Compeer Financial will host a series of women’s seminars, set for March 19-23.
The seminars, to be held in communities throughout Compeer Financial’s territory, are designed to promote education and success through the positions held by women in agriculture. The speakers will provide the insights needed to improve communication and leadership skills to become your best self at home and on the farm.
Women’s Seminar featured speakers are:
Currently serving as president and CEO of Top Third Ag Marketing LLC, Mark Gold will share tips to becoming a better grain marketer as well as how to properly use options as part of a marketing plan. Mark shares his grain marketing expertise daily on radio programming and is a regular guest analyst on U.S. Farm Report, Ag Day TV, and Market to Market.
Paul is an educator, writer, and founder of Unleash Ripples, an experiment in nurturing kindness with over 30,000 followers. Paul’s sessions, Creating Ripples, Making Waves: Unleashing Your Best Self in Work & Life, is packed with useful strategies to more effectively reach out to more and connect with others, while reaching in to more consistently bring your best self to work and life.
The Wisconsin women’s seminars will be held:
- Monday, March 19th – Delavan, WI
Lake Lawn Resort, 2400 E Geneva St, Delavan, WI
- Wednesday, March 21st – Fond du Lac
Holiday Inn, 625 Rolling Meadows Dr, Fond du Lac, WI
- Thursday, March 22nd – Eau Claire
Florian Gardens, 2340 Lorch Ave, Eau Claire, WI
- Friday, March 23rd – Wisconsin Dells
Wintergreen Resort, 60 Gasser Rd, Wisconsin Dells, WI
Attendees should register in advance by calling (844) 426-6733 or by visiting Compeer.com/Womens-Seminar.
Compeer Financial is a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative serving and supporting agriculture and rural communities. The $19.5 billion organization provides loans, leases, risk management and other financial services throughout 144 counties in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Based in the Upper Midwest, Compeer Financial exists to champion the hopes and dreams of rural America, while providing personalized service and expertise to clients and the agriculture industry.
For more information and to register, visit Compeer.com