Tips to fine tune the leader in you

Diane Probst presents at Center for Chamber Excellence at Texas A&M University

6 tips for the newly hired Chamber Professional

Let’s face it. Chambers of Commerce tend to lack proper onboarding methods for its executive or upper management for one reason or another. It is what it is. Let’s drill down on tips to assist the fresh new Chamber Executive or a recently hired Chamber Professional.  A question I’m hearing more and more often is… Continue reading 6 tips for the newly hired Chamber Professional

On Board to Serve

Are you on board to serving on a local, state or national level Board of Directors within your profession? Have you ever thought about how it could benefit you and your organization?

Full Circle – Ironically, it started in Bryan and circled back

What does “Full Circle” mean for Chamberology? Well, have you ever had things just happen a certain way and you really can’t believe they happened that way?

Working for a Chamber of Commerce

When I began working for a Chamber of Commerce in 1990, little did I know it would be a lifelong career for me. The statement “it gets in your blood” certainly holds true for me. Read below as I take you through my first year at the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.