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Hot Topics Workshops

Participate in discussing timely and pertinent issues that affect your company and other companies in the community. Hear the facts from relevant experts, then take action and make change.

Business Renewal Series


SESSION THREE: Are You Running a Valuable Business?
Friday, November 7, 2014
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Walsh College Novi Campus

The ultimate test of value for your business can be found in a simple question: Would someone want to buy your company?
Whether you want to sell next year, a decade from now, or pass the business on to family, you need to build a valuable asset for the future. This session will provide everything you need to know about increasing the value of your company so that you have options. The Sellability Score is an interactive tool offering a comprehensive assessment of the “sellability” of your business. Once you register, you'll receive a link to the Sellability questionnaire. At the workshop, you'll get an overall Sellability Score out of 100;  along with your score on the eight key drivers of Sellability, which are statistically proven to increase the value of your company. Each participant will get a copy of their personal 26-page Business Sellability Report. You may not be considering selling your business at this point, but you should make sure you are creating and growing a sellable business...don't miss this informative session! Presented by Dr. Kathryn Baker and Emily Bauman from AdviCoach of Michigan

This session is free to attend, however registration is required.

1% Vision and 99% Alignment: Strategic Planning that Works!
Coming in December

The One Page Strategic Plan creates a unique framework that everything else is built upon, providing a common language so your entire team is clear on priorities. The One Page Plan creates alignment, keeping everyone focused on the most important initiatives. By leveraging the plan you will be able to:
• Increase your ability to execute the right strategies
• Edit your vision and strategy down to a single, action-oriented page
• Get organized with (3) planning horizons: 3-5 years, 1-year and the current quarter
• Align all employees around the most important priorities
• Use the plan monthly, quarterly and annually to get all employees focused on the right things to drive organizational growth.

The Gift of Employee Training

A Walsh College Business Briefing and The Detroit Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners Circle of Learning

November 18, 2014
8:30 – 10:30 am
Includes Continental Breakfast
Walsh College Novi Campus
41500 Gardenbrook Road

A Gallup poll reveals that the biggest reason people are unhappy in their jobs is because they don’t have an opportunity for personal or professional development. Professional and personal development are essential for a great career. Part of Tara Miceli’s job as director of the Walsh Institute includes designing corporate training programs and sessions for companies of all sizes. Whether it’s leadership, management, finance or communications, more training leads to more business – and more satisfaction at work. Happier employees are more productive and a cohesive team makes for overall business success. Join us on November 18 at 8 a.m. when Tara discusses about how adequate, exciting and in-depth corporate training is the best way to get the most from your career. Presented by Tara Miceli, Director, Walsh Institute (A Division of Walsh College)

NAWBO and Walsh Leadership Center members free
$15 for all others


Walsh Fifth Annual HR Summit




   Contact us:

   Tara Miceli

   Jan Hubbard

   Cindy Rush