Free webinar: The LERN One-Year Business Plan

Fri, Nov 07,2014 @ 08:00 AM
by Kathryn Will |

Winning lifelong learning organizations plan. Lean on LERN and discover how to build your One-Year Business LERN's One-Year Business PlanPlan – a critical tool for successfully operating your lifelong learning organization.

Successful lifelong learning organizations are starting to work on their FY15/16 One-Year Business Plan and LERN’s Model is designed specifically for lifelong learning organizations. In the 21st Century, competition is greater than ever. If you want to make your lifelong learning organization the most efficient and effective it can be, LERN’s One-Year Business Plan is the answer.

The free One-Year Business Plan webinar begins at 2 p.m. ET, 1 p.m. CT, on Monday, Dec. 15. 

Click here to register for this free webinar today!

Your presenter, Greg Marsello, is LERN's Vice President for Organizational Development and he is an authority on operating lifelong learning organizations. He has taught the One-Year Business Plan Model to more than 100 LERN Member organizations.

For more than 40 years, successful continuing, community and corporate education programs have leaned on LERN to provide specific how-to recommendations to significantly improve programming, marketing, operations and sales efforts. The One-Year Business Plan Model is a tool for guiding your organization in implementing LERN’s best practices.

During the webinar, Marsello will also explain how LERN has guided lifelong learning organizations in the building of their One-Year Business Plans and how LERN can help you successfully build an implement LERN’s One-Year Business Plan.

In just 60 minutes you will have a practical One-Year Business Plan Model and strategies for successfully building and implementing your plan!

Register now! 



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