By NICC Business and Community Solutions
SolutionsJul 15, 2022
Small Business Marketing
Lisa Schaefer joins us today with Tama-Lea Lorenzen to discuss Small Business Marketing.
Tama-Lea Lorenzen is an NICC Business and Community Solutions trainer and Organizational Development and Sales Professional. She is also certified as a Project Management Professional through the Project Management Institute and is an adjunct business instructor at a local university.
Small Business Opportunities
- Small Business Photography and Social Media Bootcamp | Calmar
- Small Business Photography and Social Media Bootcamp | Dubuque
- Email Marketing for Small Business Owners
- Reevaluate What is your Businesses' Purpose?
Classes with Lisa Schaefer
Being a Small Business Owner
Katie Wiedemann joins Brittany Todd to talk about being a small business owner. Brittany Todd is a business owner, photographer, speaker and founder of R.E.S.E.T., a small business conference in Iowa. She is committed to positively influencing those around her, and showing people how beautiful their lives are, just the way they are.
Brittany shares her journey on becoming a small business owner and now passes her knowledge onto others with her R.E.S.E.T. conference and classes at Northeast Iowa Community College Business and Community Solutions.
Join Brittany at NICC:
- Small Business Photography 101 Aug. 9 in Dubuque
- Small Business | Business Photography & Social Media Bootcamp Sept. 6 - Oct. 12 in Dubuque/Online
- Small Business | Business Photography & Social Media Bootcamp Sept. 7 - Oct. 12 in Calmar/Online
- Reevaluate What is your Business’ Purpose? Oct. 11, Virtual Live
Practicing Mindfulness at the Office
Katie Wiedemann is back as the host of the Solutions podcast to interview Alisha Leytem on habits to improve your brain health. Alisha Leytem is a Certified Wellness Coach and Mindfulness Expert guiding leaders to create lasting changes in their physical, mental, and spiritual health. Alisha founded Alisha Leytem, LLC in 2015 and is the author of The Six G.O.L.D. Keys to Well-Being™: A Guide to Unlocking a Healthy and Happy Life. In this episode, Alisha talks about mindfulness in the workplace. Mindfulness is having an accepting and kind attitude toward yourself and the present moment. It’s about training your mind and body to be in the now, which is an essential skill to improve your awareness throughout your day – both at work and home.
Learn more with Alisha:
Be the first to know when registration opens for Alisha's retreat on Oct. 14 by signing up for our email list.
In this episode, Katie Wiedemann chats with Lisa Schaefer about workplace culture. Lisa Schaefer is a NICC Business and Community Solutions trainer, teacher, counselor and small business owner with over 20 years of experience in education and sales. She is certified as a facilitator of the John Maxwell Leadership Curriculum and Daniel Pink Drive Curriculum. Lisa is an expert in employee engagement, organizational psychology, and service success strategies and has served as a professor, staff development professional and counselor. Her experiences include working for Walt Disney World, hosting on-air radio programs, as well as over 15 years of education, corporate training and executive coaching experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Counseling and is a Certified Counselor and John Maxwell Leadership Coach.
For the last few years, you may have heard buzzwords like workplace culture, flexibility and work-life balance. Northeast Iowa Community College Business and Community Solutions is here with customized training to help local businesses prepare for these workplace shifts.
More on Workplace Culture
- Building Team Culture Amidst Workplace Change
- Business Summit: Drop Stress, Increase Focus in the Workplace
Train with Lisa with our Mircosolutions: Learn to Lead Certificate.
Brain Health in the Workplace
Katie Wiedemann with Northeast Iowa Community College talks with Lisa Schaefer on brain health in the workplace.
Lisa Schaefer is an NICC Business and Community Solutions trainer, teacher, counselor and small business owner with over 20 years of experience in education and sales. She is certified as a facilitator of the John Maxwell Leadership Curriculum and Daniel Pink Drive Curriculum. Lisa is an expert in employee engagement, organizational psychology and service success strategies and has served as a professor, staff development professional and counselor.
Learn more about upcoming brain health learning opportunities: www.nicc.edu/brainhealth
Brain health and wellness is just as real as our physical health and can impact our physical wellbeing. Yet 60 percent of adults and 50 percent of youth avoid treatment or don’t ask for help with brain health issues. Northeast Iowa Community College is committed to providing education and resources to improve the brain health of our communities. Through a partnership with Brain Health Now we offer training opportunities to help destigmatize brain health in our community, providing practical hands-on information and tools to create an informed work environment.
Topics have included Emotional Awareness in the Workplace, Stress Management and Resiliency Training and promoting brain health during challenging times. According to a report released by Gallup, Americans’ rating of their own brain health has dropped to its lowest point since the survey began nearly two decades ago, with only 34 percent saying their mental health is excellent, a 9 point drop since 2019. And no doubt burnout will continue to be a challenge long after the pandemic ends.