The goal is to have attendees leave the workshop with their new systems in-hand, ready for implementation when they return to their salon/spa.
Centerbrook, CT (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
Strategies, a leading national business management training and coaching company for salons and spas has announced the launch of their “Workshop Series” of events. The series will kick off on March 2-3, 2014 with the “Organizational Charts & Job Descriptions Workshop” at the Strategies Business Academy in Centerbrook, CT.
“The past few years, we’ve received a lot of feedback from our Salon/Spa Game-Planning Retreat attendees asking for similar events where the activities are more hands-on”, says Strategies Vice president, Eric Ducoff. “With the new Strategies Workshops,” continues Ducoff, “our main objective was to build an interactive learning series where attendees will learn and then build systems to support some very targeted areas of salon/spa business management. The goal is to have them leave the workshop with their new systems in-hand, ready for implementation when they return to their salon/spa.
Strategies will also be debuting a “Scripting Workshop” on June 8-9, 2014. Additional workshop titles will be announced throughout 2014.
To register for the March 2-3, 2014 “Organizational Charts & Job Descriptions Workshop, Strategies suggests visiting strategies.com/seminars, or calling 800-417-4848 ext. 202.
Founded in 1993 by Neil Ducoff, a leading business education expert and author, Strategies' seminars, consulting and coaching services have helped thousands of salons, spas and medspas increase their levels of productivity, profitability and efficiency. The company offers one of the most expansive business education portfolios in the professional beauty industry, including the Incubator Seminar, Salon/Spa Game-Planning Retreat, Front Desk/Call Center Training, Salon/Spa Manager Course, hands-on workshops, Webinars and more. Certified Strategies Coaches throughout the country provide individualized on-site seminars and phone coaching. For further information or to sign up for Neil’s Ducoff’s weekly email column, visit http://www.strategies.com.