Next Monthly Meeting, February 13, 2018

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February Speaker: Jon Saints, Senior Engineer at Digital Globe

Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018, 7:00 AM

12 Members Attending

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February Speaker: Jon Saints, Senior Engineer at Digital Globe

In February we are pleased to host Jon Saints, a Senior Engineer at Digital Globe.  He will be speaking about the company’s mission and their satellite imagery interpretation.

Jon is a graduate of the University of Arizona and a Fulbright scholar.  He has lead tech initiatives for startups as well as large tech companies.  Jon is seasoned software engineer, proven innovator, and business leader.  Currently he is a Senior Manager at DigitalGlobe working to unlock insights from DigitalGlobe’s massive library of high-resolution satellite images which cover every inch of the planet for the past 15 years.

Q1 Happy Hour – 2/20, 3-5pm

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DAB Happy Hour

Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018, 3:00 PM

2 Members Attending

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Kickoff Party for the New Year – Wednesday, January 24th, 4:30-6:30pm

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DAB Annual Kickoff Party

Wednesday, Jan 24, 2018, 4:30 PM

29 Members Attending

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Next Monthly Meeting, January 9, 2018

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January Speaker: Beth Smith, Interviewing Techniques

Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, Jan 9, 2018, 7:00 AM

4 Members Attending

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January Speaker: Beth Smith, Interviewing Techniques

Beth Smith has been empowering business owners, hiring managers and human resource directors for over a decade to interview and hire the right person the first time. She discovered the importance of the interviewing process when she made a poor hiring decision, which almost led to the demise of her first company.

After launching an enormous research project so that she could learn how to conduct more effective interviews, she concluded that there is a science to interviewing. She also discovered that many managers are thrown into the interview room, scrambling to figure out what to ask and what to listen for, instead of actually being taught how to conduct an effective interview. Beth’s mission has become to transform the world through the interview processin order to promote happy and productive work environments for both employers and employees. To do this, she created A-list Interviews.

Through the research she did on the interview process and through the almost 20,000 candidates that she has interviewed, Beth developed the Response Analysis System™. Studies done on the Response Analysis System™ show that 91% of those who were interviewed and then hired based on the Response Analysis System™ are still employed by the company 12 months later. The power of this system is from the advanced ability to listen to job applicants and measure their fit into an organization both culturally and for skill level.

Beth graduated from the University of Texas in 1995 with degrees in History and Social Work with a minor in English. She also studied Psychology, Philosophy, and Child Development. She has won several awards within her community and industry, such as, Women Who Make a Difference in Boulder, Business Owner of the Year, Certificates of Service for The Hill Alliance, and The Responsible Hospitality Group.

She currently lives in Boulder with her family. In her free time, Beth is the Orientation Coordinator for PawsCo, a Colorado animal rescue organization. She is also an avid swimmer, loves to lift weights and is a die-hard football fan.

Next Monthly Meeting, December 12, 2017

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December Speaker: Chris Natzke, Creating a 2018 Plan for YOU

Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017, 7:00 AM

66 Members Went

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December Speaker: Chris Natzke, Creating a 2018 Plan for YOU

Have you ever created exciting plans for the new year only to wake up a few months after the beginning the new year to find you have not begun work on any of them?

In this dynamic and engaging presentation, life-leadership coach, martial arts master instructor and former national champion, Chris Natzke, will share strategies for creating a powerful annual plan and share championship tools to assist you to stay on track throughout the year. 

Topics include:

1)  Process is Primary – Determining where you are, where you want to go and WHY

2)  Living a “Be/Do/Have” Life – Embracing empowering ways of BEing to positively impact your life

3)  Forward Focus Thinking – Moving “Through” not “To” by using obstacles for your learning, upliftment and growth

4)  Making the Way Clear – Releasing distractions so you can fully focus on your intentions for the new year by using the 5 D’s

5)  The Power of the Plan – Pre-Planning for success and preparing for when thing DON’T go right

6)  Inspired Action – Moving out of your Comfort Zone, avoiding your Panic Zone and living in your Stretch Zone

For over four decades, Chris Natzke has been a dedicated student and teacher of the martial arts, achieving the rank of 7th Degree Black Belt/Master Instructor, ranking him in the top 1% of all martial artists in the world.  Also an accomplished national competitor, Chris won the United States National Taekwondo Championships in 1999.  In 1995, he left a very successful career in corporate sales to create his martial arts organization, the Colorado Alliance of Martial Arts (CAMA).  Since that time, the lives of thousands of students (both children and adults) and their families have been positively impacted through his teachings, with over 600 students reaching junior and advanced ranks of Black Belt. 

Now Chris is taking his impactful message beyond the walls of the martial arts school and out into the world.  Businesses and organizational leaders are positively impacted by his message highlighting his “7 Qualities of Black Belt Leadership”.  These qualities represent his journey over four decades in martial arts, personal development, motivation and leadership.  In addition to his work with companies and organizations, Chris has also impacted thousands both in the Denver area and nationally through his “Kindness Counts” program.  Through his programs, school-age children are taught bully-proofing verbal self-defense skills as well as the benefits of non-violent conflict resolution.  As a result, over 250,000 documented random acts of kindness have been generated in the Denver community since 2005.

Chris holds a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from Northwestern University and a Masters in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica.  He is also the author of the newly published book, Black Belt Leadership: 7 Keys to Creating a Life of Purpose by Discovering Your Inner Champion.

Chris Natzke’s principles of success and leadership have transformed the lives of literally thousands of students, business professionals and organizational leaders. His message of inspiration, empowerment and belief in one’s self, leaves audiences moved and inspired to take decisive action in creating the lives and careers of their dreams while making a positive, profound and lasting impact in their world.

 

4th Q Happy Hour – Thursday, December 7, 3pm

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DAB Happy Hour

Thursday, Dec 7, 2017, 3:00 PM

24 Members Went

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