The Transportation Club has been at
the center of the Seattle area
transportation community for over 100
years.
Join the Club!
WHEN:             WEDNESDAY, November 5th 2014
SPEAKER:       S
teve Gandara, Excellent Cultures
TIME:               11:30am Reception, 12:00pm Lunch
WHERE:           
Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST:              $24 per person



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The Transportation Club of Seattle has been at the center of the Seattle
area transportation community for 100 years!

Welcome to the online home for the Transportation Club of Seattle, Washington. The
Seattle transportation club is a registered chapter of Transportation Clubs International.


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Transportation Club of Seattle
May 7th                              Lunch Meeting, WA Secretary of State

June 4th                            Lunch Meeting, Carrix

July 17th                           Annual Golf Tournament

August                              Summer Break - No Meeting                

September 3rd                 Lunch Meeting, Port of Seattle

October 1st                      Lunch Meeting, Rainier Industries

November 5th                  Lunch Meeting, Excellent Cultures

December 3rd                   Holiday Luncheon and Auction
Transportation 
Club of Seattle
P.O. Box 88427

Steilacoom, WA  98388

Phone:  253-584-2131
Fax: 253-584-2956
www.transportationclubofseattle.org
Email: transportationclubofseattle@gmail.com
TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF SEATTLE
UPCOMING LUNCH INFORMATION
  • The World Trade Center of Tacoma asked us to help spread the word
    about their annual Globe Award dinner.  This event is open to all, and is
    scheduled for next Thursday, October 2nd.   For additional details send
    an e-mail to Angela Koenes at akoenes@WTCTA.org.

  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology has started a unique
    Bachelor of Applied Science program in Transportation and Logistics.  
    For additional information please reach out to Linda Kirkland at
           linda.kirkland@lwtech.edu.

  • Workforce Central is coordinates one of the largest high school and
    veteran career fairs in the state.  This event is planned for November 13th
    at the Western Washington Fairgrounds.  For further details please e-mail
    Brandon at bkoenes@workforce-central.org
About the Speaker
Steve Gandara has spent over 3 decades helping leaders create High Performance Business
Cultures. He is a highly skilled business culture architect, effective leadership mentor, dynamic
speaker and an amazing business consultant. His unique ability to combine the science and art
of leadership with all the complex pieces of the organizational puzzle to produce specific,
actionable clarity ensures his clients achieve great successes. Clients praise his expertise in
helping them devise strategies that build leaders and cultures that make up the rapid, dynamic,
flexible and aggressive teams demanded in today's global economy.

Steve developed Excellent Cultures' unique, four-step Breakthrough Culture process that has
become a fully tested and proven strategy for fast sustainable results and record return on
investment for his clients. Since 1976 he has served clients including Fortune 500 corporate
executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, labor-union leaders, sales executives, members of
the clergy as well as educators, as a professional leadership mentor and business culture
architect. More than three decades of executive and leadership coaching, business consulting
and mentoring experience have provided Steve with an abundance of real-world applications for
his formal education from the University of Oklahoma and Texas Christian University in business
administration, economics, marketing, management and leadership.

In spite of extensive travel to serve clients, Denise, Steve's wife of four decades, two natural and
nine adopted children remain his highest priorities. When not meaningfully engaged with family
or clients, Steve has served in volunteer positions as a high school youth mentor, school board
member, licensed foster parent, minority scholarship fundraiser, church board president, social
service charity board chairman and College Board of Regents chairman. Steve has also taught
college classes in entrepreneurial leadership.