According to legendary football coach Vince Lombardi, “leaders aren’t born, they are made.”
Are you looking to refresh your own leadership identity or develop a leader in your organization?
The NACC has so many opportunities to help support the leaders in your organization – whether existing or emerging – and we want you to take full advantage of these diverse offerings. With plenty of relevant focal points, Committees are an exceptional way to engage with the Chamber while exercising active listening, sharing clear messages and complex ideas, and inspiring and empathizing with others – all qualities of in-demand workplace leaders.
I encourage members to bolster their leadership skills by sincerely considering participation in one of the many NACC Committees.
Assist with Chamber events, ribbon cuttings (they’re on the rise!), membership campaigns, and welcoming our many (about 20/month) new Members.
Catalyst for individuals looking to dive deeper into local, regional, state and federal business issues and examine policy to propel business forward.
Commercial Real Estate Professionals Network
The preeminent business networking organization dedicated to advancing the education and achievements of chamber professionals in commercial real estate.
Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
Makes issues that impact the community, the region, or our world a matter of business priority.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee
Makes inclusion, respect, and diversity inside the workplace or community an approachable, responsible, and manageable way of doing business.
Comes together to identify and address the unique needs of ‘NFP’ businesses, as well as discover ways of sharing experiences and information, as they relate to Naperville’s business community.
Small Business Owner’s Roundtable
Grants the attention small business owners seek through this valuable resource for education, connection, and development.
Made up of a group of professional speakers who share on a wide variety of topics to help Chamber Members and the community grow, both personally and professionally.
Establishing a foundation of leadership early to take into higher education, while also developing confidence inside the business community through valuable life-long connections
Instituting a connection between student colleges and universities that fosters mentorship between the Chamber of Commerce and our business community.
Through dynamic speakers, engaging dialogue, and networking opportunities, programs strive to empower today’s professional women.
Fondly referred to as “YPN”, this committee is comprised of next-generation leaders who want to impact the community and work together to contribute to the growth of the region.
Joining a committee is as easy as reaching out to the NACC Chamber staff and expressing interest. We will gladly connect you with the key players to get you involved.
Vince Lombardi also said, “individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”