Join the Augusta Metro Chamber and Melissa Furman, MS, DBA, Founder and Consultant at Career Potential, LLC to learn about how business environments continue to change and become more diverse, all professionals can benefit from a “communication tune-up”. This session will provide practical recommendations to enhance your communication skills, especially when interacting with people who may communicate differently than you.
Enterprise Mill Events Center
(1450 Greene St. Augusta, Ga 30901)
Dr. Melissa Furman’s passion for guiding individuals with career, professional, and leadership development inspired her to launch Career Potential to help individuals achieve and organizations succeed. As the owner of Career Potential, Dr. Furman provides consulting and training services in addition to delivering highly engaging sessions at state, national and international conferences.
Dr. Furman is a “practicing academic”. She utilizes her research and subject-matter expertise related to generational diversity, unconscious bias, career and leadership development, and emotional intelligence to have a positive, practical impact on organizations and individuals alike.
Dr. Furman served as the assistant dean and currently serves as a faculty member at the James M. Hull College of Business at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia. Dr. Furman has served in a variety of roles at universities such as Emory University, The University of Georgia, GA Tech, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Johns Hopkins University. She obtained her doctorate her Doctorate of Business and Masters of Science in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Susquehanna University.