Oklahoma Hotel and Lodging Association - Event Information
OKWIL Event: Workplace Tech Etiquette
Join OKWIL from 2-4pm on October 24 for a seminar on Workplace Etiquette, presented by Kim Strom of Meridian Technology Center, where you'll learn effective tech-savvy strategies and have the opportunity to network with industry colleagues! From phone calls and text messages to emails and social media sites, technology has given us countless ways to connect with one another. But along with this convenience comes a whole new set of etiquette rules. Employees and their supervisors are faced with the responsibility of knowing the etiquette associated with each method and device. This session will offer savvy strategies for effective workplace use of technology.
Tours of the soon-to-open new property will be available after the meeting.
OKWIL events are open to OH&LA members and guests for a limited time. If your property is a member of the OH&LA then you qualify to be a member of OKWIL. There are no member-dues associated with OKWIL.
Hotel Indigo 121 South Elgin Avenue Tulsa, OK 74120 UNITED STATES
Buy 50/50 Raffle tickets and support the Oklahoma Chapter of Women in Lodging as they raise scholarship funds to send one lucky member, along with the Oklahoma delegation, to the Legislative Action Summit in Washington, D.C. Each ticket purchased provides one chance during a cash drawing at the end of the session. If your ticket is pulled you'll win 50% of the total dollars raised for the session. The other 50% supports the LAS scholarship fund. Tickets will also be sold onsite.
1 ticket $5
3 tickets $10
6 tickets $20
20 tickets $50
Planning on attending the OKWIL - Workplace Etiquette event in Tulsa on October 24? Do you have an extra seat or two to offer or maybe you don't want to drive alone? Connect with industry friends and pony up those extra seats! Sign up today to be a driver or a passenger: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0c4aaba92aa5fe3-carpool
Speaker Kim Strom
Coordinator, Computer Training Services
Meridian Technology Center
With 20 years of experience in the software development industry and 10 years in corporate technical training , Kim is no stranger to technology. While she spends most of her time helping businesses overcome challenges with computer hardware and software, mobile devices and tech tools, she also witnesses first-hand the downsize to being connected 24/7. Her passion for helping others leads her to finding ways to share her experiences and knowledge to improve today's workforce.