Build Your Own Job
The Center believes in the "entrepreneurial spirit" but also
knows that business coaching and training is essential for
long-term success. The mission of the seminars is to inspire
and foster economic growth throughout the local community.
That's why we founded the "Build Your Own Job" seminar
series. Here is a schedule of our upcoming seminars:
September 22, 2011 - Understanding
DESCRIPTION OF SEMINAR: Start-up businesses and existing
business owners are responsible for knowing the applicable laws and
complying with them. Ignorance of the law is not acceptable.
Penalties for non-compliance can be a strain on an already tight
budget. This seminar will explore the relevant laws for small
businesses and the resources that business owners can utilize for
guidance in current and future compliance.
October 20, 2011 - Establishing Business
DESCRIPTION OF SEMINAR: Proper business
communications can enhance the potential for a successful business
venture. Many problems in the workplace are the result of poor
communications. This seminar will present proven communication
processes that are easily adaptable to any workplace. Verbal,
written, and electronic communications will be covered.
November 17, 2011 - Accounting Practices
DESCRIPTION OF SEMINAR: Accounting has been called
"the language of business". Business owners must understand
basic accounting principles and be able to analyze the business
spreadsheets and reports that reflect the financial activity of the
business. The business adage that says "you have to be able to
quantify it before you can manage it" is true. Business owners must
also be aware of the various accounting computer programs that are
available for their use. This seminar will explore the different
types of accounting and affiliated computer programs.
If you would like to attend any of our seminars you can register
with Linda Grider at (270) 384-7385 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seminars will be held at 11:00 a.m. CT at the Roberta D. Cranmer
Dining and Conference Center on the Lindsey Wilson Campus.
All seminars are free to the public and include a complimentary
dinner. Certificates will be awarded to participants at the
completion of the seminar. Venue and time is subject to
change based on availability and number of participants.