Courtesy of Dominican University of Californ
50 Acacia Avenue
San Rafael, California 94901
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dr. David Mitroff, Founder and Chief Consultant for Piedmont Avenue Consulting, Inc. will be guest presenter at a free online Business Edge Briefing Series event hosted by Dominican University of California on Thursday, September 22, from 11 a.m. to noon.
To register for the online Zoom event -- "Are You Working IN Your Business or ON Your Business? Know the Difference to GROW Your Business" -- follow this link: https://bit.ly/3R6s2ru
The general public -- along with Dominican students, faculty, staff, and alumni -- can register for free.
Dr. Mitroff, a leading business development strategist, has guided many companies’ business growth producing fantastic results. Mitroff questions assumptions, offers creative ideas and encourages new initiatives from strategy through implementation. His wealth of knowledge is transferred to clients, leading to heightened sales, increased customer experiences, and enhanced relationship-building techniques. Mitroff uses practical case studies that are relevant to what many experience or will experience when growing a business.
Cynthia Murray, President and CEO of North Bay Leadership Council, will serve as moderator for the virtual event. Dr. Denise Lucy, Executive Director of the Institute for Leadership Studies in the Barowsky School of Business, will serve as host.
For more information, call 415-485-3202 or email email ILS@dominican.edu.
Business Edge Briefings are a series of panel discussions especially for organizational leaders and business owners. Discussions are designed to highlight cutting-edge strategies and techniques for businesses to be resilient and competitive in domestic and global business environments.
Bank of Marin is the lead sponsor for Business Edge Briefings, which is hosted by the Institute for Leadership Studies (ILS) in partnership with the Dominican University of California Barowsky School of Business and the North Bay Leadership Council.
Business Edge Briefings seek to ignite innovation, inspire creativity and ultimately increase profits and productivity. It also brings successful business professionals to Dominican to share their knowledge and experience with students, alumni, faculty and staff and the larger Bay Area community. As Dominican professors strive to bridge academic theory with real world experience and learning, the Business Edge Briefing series provides a consistent tool for strengthening the application of theory in the business world.
Organization: Barowsky School of Business
Contact: Yesica Diaz-Gomez
Contact Phone: 415-485-3202