Roslindale, MA (PRWEB) April 29, 2010
As the recession continues and the wedding season starts, PositivelyWed.com (http://PositivelyWed.com) launches as the first conflict management training firm devoted to helping wedding professionals communicate and problem-solve with grace, power and confidence. Now, wedding vendors can enjoy a private resource designed to educate them to skillfully face the drama and emotional stress of wedding planing. The introduction of this service couldn't be timelier, as more and more couples are DIY or have budget constraints that lead to awkward, difficult situations.
Founder and former Ombudsman, Dina Eisenberg, says she's excited to bring more joy back to one of the happiest professions: "Often wedding professionals get into the wedding business because they have a passion for weddings or had a wonderful planning experience themselves, but they sometimes lack the communications and problem-solving skills needed to succeed. As a fellow woman entrepreneur, I felt a compelling kinship and created PositivelyWed.com to provide that essential support."
The articles featured on the Positively Wed Blog, our free monthly Brideability Summits, and our digital products (http://positivelywed.com/our-store) are all designed to help wedding vendors deal with conflicted issues- from learning Twitter to setting powerful expectations with a 'Bridezilla' to working with difficult colleagues- more skillfully and with less guilt. "You don't need to be aggressive or negative" , says Ms. Eisenberg whose conflict work has been featured in Entrepreneur magazine," and you should never be a doormat. Once you understand the skills, you can become fearless in your business."
Targeted towards any wedding vendor, but not brides, PositivelyWed is planning to launch its signature program, The Seven Conversations Every Wedding Pro Must Master to Thrive, and an online community later this year. Any savvy wedding business owner who wants to a happier, more profitable wedding business, will benefit from these unique services.
To see the schedule of free Brideability Summits, visit http://positivelywed.com/2010-summit-schedule/