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The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GWHCC) is gearing up for its 37th Annual Gala, which will honor Hispanic women in business on June 21 in Washington, DC.
The Strategy Sessions welcomes Angela Franco, President and CEO of the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Gabriela Mossi, Director of Programs and Resource Development, at the GWHCC Foundation.
They will talk about the upcoming Gala, programming the organization hosts and supports to help entrepreneurs, and how the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is maximizing its partnerships to meet the needs of the city's businesses.
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Many underserved communities continue to lack access to adequate healthcare, including educational resources, preventative measures, and treatment concerning various illnesses.
Shyrea Thompson Robinson, Executive Director of Capital City Area Health Education Center and Rita Butler-Trewick, a breast cancer survivor and member of DC Pink Divas join The Strategy Sessions to discuss the organization’s health outreach and resources in the Greater Washington, DC area, as well as the upcoming Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure.
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Planning too little or too much opens the door to failure, allowing a flood of other types of Kryptonite into our lives. They choke our dreams and ideas.
We will explore the four types of people:
Zombies Planners Doers Strategists In addition we will go over biz plannng and strategy tips for the busy entrepreneur.
James Woosley, coach and aurthor to Conquer the Entrepreneur's Kryptonite: Simple Strategic Planning for You and Your Business
Let us continue the exit strategy discussion. In a previous show on this topic, we addressed the question "Are you ready for exit strategy"? Now that you know you are ready, what next?
I will share information about the what, why when, who, where and how of an exit strategy and what this all might mean for you.
It takes courage to move in a new direction; sometimes we just need a gentle nudge and someone cheering us on.
Ready to kick procrastination to the curb and answer the call for a deeper sense of purpose, fulfillment and greater success in your work life? Did I here, YES?!?
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Part of that long held belief is making sure you and your partners, employees, suppliers and distributors are on the same page.
The answer is an effective communications strategy. Connecting your business with its target audience is what Dominic Terry does best.
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Sophisticated small business owners share their success stories and offer experience and wisdom for entrepreneurs, start-ups and well established small businesses positioned for growth. Topics covered in this show include new products and services for small businesses, expert advice on business management and growth, as well as influencers and idea generators who are blazing new trails and sharing their innovations. In this episode our guest, Ms. Danielle Eisenach shares tips and trends in corporate training, coaching and strategy to increase sales and marketing results.
Questions covered on this show:
What are some key ingredients to success in growing a business and uniquely leveraging its assets? In corporate training, coaching and strategy, what challenges do your clients face in sales growth? How do you approach teaching social media communications vital to effective sales and marketing? Are there any recurring trends in entrepreneur and small to medium sized businesses growth? Danielle Eisenach is the principal of Red Devil & Associates and Stargazer Events in the Chicago area and serves nationwide individual and corporate clients an independent consultant, corporate trainer and coach, developing strategic planning and professionally speaking to groups on a variety of business success issues. Danielle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Northern Illinois University and a Master in Leadership from North Central College in Naperville.
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Click here for P2PFundraising He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through issues facing in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERT: Janice Gow Pettey: Nonprofit Fundraising Strategy: A Guide to Ethical Decision Making and Regulation for Nonprofit Organizations
Janice Gow Pettey has been working in the nonprofit field for more than 25 years. She is an internationally recognized authority on fundraising, and regularly conducts trainings and leads presentations for all types of groups and organizations. She specializes in diversity and ethics in fundraising.
Her book, Cultivating Diversity in Fundraising, was published by Wiley in 2001 and won the CASE International Research Award in 2003. She also served as editor of New Directions in Philanthropic Fundraising: Diversity in the Fundraising Profession, published by Jossey-Bass in 2002.
Janice is an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco where she teaches courses in fundraising, strategic planning and board governance.
She serves on the international board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and chairs AFP’s Ethics Committee. She also chaired the 2005 Think Tank on Ethics held in Washington, D.C. Janice also led AFP’s 2005 Diversity Summ
Today's Corporate Workplace Strategy often includes Flex Staffing. We all know that companies each have their own strategies of how they go about hiring, training, managing and assessing their employee’s performance. A key study shows that an important part of the effectiveness of our workplaces depends upon employee well-being and job satisfaction. Matters like employee engagement, job retention, and work-life balance make the difference in positive contribution to the company&rsquo
November's election included sweeping legislative changes for many states, including the DREAM Act and same-sex marriage. In America, diversity has long been a discussion topic at work; however, it has taken on new meaning as social issues, including immigration and advocacy for women, re-shape conversations on what diversity is, and its impact in and beyond the workplace. The Strategy Sessions welcomes the new CEO of the American Conference on Diversity, Elizabeth Williams-Riley, w
6 Weeks To Revenue! Week #5: Proven Sales Strategy Aids Email Marketing Success By Dirk and Bertrand’s Good Friend Craig Klein CEO of SalesNexus Most businesses fall into one of two habits in their email marketing. Either they struggle to produce an email newsletter each month or even once a quarter or, they repetitively send “sales pitch” emails. The newsletter approach can be effective at nurturing relationships with existing customers but, can become stale and is unlikely to actually generate new interest or leads and sales. Continuously sending out “Save 20%”, “New Product Announcement” and other purely promotional emails will have a low response rate and higher “opt-out” rates. Certainly in small businesses and often even for professional marketers, creating an on-going program of engaging and relevant content to drive email and other marketing efforts is a challenge. Here again, the chasm between marketing and sales rears its ugly head. Sales people typically know their customers well. Unfortunately, the instinctive knowledge about customers wants and needs sales teams possess is not frequently or clearly shared with the marketing team. Marketers are trained to identify personas. Painting detailed pictures of “straw man” customers is a powerful approach to targeting market segments. Personas are frequently focused on demographic specifics. What are customers’ typical education, income, neighborhood, hobbies, etc? Read more... http://www.stevenkaylive.com/article.php?id=368