Join us on Thursday, August 22 at noon for our August B Learning Lunch at Ecotrust. Suzanna Coffman of Trebuchet Group will discuss “Creating Effective Meetings for Better Results.” Did you miss our on last month’s sold-out event on Harnessing (Healthy) Conflict for Better Results? Our July lunch was so popular that we’ve invited Suzanne back for round 2 of learning around building a healthy workplace team environment!
Join us on Thursday, July 25th at noon for July's B Learning Lunch: Harnessing (Healthy) Conflict for Better Results, to be held at Hopworks Urban Brewery on SE Powell. Our speaker, Suzanne Coffman, Senior Business Advisor & Insight Activator of Trebuchet Group, will explore ways of encouraging positive, healthy, and productive conflict that can lead to better results.
Join us on June 27th for June's B Learning event brought to you by B Local PDX and hosted at the Fully Showroom on SE Water Ave. Meet with us for a morning reflection and discussion after the third annual PNW BLD! The B Local PDX conference is our biggest event of the year. It has provided opportunities to connect with others and participate in continued shared learning experiences. Continue the conversation and take time to reflect on speaker presentations, workshops, and the valuable connections you made.
Join us for May's B Learning Event brought to you by B Local PDX and hosted at Living Room Realty on NE Alberta St. You asked for more networking opportunities, so here’s your chance to network with our B community. Sara Spirko, Senior Executive Recruiter with Noto Group, will share her experiences with networking and provide some pointers. We'll then facilitate “speed networking” to practice what we’ve learned.
Join us for our April B Learning Lunch: The Path to Zero Waste with Jeanne Roy. Celebrate Earth Month by learning more about the waste we produce, the four steps to zero waste, and actions you can take to reduce your impact! We’ll gather over lunch for networking and a content program, brought to you by B Local PDX. We are your local community of B Corp leaders planning education and community building opportunities for prospective and current B Corps. We work to connect our community of those who are passionate about social impact business.
Join us for our March B Learning Lunch! We’ll gather over lunch for networking and a content program, brought to you by B Local PDX. We are your local community of B Corp leaders planning education and community building opportunities for prospective and current B Corps. We work to connect our community of those who are passionate about social impact business.
Join us for the first B Local PDX B Learning Lunch of 2019! Come gather with us at Ecotrust for a town hall style meeting! We'll share a summary of the community survey results (check you inboxes for the survey or take at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/E6wIYktgjVlZCJ3o1) and have an open discussion about B Learning Events and B Local PDX programming in 2019.
Join us for our November B Learning Lunch! We will hear from representatives from New Seasons Market and Nossa Familia Coffee about their experience with the Oregon Applied Sustainability Experience internship program through the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and Oregon Sea Grant.
At our October B Learning Lunch, Keith Scott, Director of Marketing for A to Z Wineworks, will reveal B Lab’s new marketing campaign ahead of its launch: “Vote Every Day. Vote B Corp.” Featuring fresh creative and an engagement strategy timed for just after the election, this nationwide brand campaign is designed to bring awareness and recognition to the B Corp brand through connections to everyday activities and products.
Join us for our July B Learning Lunch! We will be featuring the work of the group in our B Local community that recently put together a book entitled:
A Collection of Immigrant Stories from Our B Corp Family: Their Journeys, Experiences, and Reflections on Home.
Join us for our June B Learning Lunch! We will hear from Anaïs Tuepker on the work of 350PDX, volunteer opportunities, and the Portland Portland Clean Energy Fund, which would generate approximately $30 million a year in new revenue for energy efficiency upgrades, home weatherization, rooftop solar, job training, local food production, and more green infrastructure.