The Chamber’s first luncheon of 2009 will be from from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Jan. 8 at Maggiano’s DTC, 7401 S. Clinton St. in Englewood. The luncheon speaker Terri Norvell, founder of The Inner Prize will talk about her life experiences and what led her to business coaching.
At the Inner Prize, a training, consulting & coaching organization, Terri works with companies to help them tap into the true power source of their organization—their people. She is a high-energy speaker, workshop leader and performance facilitator with a focus on assisting people to gain greater knowledge, trust and courage. Terri has quickly become one of the most requested presenters in the areas dealing with change, overcoming challenges, effective communication and taking bold actions. Her programs have empowered and inspired thousands of people in hundreds of cities both nationally and internationally.
Her business background includes a degree in Business Administration and more than 20 years experience in organizational development, business development, training, marketing and sales. Her experience includes serving as Vice President for a $1.2 B property management and development firm as the youngest female VP; and as General Manager for a $9 million temporary housing company.