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Why your continuing education program needs a 1-year business plan

Wed, Jul 31,2013 @ 08:21 AM
by Kathryn Lynch-Morin |

Greg Marsello shares why your continuing education program needs a 1-year business planThe most critical plan your continuing education organization needs is a one-year business plan.

Greg Marsello, Vice President of Organizational Development and co-founder of LERN, has helped continuing education programs across the country develop successful one-year business plans, marketing plans and program evaluations. 

Marsello will present an exciting new session at the LERN Conference, Nov. 21-23 in San Francisco on creating a one-year business plan for your continuing education organization. 

With more than 20 years in the business of continuing education, Marsello is an author of many publications on the subject, and gives frequent seminars and consultations on marketing, management and program development. He also founded Learning Connection in 1980 in Providence, Rhode Island. About 15,000 people register with the organization ever year, making it one of the largest providers of avocational and leisure learning in North America.

If you attend his session at the LERN Conference, you'll learn how to develop your program's one-year business plan in as little as one day, and the seven key components and techniques for efficiently getting your plan developed. 

Download the final  2013 LERN Annual Conference brochure

 
 
 

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