The Michigan Legislature finished the first quarter of the legislative session last week, before heading home for a summer in-district work period. The Chamber had a successful six months with many priorities becoming law, however there is still much work to be done when the Legislature resumes in September.
As chamber leaders, we need to try our best to predict 26 years (or maybe just 6 at our current rate of change) into the future and develop a plan to position our organizations for success. To provide value for our members and the community, we must lead by anticipating what the future holds and doing our best to create and lead the change.
As members of the Chamber’s events team, we hear it time and time again … “You plan events for a living? That must be so much fun. Your life is like one big party!” Well, kind of.more »
There are simple things you can do every day to set yourself up to live life to the fullest and achieve the longest life possible.
To get you thinking about how daily activities can impact your life-span, we’ve put the Blue Zones Power 9 principles in action.
On June 16, we welcome Tony Buettner to share his expert knowledge about the Blue Zones Project at the Health Care Summit. Blue Zones was featured on the Today show on May 30 and 31. Learn about what makes a Blue Zone and how to change your life (and business).