In today’s business world, challenges can arise at any time. To be an effective leader, you need to be able to respond to those challenges with intelligence, strategy, and expertise. That’s why Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education department offers leadership courses to take your management skills to the next level. You’ll learn strategies that you can immediately put to use in your organization to enhance value creation, create efficiencies, and engage your employees to deliver better
First Central State Bank recently welcomed Private Banker Maggie Goebel-Bly to their banking team. In her role, Goebel-Bly will handle consumer lending and customer service responsibilities at First Central’s DeWitt and Clinton offices. First Central State Bank CEO and President Brigham Tubbs said Goebel-Bly’s experience will add to an already established team with years of financial knowledge. “Adding Maggie’s vast experience creates even more options for our friends and neighbors to receive
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“The DCDC provides strong relationships with local businesses by providing innovative marketing and incentives, all designed to maintain and build successful entrepreneurs.”more
“The DCDC has been very helpful in promoting to the DeWitt community the diverse health care services that we provide at GMC-DeWitt as well as sharing with current and possible new business that we...more
“By hosting a Revive After Five in September, we were able to celebrate our 25th Anniversary with the DCDC membership and gain great exposure in our community.”more
“The DCDC provides us with highly effective resources and assistance to get our message out. The staff is always friendly and willing to do anything they can to help see our business grow. “...
- Hannah A. Perrone, First Central State Bank
“Revive After Five events not only give business owners and employees an opportunity to network but also the ability to gather together and celebrate this wonderful place we call home.” ...
- First Central State Bank