Weston Technology Solutions, a computer services and computer consulting company, along with Central Oregon Community College, are helping to host a seminar that will showcase changing mindsets can alter success in today’s challenging economy. Survive Thrive or Flourish; Tools for a Prosperous Business will be presented Friday, March 13, 2009, at Central Oregon Community College’s Hitchcock Auditorium. Keynote speaker Nigel Henry, president and founder of Mastery Unleashed™, will highlight how accomplishing Better-Faster-Cheaper is attainable in today’s marketplace while still experiencing the “WOW” factor in business.
Mastery Unleashed™ believes that we are capable of mastery in both our business and personal lives. Through systematic methods clients can commit to fulfilling their lives’ purpose, attracting superior talent and resources, increasing efficiency through doing more with less, and increasing free time. Services are designed to empower the business owner, leader or change agent to operate with clarity, freedom, influence, leverage, commitment and greatness.
Attendees will learn about professional resources and updated technologies their company can leverage for profit, performance, and sustainability. Breakout sessions will include
- live demonstrations of how to use the Mastery Performance System,
- ten key productivity features in Office 2007,
- how to obtain the freedom to work anywhere at anytime,
- accomplishing more with less,
- building a sustainable business, and
- customer relationship management (CRM).
Friday morning’s event at COCC’s Hitchcock Auditorium will feature a continental breakfast included with the $39 registration fee, as well as door prizes provided by Microsoft and Verizon.
More information about the event and how to register can be found on COCC’s Community Learning website, http://noncredit.cocc.edu/Small+Business/bizconf, or by calling 383-7270. Space is limited for this event, so early registration is encouraged.
Nigel Henry will also appear on COTV’s Good Morning Central Oregon Thursday, March 12th, 2009, to discuss Survive Thrive or Flourish.
Persons who need accommodation or transportation for College events because of a physical or mobility disability, should contact ADA Coordinator Gene Zinkgraf, 383-7775, in advance of the event. Persons who need accommodation for College events because of other disability such as hearing impairment, should contact Anne Walker, 383-7743, in advance of the event.