Linda DiMario Opens Executive Workshop with a Perspective on the Region’s Economic Landscape

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

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Linda DiMario, executive vice president, Greater Irvine Chamber opened a workshop for C-Suite executives, detailing Irvine and Orange County’s dynamic economic landscape.

Opening Executive Next Practices Institute’sDisrupt HR 7.0 workshop, DiMario explained how a growing life science and med-tech sector, record-low unemployment, and a talented career-ready workforce make the region the ideal place to do business.

“The opportunity to set the stage for this amazing roster of professionals to share their expertise and perspectives on how to manage the challenges facing companies today was an honor," said DiMario. “The Chamber is deeply engaged in workforce development as a growth strategy for our companies and their insights greatly inform our continuing work.”

A number of CEOs and leading HR professionals also shared insights of the future of organizational design, communication, and operational and rewards strategies.

Executives who attended the Sept. 26 workshop represented middle- to large-market enterprise organizations across manufacturing, distribution, service, technology, and healthcare industry sectors.

The Executive Next Practices Institute is an established network of C-level and executive leaders who meet to review “first look” innovations in business and leadership strategies. The collaborative sessions are held within a non-solicitation environment to encourage leaders to engage, create, and build powerful business relationships.

Click here for a full list of speakers and for more information on the Disrupt HR 7.0 workshop.

Category: Chamber News