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Upcoming Web Seminar Speakers

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In the month of June, the ReadyTalk Web Seminar series will feature several excellent speakers on topics ranging from Ensuring Web Seminar Success to How to Create an Investment Grade Marketing Plan.

June 6th - Execution: The Art of Keeping Momentum with Your Strategic Plan
Eric Olsen, M3 Planning, Inc
Learn how to keep the momentum of your strategic plan alive through best practices, tips and the how-tos of execution. Whether you have a strategic plan or not, this session will provide you with practical tools to boost your business performance.

June 12th - Ensuring Web Seminar Success: The Planning Stage
Shawn Cardinal, ReadyTalk
Shawn Cardinal, training director for ReadyTalk, will focus this web seminar on the crucial planning stage of your event. He'll review how determine your objectives, how to reach your audience and structure your agenda and content.

June 13th - 21st Century Sales: Hiring Sales People Who Work
Townsend Wardlaw Three Value Logic
This web seminar is intended for hiring managers and business owners looking to make better sales resource hiring decisions. It covers best practices in recruiting, interviewing, and candidate selection.

June 21st - How to Create an Investment-grade Marketing Plan
Michael Lenzini and John Burnett, Scenario d
This web seminar will focus on the practical issues of creating and implementing a results-oriented marketing program that will also capture the interest of the investment community.

And, as always, all events are complimentary!

[tags]web seminar, web conferencing, web events, webinar [/tags]


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