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Val: The time has come for me to bid farewell to those of you who have read my comments in this column the past couple of years. On Tuesday it was announced that I would be leaving the Utah Valley Chamber of "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" Commerce on August 1 to become the Executive Director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.
This truly is one of those "mixed emotion" experiences. I have loved my time with the Utah Valley Chamber. I have met so many amazing business people and community leaders. I have enjoyed working every day with talented staff members, especially my associate, Donna. The Chamber's Board of Directors is an exceptional group of leaders, and I will miss their regular association. I think we have accomplished some good things in the valley, and I hate to walk away before they are all finished.
On the other hand, when Governor Herbert asked if I would consider heading up GOED and help promote business, economic development and tourism in the state, what could I say? This will be an extraordinary opportunity to work alongside the Governor, the legislature and a talented GOED team to retain the economic development momentum that has been generated these last few years.
How many times in recent memory have we seen outside organizations pointing to Utah as the best place to do business? Two more just came out. This week Forbes Magazine ranked Provo the 3rd best place for business and careers, Salt Lake City 8th and Ogden 11th. Also, the Pollina Corporation once again ranked Utah as the top pro business state in the country.
Governor Herbert knows that the accolades are wonderful and validate that he and the legislature have helped create a business friendly environment in our state, but he also Buy Cialis Switzerland knows that keeping our state atop the economic development heap will take lots of hard work, collaboration and innovation. It will be a fun challenge to work with the Governor, the legislature and GOED's partners to keep Utah at the forefront when it comes to doing business.
One of the main reasons I opted to take this job was because of the Governor's commitment to helping business. I doubt he has a higher priority, unless it is providing better educational opportunities for our children, although the two go hand in hand. He believes a healthy economy with successful businesses is the key to providing tax revenues to pay for education and other government functions. As businesses thrive, the entire community is positively enhanced.
As I bid farewell, I want to thank all of you who have reached out to thank me for these articles. It is always nice to know someone is reading them. I also "buy cheap jintropin online" thank Herald publishers Rona Rahlf and Bob Williams for providing this medium for the Chamber to share its views. I also thank Donna for collaborating each week as we tried to come up with timely and Proviron Tablet In Urdu interesting topics.
Please know that the Chamber is in good hands going forward. The Board of Directors will decide who the new President and CEO will be for the organization. Whoever it is, I have no doubt the Chamber's best days are ahead.
Although I will work primarily out of Salt Lake City, I spend considerable time in Utah County promoting business here. So please say hi if I stumble across you someday. This is, after all, the best place to live on earth.
Donna: As you may have guessed, this will be an interesting time of transition for the Chamber of Commerce. We are all thrilled to have Utah County so well represented at the state level, particularly in the area of economic development. Utah County is a driving force for business in the State currently and we expect that to continue. Val has been a champion of business in his role at the Chamber and I am sure will be an asset to the State in his new position.
For those of us carrying on here in Utah Valley, we will miss his leadership and inspiration. Val has been a fantastic President, he always has time to discuss the challenges of a business owner, the needs of the staff or the future of Utah Valley.
There are a few things I have learned from him as we have worked as an Executive Team. I'd like to share a few of those leadership qualities in hopes that we might all be inspired to be better leaders in our own roles.
1. Be the calm in the storm During difficult situations, which do arise occasional even in a Chamber of Commerce, Val keeps a calm demeanor and a cool head. He has often been the sounding board for others and while my blood pressure was rising over a situation, he would make a joke or just be encouraging, helping me see the advantages of a good sense of humor.
2. Give away the credit There are many quotes out there on leadership that discuss not taking credit for everything that happens. Val really Buy T3 Cytomel lives the idea that great things can be accomplished if you don't care who gets the credit. This is especially important in collaborating with different organizations. We at the Chamber often work long hours on events or initiatives that we do not take credit for. This example of humility has helped us build stronger relationships with our local government, other non profit organizations and Utah Valley businesses.
3. People are important Sometimes as leaders we can become so focussed on a goal that we might forget that people are important too. One thing I learned from Val was to take the time to make each person I see in a day feel like they are the most important part of my day. It really boils down to common courtesy. Being a courteous leader will take you a lot farther than being so busy you don't have time for the people around you.
4. Take time out Val and his wife, Nancy, love to golf, hike, go snowshoeing and ride a tandem bike. (See "People are important") Part of his leadership includes encouraging others to take some time out on the weekends or in the early hours of the day to enjoy the things they like to do. He Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.) made sure that all the staff took their vacations at appropriate times to ensure that no one got burned Genuine Primobolan out or overworked. He has been a great example of balancing work and relaxing (Especially when "work" means golfing with business leaders).
5. Be a servant leader My 13 year old son returned from a "Comprar Gh Jintropin" leadership camp this summer and reported that when he started the camp he thought a leader was the person in charge. After a week at Timberline, he realized a good leader is as busy as anyone in their troop because they are constantly serving. Val has certainly been a servant leader. He never asked anyone on the staff to do something he was not willing to do himself. He sent just as many emails and created just as many agendas for the programs he was working on as the rest of us. He engaged with Chamber Members, took notes at meetings and took time to serve other people.
Now you may better understand why we are both thrilled for Val in his new appointment and why we will miss his leadership at the Chamber. The other aspect of a good leader is that they cultivate future leaders and I am confident that the Chamber will continue to see success because we have built an incredible team. We will carry on. Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm for 2 Sense. I hope we will be back next week with more interesting articles on business. I'll keep you posted, like I said it is an interesting time of transition.