Networked: March 2020
Pam Borton

Networked: March 2020

Top networking opportunities for March.

Energy Innovation Network

March 2

A new networking group organized around energy innovation will have its first quarterly event. A panel of experts will discuss their pathways to market, sharing how to transform startup ideas into marketable opportunities in the evolving energy landscape. 4 p.m., $25, Minneapolis Cider Co., 612-886-1357, ennovate.net

Developing Workplace Resilience

March 12

Pam Borton, senior executive coach and a former University of Minnesota women’s basketball coach, will speak about “Developing Resilience and Mental Toughness in the Workplace.” 6 p.m., $35 to $55, TPT (Twin Cities Public Television), St. Paul, 952-525-2236, teamwomenmn.org

Convergence Summit

March 19

The fifth annual event examines trends and challenges facing professionals in business communications. Experts from business and academia will participate. 7 a.m., $50 to $529, McNamara Alumni Center, Minneapolis, 612-314-3620, iabcmn.com

Ethics Conference

March 26

The University of St. Thomas hosts a daylong conference on business ethics, focusing on challenges posed by technology, sustainability, and profitability. In addition to several workshop and panel offerings, attendees will hear a keynote from John Taft, vice chairman of Baird. 8 a.m., $185 to $249, Schulze Hall, Minneapolis, 651-962-4293, stthomas.edu

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