Professional Member Tele-Networking: Best Practices For Your Small Business

  • Wednesday, May 01, 2013
  • Online Teleseminar
"Best Practices For Your Small Business"

May 1, 2013 (first Wednesday of the month)
1 – 2 p.m. EST 

No charge to attend; but you must be a Professional Member of the Career Professionals of Canada. *

As a small business owner, you wear a lot of hats. You may be a sole proprietor or a partnership, but it all needs to get done and the buck stops with you. Clients, suppliers, contractors, all rely on you to balance the scales. This month, we focus on how to do it all. What’s your best-kept secret when it comes to managing your small business??

Consider these questions for the call:
  • How do you prioritize? (Business development, marketing, sales, client projects, sub-contracting, administration, accounting, reports, project development, partnerships, etc.)
  • How do you delegate / outsource? (Where do you find the time to do your due diligence in order to delegate and/or outsource?)
  • Where do you turn for professional development in your profession? (Resume writing, career coaching, etc.) In your business? (Sales, marketing, networking, etc.)
  • If you could do it all over again, what would you have done differently?
  • What’s your best-kept business secret? (E.g. virtual assistant, email program, WordPress, referral business, strategic partnership, etc.

* A benefit of membership in the Career Professionals of Canada, the Professional Member Tele-Networking session is open to Professional Members of the association only. Tele-networking is a conference call between Professionals Members of Career Professionals of Canada. Each session is delivered in a teleconference format using a bridge telephone line. If you have a phone, you have everything that you need to join the class.

Session topics are selected and outlined in advance with a series of 5 related questions to get participants “brainstorming.” If you are a Professional Member of the Career Professionals of Canada, you are invited to join your colleagues to openly discuss the given topic in a round-table format – asking questions and sharing ideas. Session registration for PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS is free. Depending on your location, long distance charges may apply. Participants are encouraged to register early to reserve their spot.

For membership information, visit Career Professionals of Canada.
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