Claire Shipman, ABC News contributor and New York Times bestselling author, is the keynote speaker at the March 11 Women's Leadership Conference. She answered four questions for us leading up to the event.
Voters' Guide is Live
Prepare yourself for the March 15 primary election with the Chamber's Voters' Guide. This online resource includes links to each candidate's campaign website and social media presence.
ConnectNC Invests in Our Future
Connect NC is a bond initiative that makes vital investments in North Carolina without raising taxes. It will create better job training opportunities for the 21st century and make our state safer and better prepared.
Help Chamber Define Goals
The Chamber is conducting an organizational assessment to define goals for 2016-19, and your feedback is critical to the success of this process. Current members please complete this short survey; previous members please complete this one. If you have already participated in the survey, thank you!
How Emerging Entrepreneurial Hubs Are Becoming America's New Boomtowns
Two studies released last week indicate that at least a handful of smaller cities in the U.S., including the Raleigh-Durham area, are emerging as places that investors and entrepreneurs are increasingly making bets.
Avoid Damage and Disruption at Work
From hiring practices and workers' comp to discrimination and harassment ---- join us to learn about elements of risk management that can stop problems before they occur.
Moving Toward World-class Teacher Preparation
What 21st century strategies will prepare top educators to teach and lead in our public schools? Find out on March 2 at an event hosted by Cooperating Raleigh Colleges in partnership with the Wake County Public Schools System.
Council Approves Raleigh Arts Plan
The Raleigh City Council formally adopted the Raleigh Arts Plan at its meeting last week. The plan identifies needs and suggests bold projects. Read an overview of the plan here and download the full plan here.
7 Timeless Communication Tips from Abraham Lincoln
In addition to his leadership legacy, Abraham Lincoln was an outstanding conversationalist---- and many of his communication principles are applicable today.