June 25th, 2014 Lunch & Learn: What Your Website Should Be Doing for Your Company
Event on 2014-06-25 11:00:00
A Special Program with Colin Clark, Michele Mattoon, and Jim McKean, for all Bloomington Area Business and Organizational Professionals
Lunch and Learn: What Your Website Should Be Doing for Your Organization with featured speaker Colin Clark is a special 2 hour interactive live event that will be held June 25th, 2014 from 11am-1pm at the I.U. Foundation Showalter House in Bloomington, Indiana. Lunch will be provided. The program is free, but advance registration is required.
To insure a high quality experience and individualized attention for all participants, attendance will be limited to 60 people. Registration is offered on a first come basis. So if you'd like to attend, don't delay! Call Derek Richey at (812) 345-9712 for more info.
* * * * * * *What Your Website Should Be Doing for Your Organization…
In today's competitive business environment, it's more important than ever that your website reflects your company culture and brand. Beyond “looking good,” your website also has to be user-friendly and optimized to deliver your message over various social media platforms. As the social media landscape continues to evolve, your website should be ready to evolve with it.
Join Coltrain Group, Leadership Bloomington-Monroe County and Tribeswell CEO Colin Clarke on June 25th for this informative and engaging live event. Colin's presentation will cover the following topics:
- Developing Your Website Content and Brand
- Search Engine Optimization
- Mobile/Responsive Design
- Social Sharing Dos and Don'ts
- Custom Functionality: What Features to Add!
About our Featured Speaker: Colin Clarke grew up on a farm outside of Veedersburg, Indiana (population 2,180). He graduated from Indiana University with a degree in History in 2006. He worked at several internet marketing and website design companies before starting Tribeswell in 2009. Locally, Tribeswell has worked with numerous companies on website development, including Bloomington Brewing Company, Taco Rocket, Uptown Cafe, and Bunger & Robertson.
To insure a high quality experience and individualized attention for all participants, attendance will be limited to 50 people. Registration is offered on a first come basis. So if you'd like to attend, don't delay! Call Derek Richey at (812) 345-9712 or contact us for more information.Program Facilitated by:Michele Mattoon – Coltrain Group, CEO
Michele Mattoon is chief executive officer of Coltrain Group LLC, and director of the non-profit National School Reform Faculty. She works with businesses, organizations, and educators around the world in professional collaboration groups, strategic planning sessions, conflict resolution, mediation and other work related to collaboration and communication. Michele is also trained in the teaching of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and regularly teaches groups techniques for managing stress. Before Michele began training and consulting, she was an educator for 26 years. She received the Hoosier Educator Award in 2000 and the Dorothy Johnson Award for Excellence in Education of Young Children in 2001. She earned her B.A from Indiana University and is a long time resident of Bloomington, Indiana.
Michele Mattoon has worked with clients from a variety of businesses and organizations, including the American Museum of Natural History, Indiana University, the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, The Deborah Meier Institute, the National School Reform Faculty, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, the VOICE youth smoking cessation program, West Palm Beach State College, and the New York City Zoo and Botanical Gardens.Jim McKean – Coltrain Group, Senior Consultant
Jim McKean is a coach, writer and consultant, based in Bloomington, Indiana. He is known for his group facilitation skills and his deep insights into business models and leadership. He is a trusted adviser to company leaders and skilled at helping leaders map new directions, at designing measurement systems to track progress against goals, identifying key leading indicators to increase the probability of success, and conducting risk analysis to lower the probability of failures in human and technical systems. Jim earned his M.B.A. from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Management and Decision Information Sciences. He completed the Six Sigma Belt training at Motorola University in Chicago and is a certified practitioner of the Franklin Covey 4 Disciplines of Execution and Vital Smarts Crucial Conversations. As Manager of Research for the IU Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jim led dozens of management consulting projects for privately held companies in the Midwest, including manufacturers, professional service companies, distributors and transport companies.
Jim McKean has worked with the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, Pratt Visual Solutions, Bloomington Tech Partnership, Indiana Health Information Exchange, Indiana University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Voice Program, Kieffer Paper Mills, NorCote, Inc, Personnel Management Company, Kocolene Development Corporation, Indiana Youth Institute, Lilly Endowment, IU Health, WFYI, Hanapin Marketing, and JGA Associates.Sponsored by:
at IU Foundation Showalter House
1500 N. State Road 46 Bypass
Bloomington, United States