Category: Member Resources

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Cooper/Tarvin Insurance Agency Inc. – GBQ Member of the Week – May 15, 2017

Currently Cooper/Tarvin Insurance Agency, Inc. serves the insurance needs of about 2,450 individuals and families, and the insurance needs of 475 business concerns in Clermont County and adjacent areas. Our office includes a state-of-the-art computer system for record keeping. In addition, we have a special rating computer so that instant rate Continue Reading

“Only three things happen naturally in organizations…

“Only three things happen naturally in organizations…   …friction, confusion, and under performance.  Everything else requires leadership.” We love this quote from Peter Drucker, because we at the LEAD Clermont Academy are dedicated to developing and deploying the best of leaders to improve our great county!

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Helicopters, Squirrels and Robots

Helicopters, Squirrels and Robots…..  Duke Energy is more than just electric! Did you know…   Duke Energy trims trees with helicopters? Duke Energy is on the cutting edge of robot technology? Duke Energy protects our reptiles and furry friends? Join us on May 19 and hear from Warren Walker, Duke Energy Continue Reading

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Bin There Dump That – GBQ Member of the Week!

 Bin There Dump That – GBQ Member of the Week!  Bin There Dump That Cincinnati South and Northern Kentucky is a family owned, independent franchise operated by Janet and John Gauch. The Gauch’s are committed to the Cincinnati community and are in the process of raising four children (and anyone who Continue Reading

LEAD Breakfast focuses on Good to Great and the Social Sectors

LEAD Breakfast April 13th found two dozen LEAD Alumni learning about “Good to Great and the Social Sectors – why business thinking is not the answer.” Summarizing key points from this Jim Collin’s best selling book,  LEAD Alumni engaged in a inspiring brain storming session on ways to apply these points to Continue Reading

Did You Know?

Did you know these facts about LEAD Clermont Academy:   Did you know that the number of LEAD programs has grown from 1 to 4 during the past 12 months?   LEAD Ready for high schoolers; LEAD Emerge  for young professionals; LEAD Classic the flagship community LEADership program dating back 25 years; LEAD Over for alumni Continue Reading

Does mentoring make a difference?

As the 2016-17 school year winds down, we asked students what the One-To-One Mentoring program did for them. Here’s what one student said: “My experience with my mentor has been very helpful and enjoyable. With his help, I have been able to solidify plans and understand what it is to be successful. Continue Reading

The last LEAD Ready class of 24 students from Goshen High School

Student LEADership Council formation at Goshen High School The last LEAD Ready class for 24 high school juniors (and 1 sophomore) meets Friday to put the final touches on their “Promise” – the formation of a “Student LEADership Council.” “This is an innovative and creative approach to student leadership,” said Goshen Continue Reading

LEAD Emerge class meets Wed the 19th

Eleven emerging LEADers meet this Wed with their sixth class focused on the leadership practice of Encourage the Heart. These young professionals will also work with metrics as a means of tracking progress and identifying opportunities to challenge the process. LEAD Emerge is a leadership program offered by the LEAD Clermont Continue Reading

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Clermont SBDC “Sunrise Series” Coffee and Capital

Learn about the low-to-no cost business counseling and training services offered by the SBDC to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Hear the small business banking and small business loan market trends, and the products and services offered by the host bank. Network with Clermont County consumers and businesses, share your business story. Continue Reading

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