Strategy TuneUp - Best Practices for Sustainable Growth Event at the Bloomington Campus

Rasmussen College is hosting a Strategy “Tune Up” Event on June 1, 2012, covering the latest ideas and best practices for business expansion and strategic management. This workshop introduces a self-diagnostic tool that businesses can use to examine current positioning and growth risks. Dr. Steve Callender is the President of Effective Learning for Growth, a consulting company in Minneapolis, Minnesota that generates measureable business results through a variety of different services.  He has been working in business strategy since the early 1990s. A variety of organizations will lead this interactive breakfast and seminar targeted toward educating small- to medium-sized business owners and executives on the best practices for sustainable growth.

Effective Learning for Growth applies proven processes for clients looking to:

  • Increase sales
  • Improve strategy
  • Increase profitability
  • Keep loyal customers
  • Set up new business
  • Develop leadership
  • Grow for success
  • Recover from layoffs

As a business owner, the economic changes probably have you thinking about the best strategy for taking the next steps forward—back to growth. Attending this event could help you gain insight that may prove helpful for progressing your business. Callender will be covering both short and long term growth strategies, examining risks factors, as well as a number of different strategy management principles that can have a positive impact on your business.

Event Details:
When: Friday, June 1, 2012 at 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Where: Rasmussen College
4400 West 78th  Street Sixth Floor
Bloomington, MN 55435

To Register:
http://strategybest.eventbrite.com/

 

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