Associations Focus: NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference Provides Profitable Tips and Tactics
Dec 1, 2008 12:00 PM
Boost profits, improve company performance, and navigate the turbulent economy at NSCA's 2009 Business & Leadership Conference, sponsored by InfoComm International. This year's event includes several keynote speakers who will discuss a variety of subjects important to the commercial-electronic-systems industry.
Kevin Carroll will bring his experience and encourage attendees to harness the power of sport and play to enrich their work life, enhance innovation, and improve team dynamics and interpersonal communication. His best-selling book, The Red Rubber Ball, received BusinessWeek's Champion in Innovation award.
John and Jeanne Stiernberg of Stiernberg Consulting have delivered many of NSCA's influential and useful quarterly Market Intelligence Briefing reports. They will detail how to turn these valuable member resources into market profitability programs and uncover new ways to create profit during the conference.
Bob Prosen from the Prosen Center for Business Achievement will use a panel discussion to help attendees learn from industry peers. In addition to topics led by the audience, the group will cover effective tactics and resources for these uncertain times, as well as creative new tools to create a sustainable, lucrative organization for years to come.
Sponsors of the event include Mitek Communications Group (host sponsor), SCN (co-host and media sponsor); Bosch Communication Systems, Dove Net (The Project System); FSR; Herman Procurement & Logistics; Rauland-Borg; Shure; Biamp Systems; and West Penn Wire.
The NSCA Business & Leadership Conference will be held Feb. 26-28, 2009, at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix. To learn more or register, visit www.nsca.org/blc or call (800) 446-6722. Conference fees are $899 before Nov. 28 and $1,049 thereafter up to the day of the event itself.
QUICKLY CONNECT TO NSCA FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
NSCA now offers a convenient, interactive form of communicating with NSCA staff through its new live chat featured on www.nsca.org. In today's world, accessible and instant communication is a key component to excellent customer service and satisfaction.
“Live chat is a fast, effective way for members to get the help they need,” says Senior Director of Members Services Jodi Montgomery. “From our website, visitors can simply type their question and a member of our staff will answer immediately. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this convenient resource.”
Any question can be asked, such as: When does the new EST-level training begin? Where can I register for the Business & Leadership Conference? How can I get my company signed up for SystemsPlus Insurance Solutions? What are the licensing requirements in my state?
NSCA is committed to saving its members time and helping them solve problems with the new live chat. To take advantage of the live service, visit www.nsca.org and click on “contact” in the upper right-hand corner. Click the “live help” button, type your question or concern, and an NSCA staff member will respond. Making the association more accessible is just one more way NSCA provides immediate assistance for its busy members.
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