Month: November 2016

Become an effective leader in the workplace: Tips from Certified Coach Todd Weinstein

Gavia Partners founder Todd Weinstein provides chamber members a step-by-step process to effective leadership coaching.


Giving thanks here at home in Arizona and across the country

Getting back to the business of good governance is just one of several things for which I am grateful during...

Farm field to airfield: Phoenix Sky Harbor’s 80 years of world-class service

November is Aviation History Month and presents an opportunity to trace how Sky Harbor has grown.


Greater Phoenix Chamber CEO says Lake Mead is key to state’s health

Arizona Business Daily Reports | Nov 14, 2016 Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd Sanders said in...


Legacy of Arizona female leadership inspires Ambassador Barrett

Inspired by leaders before her Ambassador Barbara Barrett shares Arizona's legacy of female leadership.


Successful Arizona entrepreneurs share special ingredients to business success

Successful business owners share tips on thriving in today’s economy for in honor of National Entrepreneurs Day on Nov. 15.


Sen. Flake shares post-election hopes and concerns for the Trump presidency

Flake shared his reaction, concerns and hopes for working with the Trump administration.

As minimum wage is set to increase local business leaders are wary of bottom line

"While we support fair wages, Prop. 206 is not an effective economic policy,” said GPCC Public Affairs VP Mike Huckins.


Greater Phoenix Chamber offers tips to help businesses prepare for Generation Z employees

“Gen Z wants honesty and face-to-face conversations; they want to be a contributor and be taken seriously," said David Bruno.


Distracted Walking: CopperPoint Insurance Companies shares startling statistics

ER visits for injuries involving distracted pedestrians on cellphones more than doubled between 2004 and 2010.