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      Reducing Workforce Barriers*<br>The state and region face a myriad of workforce challenges including an immediate worker shortage and unacceptable gaps in wages and graduation rates between whites and populations of color. Our presenters are addressing these challenges and others by reducing barriers, creating opportunities and building skills necessary for employment. Attend Chamber Town Talk to learn more about their work and how you can engage with these efforts and initiatives.<br><br><a href="http://www.mplschamber.com/events/details/chamber-town-talk-reducing-workforce-barriers-10082" style="color:#ffffff;">Register today.</a>
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      Leadership Luncheon*<br>Companies are often recognized for their corporate ethics. How do ethics impact policy and procedures as well as decision making? At the next DRIVE Leadership Luncheon, our panelists will discuss corporate ethics, being an ethical leader and the challenges that occur when personal and business ethics are in conflict. Join the conversation and register today.<br><br><a href="http://www.mplschamber.com/events/details/drive-leadership-luncheon-workplace-ethics-10086" style="color:#ffffff;">Register today.</a>
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      mspWellness*<br>The Minneapolis Regional Chamber believes healthy workers are essential to the bigger goal of improving workforce development. We have chosen to dedicate resources to workplace wellness through a new initiative called mspWellness, which will help organizations create a workplan for wellness through environmental and policy changes leading to healthier, happier and more productive workforce. If you would like to learn more about mspWellness <a href="http://www.mspwellness.com" style="color:#ffffff;">click here.</a>
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      MPLS Regional Chamber*<br> At our 2018 Annual Meeting, we announced that we would have a new look going forward. We created new logos and generated a new focus on issues such as workforce development, education, transit and housing. Our goal is to build a high-quality, globally competitive and thriving region where businesses flourish and everyone can succeed. If you missed the announcement, or just want to know more about who we are and what we do, <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djr_UEVl07g" style="color:#ffffff;">click here</a> to watch the video.

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  • Companies are often recognized for their corporate ethics. How do ethics impact policy and procedures as well as decision making? At the next DRIVE Leadership Luncheon, our panelists will discuss corporate ethics, being an ethical leader and the challenges that occur when personal and business ethics are in conflict. Join the conversation and register today.

     

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    Dawn Elm | Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics & Leadership, University of St. Thomas
    David Rodbourne | Principal Consultant, DHR Consulting & Associates
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