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The Fight for Talent: How Small Businesses Can Win - and Win BIG

Join the Chicago Business Development Forum and HCBR Group this March for our session all about talent – how to attract, retain and develop one of the most critical assets within your small business. 

The Fight for Talent: How Small Businesses Can Win

You work hard. So don’t throw away the money you make, or worse: invest in the wrong people.

Join this session on how to recruit high-performing staff and develop leadership that counts. Walk away with top tips you can implement that will save your business money now, save you many potential headaches down the road and position you for massive growth this year. 

At the event you will learn how to:

•  Navigate Chicago’s talent pool to find the right people for the growth of your business

•  Grow your business from the inside out by developing your staff and avoiding “nightmare employees” that raid your coffers and keep your business stagnant

•  Reduce employee turnover and build a team of growth-oriented, motivated high-performers by Implementing the "Three Steps to Leadership that Counts” instead of losing ground with the unfortunate more common practice of “Leadership that Costs.”

And.... we will be giving away cool raffle prizes. Hundreds (maybe even thousands) of dollars worth. You totally gotta get in on this.


That’s right - you pay nothing to learn how to save money, time and energy and make even more. It’s a win-win. There’s no reason not to attend!


6:00 - 6:30 pm  Network with other passionate small business owners. Food will be served.

6:30 - 7:15 pm  Presentation

7:15 - 8:00 pm  Q&A session and networking


Jason Rosado - Business Explosion Coach & Owner, Distinctive Coaching for Business Success

With a background including over 20 years of business and organizational development in companies such as Microsoft and Scudder Kemper Investments, Jason helps small business clients to double, triple or even 10X their businesses and love what it means to be a business owner.

Rick Hammell, SPHR - Vice President, HCBR Group

With more than eight years of experience in human resources and business solutions, Rick oversees strategic planning at HCBR Group and will present the recruiting angle of this session.

HCBG Group helps clients grow and succeed by serving as an expert resource for specialized human capital business services. It acts as an extension of its clients’ HR department by providing relief from the day-to-day burdens of employee management, the hiring process, payroll, state, local and international tax and regulatory issues, and more. Please thank them for their generosity in providing food and event space for us.

Please contact me with any questions.

See you there!


"Helping passionate business owners to Double, Triple or 10X Your Business and feel security, pride and satisfaction as you help more people, make more money, work less hours and absolutely love it all."

Jason E. Rosado 
Business Explosion Coach 
Distinctive Coaching for Business Success 

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  • Erica C.

    Great presentation. I made some really good connections at the meeting. Thanks!

    2 · March 14, 2014

    • "Biz Coach Jason" R.

      Thanks, Erica! So glad you could make it, and help make it really valuable for everyone. See you soon!

      March 14, 2014

  • Jason Rogers/ QUIK CLEAN O.

    Very good meetup!!

    2 · March 13, 2014

  • "Biz Coach Jason" R.

    Great presentations and awesome networking. Loved the participation from the members during the discussions. Thanks to HCBR Group for their HR recruitment knowledge and hospitality!

    March 13, 2014

  • John T A.

    It is hard to come to Chicago for a meetup meet from Dallas, Texas.

    1 · March 12, 2014

    • "Biz Coach Jason" R.

      Hi John, ahh.. that's a bit of a distance, though there's *plenty* of time to fly or even drive and get here in time! And it would be totally worth it, too. :)

      March 12, 2014

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