Location: Eggspectation(6010 University Boulevard, Ellicott City MD 21043) Featured Speaker: Claudio Toyama, CEO of Toyama & Co.
Three Essential Keys to Your Business Success
What are the three essential keys that will help you be a successful entrepreneur?
Business is business, friendship is friendship…or are they?
The importance of going beyond systems
Claudio Toyama will share the actions he took to successfully grow his company in a new market where he knew no one and that you will be able to apply to new and current markets to grow your own business to new levels.
Award-winning international speaker Claudio Toyama is the CEO of Toyama & Co., a leadership consultancy specializing in building sustainable peak performance cultures around the world. Claudio's ability to create paradigm shifts in corporate culture results in more thoughtful leadership, a staff of brand ambassadors and customers who feel the difference and embrace it. He is the author of the #1 international best-seller book "The Samurai Samba Vinci Way: How to Improve Your Executive Presence, Increase Trust and Lead Your Team at a World-Class Level". He is a Forbes contributor, and a featured guest on TV, including NBC and FOX. He lives with his daughter outside Washington, DC (USA) and consults around the world. Meet Claudio at www.toyamaco.com
Members: Early Bird - $35 in advance (by noon on March 19), $50 day of meeting Non-members: $50
For more information, please contact Doris Walsh, Director of Membership
One of the unique features of BWN is that we are ACTIVE supporters of our Howard County community. Not only do our members support each other as women in the business world, but we also harness the collective power of our membership to support the vital service work of various local organizations.
This month, help us support Girls On The Run Central Maryland; a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Columbia, MD. Trained coaches lead small teams through a research-based curricula which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.
During our March 21 meeting, we will be collecting the following items:
mini first aid kits
instant ice packs
gallon ziploc bags
kitchen trash bags
3 x 5 index cards
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BWN began in 1979 as 'The Women's Network' with the goal of providing an informal networking setting for women. In 1992, the group refocused to provide a more formal networking organization and incorporated in November of that year.
A volunteer board of directors runs BWN, which has nearly 200 members representing large and small businesses, non-profits, government and private organizations. Although most members live or work in Howard County, individuals from all over the Baltimore/ Washington Corridor area attend monthly meetings.