Knowing what you need to have available to help recover is the first step in making the right kind of preparations. Learn how to create a Go To document for critical records to save time contacting city, state and federal departments after the disaster. Also learn how to create and maintain a home inventory to save time completing insurance or police reports. Presenter: Linda Putnam, Owner, Restore Your Niche. Read more about Disaster Preparedness for Homeowners
Presenter: Kimberly Lang, author of The Power and Glory (2011)
If you’re confused, overwhelmed, or simply mystified about what it takes to get your book from your desk onto a bookstore shelf, then this workshop has the answers you need. Learn the basics of the business, including publishing models, what agents actually do, and how to protect yourself from scam artists.
USA Today bestselling author, Kimberly Lang is a former ballet dancer and English teacher. She is president of the Heart of Dixie chapter of Romance Writers of America and a founding member of the The Writing Playground, a website for aspiring authors. Her forthcoming 2012 title is Redemption of a Hollywood Starlet.
Join us on Monday, March 19, for an Overview of Dyslexia presented by Cindy Hall. She will discuss the warning signs of dyslexia, screenings and test to diagnose dyslexia, and where to go for help in remediating a dyslexic student. Read more about Overview of Dyslexia @ Madison
Join us on Monday, March 19, for an Overview of Dyslexia presented by Cindy Hall. She will discuss the warning signs of dyslexia, screenings and test to diagnose dyslexia, and where to go for help in remediating a dyslexic student.
Cindy Hall is the Director of the Dyslexia Center at Lindsay Lane Christian School in Athens, and is trained using the Orton-Gillingham method for remediating dyslexia. She has 30 years of classroom experience, and has been working with dyslexic students for the past 6 years. Cindy has also been published in a national teacher's magazine, and has been a speaker at teachers' conferences.
Small Business Lunch & Learn: “Disaster Preparedness for Your Business”
Monday, April 2, 2012
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library, 915 Monroe Street
Second Floor Events Room
Presenter: Linda Putnam, Restore Your Niche
Small to medium sized businesses are the most vulnerable in the event of an emergency. According to the Institute for Business and Home Safety, an estimated 25 percent of businesses do not reopen following a major disaster. How long a business is disrupted is dependent on how well the plan to recover was developed.
There are many risks for a small business owner to manage. Some you can control and some come out of the blue. Learn how to complete a Risk Assessment Checklist and make simple changes to protect your profits.
Logic Models are powerful planning tools used to graphically define an organization’s programs, initiatives, or the sum total of the organization’s work. Logic models are excellent for strategic planning, and some funders require logic models for grant applications. Learn the purpose, theory, and structure of logic models, and take away worksheets to begin building one for your organization.
Want to be your own boss? A nationally recognized independent representative, Jenny Johnson, will talk about how to get started and be successful at March's Small Business Lunch & Learn. Read more about Want to be Your Own Boss?
Small Business Lunch & Learn: "Life as an Independent Representative"
Monday, March 5, 12 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Main Library, 915 Monroe Street
Second Floor Events Room
Jenny Johnson, independent chocolatier and manager with Dove Chocolate Discoveries, will discuss the pros and cons of being your own boss. She will bring her 15-plus years of business experience to the table, sharing practical tips for starting and running a small business.
Bring a sack lunch. Drinks will be provided. No registration is required.