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How YPs Can Speak Down Barriers

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Monday, November 2, 2015
As Pulse Young Professional’s Diversity & Inclusion chairperson, I’m incredibly proud of the intentional work Pulse members have put into chipping away at the stubborn barriers that stand between the people in our community. ...

Congrats to LG41's Pendleton Place Project Team on a Beautiful and Meaningful Job Well Done!

Posted by: Marion Mann on Thursday, September 3, 2015
Leadership Greenville Class 41's Pendleton Place Project Team has completed their hard work! We go to celebrate the beautiful outdoor space they created today, but the residents of Pendleton Place will get to enjoy it for many days to come.This ...

Haskew Announces Retirement

Posted by: Marion Mann on Thursday, August 20, 2015
After a forty-year career in chamber of commerce management and nearly twelve years as President and CEO of the Greenville Chamber, Ben Haskew announced his retirement plans today to the Chamber’s Board of Directors.Haskew came to Greenville ...

YP Perspective: Making the Leap from Employee to Independent

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Monday, August 3, 2015
Recently, I’ve read numerous articles that highlight how the younger generation of moms (i.e. current young professionals) are placing less focus and importance on career advancement in order to be more available for their children. The trend ...

Pulse Young Professionals Blog Post by Ashley Brown: Raise ‘em Up:Soul Searching for My Life Purpose

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Friday, July 3, 2015
As I sat in my hot car the other day, waiting for the light to turn that hopeful shade of green, I wrestled with the question that had been haunting me for eons…"What am I supposed to do with my life?”Before recently, everything in my ...

Showing Our True Colors: The Strength Deployment Inventory

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Earlier this year I took a SDI (Strength Deployment Inventory) class through Erwin Penland to learn how to “improve relationships and manage conflict more effectively.” Honestly, I signed up for the class because I constantly heard my ...

Congratulations Leadership Greenville Class 41!

Posted by: Marion Mann on Friday, May 22, 2015
Leadership Greenville's 41st Class adjourned with a graduation ceremony yesterday evening. It's hard to find the words to describe all that we learned and experienced, and the new and/or greatly enhanced connections we made. It is especially ...

Increasing the Impact of Women's Leadership

Posted by: Chamber Investor on Wednesday, September 17, 2014
“What is honored in a country will be cultivated there.” PlatoThe Greenville Chamber of Commerce honors individuals who assist women in reaching their full leadership potential with the ATHENA® Award at its annual meeting.To extend ...

YP Perspective: The Four Apps that Can Save Your Career

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Wednesday, August 27, 2014
As young professionals in the digital age, there are certain perks that come with growing up with the awesome technologies at the tip of our fingers. Among the services and entertainment that Uber, Yelp and SnapChat offer us at the touch of the ...

David Lominack Elected to Lead the Region’s Largest Business Organization in 2016

Posted by: Marion Mann on Thursday, August 21, 2014
The Greenville Chamber's leadership has elected local business leader David Lominack, Upstate-Midlands Market President at TD Bank, to chair its Board of Directors in 2016. In 2016, he takes on the highest leadership role for the Greenville Chamber, ...
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