwavering advocate and supporter of all who are working towards bettering themselves. Community is essential to him, he ardently believes that helping others become successful is the key to our own success, as well as the key to maintaining thriving communities. Which is why in the middle of a very full life, he gives one night a week and one weekend a month as a volunteer firefighter with the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department (DCVFD).