Led by e4e partner Dale Furtwengler, the "Contrarian Panel" explored this question: "Is perseverance really the primary key to successfully running a business, and if so, what are the things that help you persevere?" The panel and audience had a lively discussion, captured in this video...
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In this presentation called "Eliminating the Guilt & Taking Time for Me," e4e partner Lori St. Clair leads a discussion about the guilt that arises from an unhealthy life/work balance. She explains where stress comes from, how it grows and offers advice for maintaining your mental health as a busy professional.
In this presentation called "The Care and Feeding of Your LLC," e4e partners Brian Rogers and Andy Magnus explain how creating a limited liability company (LLC) helps protect your business and personal assets. They discuss how a business owner transfers their current business into an LLC, common mistakes made when operating an LLC and some […]
In this presentation called "Growing a Valuable Organization on a Shoestring," e4e partners Karen Hoffman and Cynthia Correll discuss how Karen successfully created her nonprofit organization, Gateway to Dreams. Karen emphasizes the importance of building a strong support network as a fist step. She also explains how to keep a team motivated and navigate financial […]
In this presentation called "Creating a Miracle Life," e4e partner Richard Terry talks about the three things that helped better his life in the past three years. He offers advise on how to reduce stress, increase positivity and extends a challenge to make a positive change in your life.
In this presentation called "How to Use Simple Surveys to Improve and Grow Your Business," e4e partner Tom Ruwitch explains how to grow your business through the use of customer surveys. He discusses how they can increase customer engagement, help close sales and maximize the lifetime value of current customers.
In this presentation called "Improv's Everyday Uses," e4e partner Dale Furtwengler discusses the professional and personal benefits of improvisation exercises. He leads volunteers through some of his favorite exercises and shows how they can be used to develop listening skills, creativity and team cohesion.
In this presentation called "Business Is Growing - When Do I Hire?," e4e partner Lori St. Clair talks about the mental obstacles of hiring new people and the benefits of overcoming those obstacles. She explains the importance of knowing your professional priorities, knowing when to hire and understanding a new employee as an investment.
In this presentation called "Are You Living Your Best Story?," e4e partners Bill Prenatt & Glenda Woolley discuss the personal and professional benefits of "intentional living". The discussion is designed to help develop the motivated self-awareness and positive mindset necessary for living your best life.
In this presentation called "The Power of Strategic Alliances," e4e partner Lisa Oxenhandler heads a discussion that offers advice on finding the best strategic business partners. Understanding core criteria for prospective partners, properly communicating with partners and finding partners who align with your business's values are all topics that are covered.
In this presentation called "5 Points of Wellness," e4e partner Dr. Dan Fazio explains some of the core principles of leading a healthy and fulfilling life. He distills the concepts into five key points and weighs the importance each.
In this presentation called "How to Use a Microphone Like a Pro," e4e partner Steve Gamache explains how to use a microphone to enhance professional presentations. He discusses the do's and do not's of using a microphone and offers tips on microphone positioning, speaking and volume control.
In this presentation called "Navigating the Changing Landscape of Social Media," Karen Fox discusses the value of social media for businesses in connecting with clients and customers. She explains the importance of developing a media strategy, the changing trends in social media and the advantages of different social platforms.
Led by e4e partner Dale Furtwengler, the "Contrarian Panel" explored this question: "Why is it that we still feel the pressure of time." The panel and audience had a lively discussion, captured in this video...
In this presentation called "Get More From Your Networking," e4e partner Mark Brimer discusses rules of networking and how to conduct one's self at an event. He introduces core principles as well as common etiquette that can help professionals network efficiently and effectively to grow their business.
In this presentation called "Do You Know Who You Are Working With?" e4e partner Ann Prenatt explains the importance of professional relationships and how they relate to success. She introduces three core principles of building positive relationships between coworkers and business partners.
In this presentation, culture change expert Judy Ryan presents on the transformation process for fostering free and contributing human beings. She offers key points that may challenge the status quo and offer a new perspective for supporting greatness in self and others.
In "Destination: Simplicity," e4e partner Dale Furtwengler describes a two step process for breaking down seemingly complex problems. His presentation will teach you how to quickly discover the heart of the issues you face.
In "Corporate to Entrepreneur," e4e partner James Canada outlines seven essential tools for entrepreneurs wanting to grow their business.
In this presentation called "Using the Phone to Connect with New Business Leads," e4e partner John Eyres describes three core principles of successful telemarketing and teleprospecting. His presentation teaches you how to build and use multiple calling lists, how to develop a winning script and how to make yourself a better caller.
Led by e4e partner Dale Furtwengler, the "Contrarian Panel" explored this question: "What do contentment and desire have in common?" The panel and audience had a lively discussion, captured in this video...
In "How to Use Email Marketing to Close More Sales, " Tom Ruwitch reveals why email remains essential for marketers, how to increase sales using email and how to save time and money by automating marketing processes.
In this presentation called "Conquering the Challenges," e4e partner Cathy Sexton share's some of the personal challenges she has faced and how she has manged to overcome them to manage her business and life. The key is your mindset.