How to be the change-maker in your business and community
From the Central Florida Christian Chamber of Commerce
Award-winning TEDx speaker, trainer, and social impact entrepreneur David Prosper is the keynote presenter for the Chamber’s monthly relationship-building event, Thursday, December 10, noon – 1:15 p.m.
In his presentation, “What Can Innovation & Inclusion Produce?”, Prosper will address the importance of innovation and inclusion in the workplace.
“The future belongs to those who innovate and reinvent themselves,” Prosper says. “When leaders get better, families get better, communities get better, schools get better, the government gets better—and that means the world gets better.”
Prosper is the founder and CEO of Shepherd Revolution, a faith-based leadership organization. He created the Global Youth Leadership summit and hosts the Leadership Revolution.
Prosper’s vision is a world where healthier families and communities are the new standard. A primary way to achieve that is through multi-generational workplace leaders who understand innovation and inclusion and are inspired to be change-makers in their communities. These are some of the key takeaways he will offer the audience.
Attendees can also look forward to a Christmas music bonus as the featured guests at this event, The Caroling Co., will put everyone in the holiday spirit.
The cost of this relationship-building event is $10 for Chamber members, $15 for guests. There is the option to attend virtually from the comfort of your office or home, or join the in-person watch party at the Canterbury Conference Center, 1601 Alafaya Trail, Oviedo, where an optional full-service buffet lunch is available for an additional $18.
If you’re unable to make the event on Thursday, there is another option to join the beachside watch party replay on Friday, December 11, 11 a.m., at eXp Realty, 148 S. Ridgewood Ave., in Daytona Beach.
This life- and business-changing event is hosted by the Chamber’s Young Professional Network and is sponsored by Seacoast Bank. Reservations are required.
Visit CFChristianChamber.com to reserve your space; login information for the virtual event and complete details for the in-person watch party will be emailed to you. Watch party doors open at 11:30 a.m.; virtual program begins at noon. Relationship-building time will follow the program. Young professionals are invited to unite after the program (virtually or in-person) for an interest and talkback meeting.
Central Florida Christian Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization for Christian businesses across Central Florida and beyond. Their mission is to build Kingdom, build Business, and build Community through engagements and greater exposure in the business community. For additional information, visit CFChristianChamber.com.