DATE: June 30, 2021
TIME: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
COST: First 40 members FREE registration
$20 members / $30 non-members
What is the Excellence Exchange?
The Lancaster Chamber’s Excellence Exchange is a professional development and networking opportunity for leaders -- a place for local and regional business professionals to share noteworthy business practices and participate in small group discussions, facilitating conversation among high-level attendees on how to implement lessons learned within their workplaces.
Here’s what to expect!
Over the course of the past year and a half, the Lancaster County business community has navigated the evolving demands of a public health crisis, developing innovative solutions to address the complex challenges faced across our community.
Lancaster County’s rich history is infused with powerful stories of adaptation and resilience in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. From the impact of sociohistorical events to the evolution of our local economy and today’s current crisis, the Lancaster County business community has demonstrated an exceptional capacity to overcome adversity.
We are excited to provide the opportunity to hear from three local organizations about their history in Lancaster County, including the transformation of their structures and locations, their relationship with the community, workforce needs and development, and moments of resiliency.
Following the panel discussion, we will transition to virtual breakout rooms to share and discuss successful strategies implemented this past year to increase organizational resiliency. We will return to the main session to wrap up the program with a moderated Q&A with our panelists.
The Demuth Foundation’s exhibition, Smokestacks and Skyscrapers: Modern Moments from the 20th Century, is on display at the Demuth Museum, focusing on the urban landscape of the first half of the 20th century. The modern lens through which these buildings are captured portrays the dynamic interplay between industry and community.
Generous support for this project is provided to the Demuth Foundation by Art Bridges and funds the registration fee of the first 40 member attendees.
- Develop an understanding of the evolution of our local economy
- Hear stories of the ways in which Lancaster County businesses have overcome challenges from past to present
- Discuss effective strategies to increase resiliency in the workplace during roundtable breakout rooms
- Build connections and network with local leaders
- Abby Baer, Executive Director, Demuth Foundation
- Scott Spencer, General Council/Chief Administrative Officer, Ecore International
- Dr. Gordon Zook, Chief Executive Officer, Ten Thousand Villages
Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges.
Support our Sponsors:
As we continue to offer programming, the access fees help offset the cost for our staff coordination and organization as we also navigate the difficult landscape for business during this current crisis. However, we understand that businesses are at varying levels of financial stability and if the fee is a barrier to your access, please contact us at [email protected] so we can ensure you are able to register. Our goal is to be an effective, informative resource for you at this time and want to help how we can.
For any Membership information or questions, please reach out to [email protected].