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Leadership Spokane Informational Briefing this Thursday

— If you or someone you know is interested in developing their leadership skills and expanding their knowledge of the Spokane area, consider attending the Leadership Spokane informational briefing, this Thursday, February 13 from 5-6pm at SRBC, 1st Floor Conference Room, 801 W Riverside Ave.

Have a glass of wine/beer/soda and snacks after work and learn about the Leadership Spokane program. You'll capitalize on your personal and professional development and contribute to the leadership team that is moving this community forward. Leadership Spokane is a great networking experience. You'll learn about opportunities and challenges in our region, and how you and your organization can get involved. The professional exchange and mutual encouragement in Leadership Spokane affords a place to share ideas.

To register, click here.

If you can't attend this briefing, there will be one more on Thursday, March 13 at 7:30am at 801 W Riverside, 1st Floor Conference Room.

For more information, visit the website at LeadershipSpokane.org.

INBTA presents Miracle on the Hudson

Join Inland Northwest Business Travel Association as they welcome guest speaker Doreen Welsh, retired US Airways flight attendant who was a crew member on the US Air flight that went down in the Hudson River. Follow Doreen on this remarkable journey as she recounts the moments after the crash as she struggles to safely evacuate the passengers and herself from the back of a sinking plane filling with icy water from the Hudson River. She'll help you see the necessity of maintaining situational awareness, the importance of engaging in team participation and the necessity of continued training and refresher programs. This enthralling presentation should not be missed. Travel industry employees, managers, team leaders and crisis management professionals should attend.

To be held tomorrow, Tuesday, February 11 from 11:30am to 1pm at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park. Cost is $45 which includes lunch. Register to attend at www.inbta.org.

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