Top Four Benefits of Corporate Training
Corporate training is an investment in your employees, but it is also an investment in your organization's success. Your people are the most important asset your company has, and investing in your human resources pays dividends. A comprehensive training program can allow you to instill essential skills, foster leadership, improve motivation and morale, and build the strongest workforce possible.
Not convinced yet that you should invest in training courses for your staff? Consider these top four benefits of selecting and implementing an effective training program:

  • Providing training programs reduces turnover: If your employees feel that you are investing in them, they are much more likely to stick around over the long-term. Training also lets your staff members learn new skills so you can promote from within.
  • Training improves motivation and boosts morale: When workers learn new skills, this can foster excitement and eagerness to apply that learned knowledge. Your workforce will be motivated and ready to go, rather than bored in stagnant jobs where they never advance.
  • Corporate training improves productivity: Workers learn better, more efficient ways of accomplishing tasks and your business benefits from increased productivity.  You can also foster leadership and teamwork skills through effective business training courses.
  • Offering in-house training gives you a competitive advantage: When your staff is constantly learning and implementing new skills, you'll get a leg up on other competitors as your employees put their new knowledge to work to help your business grow.
 The Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce has a vast course catalog so you can identify the skills you want your employees to have and choose the most effective courses for your company.  Learn more today about your options for corporate training and about the courses available to you.

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Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce Selects a Winner for the Luxury Stocking Holiday Raffle

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Congratulations to the Luxury Stocking Holiday Raffle winner, Dom Iorfino from HB Digital & Home Run Media Group, who won the entire stocking worth thousands of dollars! A big THANK YOU to all of the local businesses and organizations for their generous prize donations, who contributed to the huge success of our inaugural Holiday Raffle, we truly appreciate it!


City Council 2016-17 New Mayor Barbara Delgleize           
On Tuesday, December 12, the City of Huntington Beach held a special City Council transition meeting that included presentations from outgoing Mayor Jim Katapodis and outgoing Mayor Pro Tem Dave Sullivan. Community members had the opportunity to chime in with their remarks and thanked both outgoing City Councilmembers for their years of service. After the official declaration of election results, newly elected City Officials took an oath of office, which included City Clerk Robin Estanislau, City Treasurer Alisa Cutchen and City Councilmembers Jill Hardy, Lyn Semeta and Patrick Brenden. Roll call was conducted once more with the new Councilmembers onstage and the new Mayor, Barbara Delgleize at the helm, who took an oath of office, followed by the new Mayor Pro Tempore Mike Posey. The new Mayor shared her thoughts and goals for the community, stating,

“During my term as mayor, I intend to do what I believe I do best, and that is build relationships, not only with City staff and other governmental agencies, but with the lifeblood of our city, our residents. I truly want to hear from you, your concerns and the future imaginings for our city. To that end, you’ll be seeing a lot of me. I’ll be out and about, not just behind the mayor’s desk... it is my personal goal to promote partnership, engagement, compassion and community within the City and to encourage the people of Huntington Beach to listen to one another as we pursue mutual goals. If we work together as a community, we can sustain our vision… I truly invite you to commit to being informed and involved about our future plans and how our City works.”

Councilmembers took turns speaking, sharing the same sentiment of working together in the coming year and their commitment to serving the people of Huntington Beach, before the meeting was adjourned.


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