Professional Workshops

We organize short seminars that are held after the Monthly Meeting several times throughout the year. These Workshops provide attendees with information to develop personally and professionally.

Explore Possibilities and Bring Your Vision to Life

The objective of this workshop is to inspire participants to create a vision for their future and develop the tools necessary to help them realize it. Using images and creative visualization is a powerful and effective way to gain clarity and stay focused on the path to alignment and goal achievement.
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Why Your Business Needs a Plan

Writing a business plan can be a daunting task. In this Workshop, Susan will outline the key elements of a business plan and discuss why a plan is essential.

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Operational Effectiveness through Leadership

Edward F. Gibbons, Jr., Ph.D., President and CEO of Rockford Kingsley will address the setting and attainment of goals in a highly motivating Workshop following the General Meeting.

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Workshop: The Power of Prospecting

Speaker: Rosemarie Kluepfel – Avante Inc.
For any business, the bottom line can affect sustainability, growth and morale. Through effective prospecting, a small business owner or commissioned salesperson can increase their sales revenue or clientele base with limited resources, and double or triple their earnings. Which prospecting techniques can help you increase your bottom line? Join us for an interactive discussion on prospecting and increase your bottom line.

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Workshop: Enhance Your Business using Technology

Presenter: Joy Graceffo, President, Long Island Essential Software & Training In this fast-paced world we barely have time to think. We need to stay as organized as possible to keep up with our business. This workshop will cover simple ways that you can use technology to enhance your business by a) managing the front end: bringing in prospects; storing contact information; making follow-up easier; tracking activities and b) measuring and reporting: ranking your clients; analyzing where your clients come from.

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