Connecting with Mr. Connectedness through Langley Chamber of Commerce


Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce is partying outdoors this week.

Their second annual summer barbecue is happening today (Tuesday, July 15) and it will be an outdoor event – weather permitting, of course.

Barbecued burgers will be served up, along with a presentation by author, CEO, and consultant Darcy Rezac.

This meeting is being held at the Fort Langley Golf Course, 9782 McKinnon Cres. and pre-registration is mandatory at or by calling 604-530-6656.

The barbecue begins with networking at 5 p.m., followed by the meal and evening festivities starting at 6:30 p.m.

During his presentation, Rezac will discuss The Connectedness Code, as he calls it. He has seven steps to developing a connected mindset.

He apparently speaks passionately about the importance of positive networking and what that could mean to business and life.

Rezac is CEO of Ana Pacific Consulting. He is a consultant, corporate director, author, international speaker, and adjunct professor of business at the University of Victoria. He is also a fellow of Royal Roads University and a former H Captain, RCN.  He has a client list of more than 100 Fortune 500 companies, universities, associations, embassies and government agencies on three continents. 

The cost is $35 for chamber members, $50 for non-members to attend.

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