Susan Harris Speaks At Walker County Chamber Feb. 25

Monday, February 03, 2014

Susan Harris, president of See Rock City Attractions, will be the keynote speaker during the Walker County Chamber of Commerce’s February Membership Luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 11:30 a.m. at the Walker County Civic Center.  She will discuss “People-Centric Organizational Culture.”  

Ms. Harris will speak on how with a focus on mission and a framework of shared values, See Rock City, Inc. is building a culture that facilitates partner (employee) and organizational success.  By centering on people – guests and partners – and supporting leadership development with disciplined management, the company is enjoy the successful growth of its iconic brand, she said. 

Ms. Harris, SPHR, joined the executive staff at See Rock City as the director of Human Resources & Organizational Development in June 2008 and has served as the president of SRC Attractions since early 2013.  She is an HRCI certified Senior Professional in Human Resources with a 20-year track record of hands-on experience in strategic HR operations. 

365 Degree Total Marketing will have a featured spotlight table at the event.  Attendees will be invited to visit with this organization during registration and after the event.  Spotlight table hosts will be given two minutes to describe their organization during the program.  Door prizes will be sponsored by 365 Degree Total Marketing. 

The cost to attend is $15 per person for Chamber Members and $25 per person for non-Chamber Members.  Registration includes a meal provided by No Small Affair. Registration will end on Sunday at midnight prior to the event and no walk-ins will be accepted.  Non-Chamber members are required to pay by Visa or MasterCard at the time of registration.

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